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As OT data evolves and moves towards IT, can it stand its ground beyond the safety of its own factory?
In this article, we included three case studies so you can gain a better understanding of how TSN is helping industrial automation speed up digital transformation.
Visualizing a substation network that monitors legacy devices in modern systems is challenging. Get visibility easily with our IEC 61850 MMS solutions.
This article will explore two of the most common security architectures used nowadays and share some tips to help industrial organizations implement them in unique OT environments.
Use these expert tips to overcome the three major challenges that stand between your legacy devices and modern systems.
Network security is imperative for digital substations. Learn how to develop secure communication between your legacy devices and IEC 61850 networks.
In this article, we provide three perspectives for you to consider to help you overcome challenges and navigate your way through the cybersecurity jungle.
Moxa offers securing network devices with the IEC 62443-4-2 standard to ensure the cybersecurity.
Maximizing CNC machines uptime requires smooth communication between your DNC/MDC software and CNC machines. Consider these connectivity tips.
Cybersecurity is like a puzzle composed of different pieces and we need to consider some practical tips by different industry experts to help organizations start their cybersecurity journey.
Optimizing operational efficiency for your production lines requires reliable connectivity and solid network planning. Consider these suggestions.
Optimizing your energy usage in buildings requires constant power monitoring. Read this article and find out how you can develop reliable connectivity for remote power monitoring systems.
Taking a defense-in-depth approach to network construction and choosing secure-by-design solutions from trusted vendors can help simplify the ICS cybersecurity decision-making process.
Are you asking the right questions about OT cybersecurity? To build a strong OT cybersecurity foundation, ask the questions that really matter.
To maximize the capabilities of AMH systems, smooth wireless communication is the key. Find out how you can develop a reliable wireless network.
In this article, we will share the best practices to safeguard the critical infrastructure–the energy storage system for the renewable energy sector.
In this article, we offer several tips to help you take control of the invisible Wi-Fi networks of your AMH systems, enabling you to maximize system uptime and make your business more competitive.
Remote monitoring systems allow you to visualize HVAC equipment for optimized efficiency. Learn how to develop a hassle-free connectivity solution.
Monitoring the status of your power consumption relies on a stable connection. Learn how to develop reliable connectivity with practical tips.
With OT data’s shift from monitoring the present to optimizing the future, stable data no longer suffices. Find out how you can achieve quality data.
This article discusses the defense-in-depth concept that allows businesses to leverage the existing network infrastructure and investment to build the first line of the network defense.
Reducing sudden power outages relies on constant monitoring. Follow these three tips to develop reliable communication for power quality monitoring.
Fearful of failing on takeoff? Find out how three types of OT data traps can impact the success of your industrial digital transformation.
Today’s ATMSs are more efficient and robust. Before revamping your existing traffic management systems, first address these three connectivity concerns.
Moxa, together with CONNECTA-2 and Safe4RAIL-2 consortium partners, are developing Next-gen Train Communication Networks to achieve true interoperability between trains from different manufacturers.
Data is just data, right? The truth is your OT data has become far more valuable. Find out how OT data is carrying the key elements of success in your DX.
We will start by looking at how to enhance network visibility when performing configurations, operations, as well as how to respond to incidents and maintain the security of your network.
Here are a few deployment tips to enhance connectivity for road weather information systems.
To connect unconnected legacy systems, several steps can be taken to enhance connectivity security and reduce security concerns for your OT/IT integration projects.
In this article, we discuss three key considerations when enabling reliable connectivity for an ETC system.
By adapting to the digital transformation, OT networks is becoming more complex. Learn how you can leverage remote network management without worrying about cybersecurity.
Check the following things to help you make the right investments on realizing applications for TSN.
In this article, we take a closer look at how new technologies are shaping the role of industrial connectivity and networking solutions in your IIoT applications.
This article outlines four steps OT operators can take to better protect OT networks from cyberattacks and enhance operational resilience.
Take these three considerations into account to get your industrial networks IIoT-ready for the future.
It's now more important than ever to ensure access to basic life necessities. See how remote services usher in a new era for the manufacturing industry to sustain our daily needs.
How do you protect your business and assets from cyberthreats while keeping industrial operations up and running? Read this article and consider three key criteria.
The IIoT has become a key technology for the success of most businesses. Find out what’s the best solution for machine-to-cloud connectivity.
When people work remotely, focusing on the cybersecurity measures in a factory is simply not enough. Read the article for a smarter approach to your cybersecurity.
Can your WLAN devices ensure data transmission over Wi-Fi networks and still meet your expectations? Key criteria for choosing industrial WLAN devices and suggestions for common concerns.
See how a large metropolitan railway put AIoT to work for faster and accurate fault detection with Moxa V2406C Series EN 50155 edge computers.
When building smart factories, OT and IT integration is paramount. TSN is the key to achieving this convergence. This article explores the requirements of TSN solutions for smart manufacturing.
The growing scale and diversity of industrial networks poses big challenges. Here is one solution that helps you easily handle network versatility.
Explore some of the key factors machine OEMs and system integrators should be aware of when building robust AGVs and AS/RS systems.
85% of companies are unable to achieve successful deployments. IT/OT convergence is a big obstacle. Overcome these three major challenges to achieve IT/OT convergence.
To satisfy increasing complex network requirements, unmanaged switches need additional features. Three key criteria to help you choose which unmanaged switches best suit your IIoT applications.
Cybersecurity requires a holistic and comprehensive solution that can help protection customers' network infrastructure both horizontally and vertically.
An abundance of solar energy can be a boon as well as a bane. New solutions are enabling grid and plant operators efficiently manage power resources to balance production with demand.
Keep these three expert tips in mind when selecting device connectivity solutions to meet the demanding requirements of your large-scale and highly distributed IIoT applications.
Learn how you can ensure your edge computing platform meets your industrial AIoT requirements.
IIoT connectivity is constantly changing, which can lead to more complexity, higher costs, and inefficiency in the various stages of your industrial network’s lifecycle.
Floating solar panels on water bodies free up valuable land. However, they can increase maintenance costs. Let’s see how IIoT-powered floating solar plants can be an answer.
Although modular I/O devices may not be the newest solution on the market today, the flexibility they enable continues to raise our expectations for how to acquire remote data from every node.
The public and private sectors have put in a great deal of effort on shoring up industrial cybersecurity while maintaining operational continuity.
There are still places that do not have reliable access to electricity. But with the rise of IIoT technologies, reliable and affordable clean energy is becoming a reality for rural villages.
Three essential factors to consider for sustaining manufacturing operations when distancing becomes the new normal.
The COVID-19 pandemic exposed a fatal flaw in traditional linear supply chains. A supply network allows COOs to adjust their business operations swiftly when an anomaly occurs.
New business models like Machine-as-a-Service rely on secure remote access. Cloud-based IIoT solutions are making it easy for companies to quickly scale-up and tap into this new opportunity.
The digitalization of a factory offers more than automation, it also reveals a wealth of data that can greatly improve production efficiencies.
IIoT gateways with cellular connectivity are helping utility companies to better monitor and manage their facilities.
Smooth data communication between legacy devices and modern systems relies on protocol conversion. Three key criteria to help you choose a protocol gateway that offers the maximum benefit.
Disruptive technologies are making mainstream renewable energy a reality.
Let’s look at four industrial-automation scenarios to understand how businesses are digitally transforming themselves to keep ahead of the game.
To help ensure industrial control systems have appropriate cyber protection, there are many configurations that need to be understood and implemented.
There is no need to say goodbye to your loyal legacy devices in order to transform your existing system into a modern IIoT application. Read our article and find a better solution.
Unmanned sites are on the rise. The essential first step however is not to cut human labor but strengthen the often-overlooked critical component—the wireless network.
The global slowdown due to the pandemic will inevitably affect renewable energy. Will this “new normal” affect the future of the industry? Let us look at the facts.
In this article, we point out what you need to verify before you decide whether it is necessary to store your data in cloud systems.
We will take a closer look at the challenges business owners face when expanding their edge networks and recommend strategies in three applications.
Proactively protect your network and edge devices with an industrial IPS that blocks harmful traffic and provides granular access control.
Cloud-based remote connections can provide easy, secure, and flexible remote access to customers’ machines and equipment. Read on to learn more.
Industrial networks are not immune to cyberattacks. Learn how to identify and mitigate system vulnerabilities before malicious actors can exploit your weaknesses.
Time-sensitive networking is set to become the next stage in the evolution of standard Ethernet technology by introducing deterministic data transmission, higher reliability, and enhanced security.
Companies don't need to overcomplicate things when they want to ramp up their cybersecurity. Routine cyberhygiene practices can help you spot issues in the early stages.
TSN technologies offer a scalable and predictable approach to deterministic networking over standard Ethernet, and it requires interoperability for a successful network infrastructure.
Time-sensitive networking is revolutionizing smart manufacturing by using various standards such as Time-sensitive Networking (TSN) Task Grouup of the IEEE 802.1 Working Group.
Collecting data from field devices is crucial for the success of any Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) application. Read on to discover how to enable connectivity effortlessly.
Moxa addresses the onboard solutions to increase operational efficiency, reduce costs, improve service quality, and improve customer satisfaction.
Moxa highlights the challenges that needs to be overcome to make the operating data of these machines more visible.
Key factors for creating a reliable cybersecurity in the rail industry
Take a closer look at the pain points and discuss a solution that will solve the challenges for I/O reconfiguration.
Moxa addresses how to construct a reliable wireless architecture for mining equipments.
Moxa explains how to improve the operational efficiency for the digitization of engine control system.
Moxa explains how Edge Intelligent helps Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) systems process data instantaneously, and reduces costs.
Moxa provides a reliable solution for making legacy IEDs more visible for SCADA in substations.
To ensure network downtime is kept to an absolute minimum, redundancy technologies can be utilized to protect networks against transmission failures.
There are five key points for implementing secure remote access in the industrial environments.
Moxa offers the key points of how system integrators of port automation systems need to fulfill challenging requirements for building a reliable crane OCR system.
Moxa highlights the key points to speed up SCADA with 10x faster Modbus data acquisition.
Three important system requirements to ensure a reliable integration between machines and operators.
Four factors should be considered for the industrial PoE and IP surveillance system integration.
Moxa addresses the key distinctions between the cloud and the fog computing models and discuss which computing model is more suitable for your IoT applications.
Moxa helps engineers reduce time and effort on the configuration and maintenance of devices.
Moxa offers an easy solution for engineers to run Modbus-RTU-to-Modbus-TCP conversions in 60 Seconds.
Moxa offers a solution to the rescue of system integrators (SIs) by providing seamless protocol conversion, and subsequently allowing manufacturers to reap the benefits of a smart factory.
IP-based CCTV systems are the defining factor in the success of modern train surveillance systems, and it requires reliable NVV computing platforms for railway system operational efficiency.
Moxa provides five cybersecurity technologies that help provide secure remote access for industrial applications.
Moxa's solution helps getting IT engineers up to speed in the OT world.
The three factors that constitute OEE—factories can now take advantage of a number of connectivity solutions to capture valuable data in order to boost production.
Moxa explains two alternatives to the cloud computing model—fog computing and edge computing, and discuss why companies are investing in solutions based on these models.
Moxa highlights the critical features of reliable wireless solutions for automatic material handling systems (AMH) in factories.
Moxa highlights three questions that network operators need to answer when managing the security of industrial networks.
Moxa discusses four techniques that you can use to plan and deploy a Wi-Fi network that can cater to the demanding communication needs of your industrial operations.
Moxa addresses briefly to consider three aspects that many cybersecurity experts believe system operators need to address in order to ramp up the security of IACS networks.
Moxa highlights new technology that saves time and money configuring Modbus gateways.
Moxa addresses five tips to deploy wireless networks for AS/RS and AGV systems.
Moxa offers new-age industrial computing solutions drive efficiency in smart factories.
Moxa's solution helps enable full-fledged protocol interoperability in Your smart factory.
Moxa highlight the success story of a forklift manufacturer in Italy to provide real-time on-site monitoring capabilities to customers, and ensuring safe and efficient operation of the forklifts.
Moxa addresses five points to consider when connecting and monitoring an engine via a gateway.
Moxa’s technologies are extremely beneficial because they help avoid downtime and allow data to be continually passed along the network even when there is an interruption.
Moxa addressed five reasons why you should consider moving your IIoT platform to the cloud.
Three success stories to illustrate how Moxa has assisted oilfield service companies to overcome their challenges and achieve higher efficiency while lowering the total cost of ownership.
Moxa addresses four IoT enablement steps that are helping plant operation managers tackle the challenges of connecting devices and making factories smarter.
Delivering a safe and smooth elevator experience is the most critical goal for the elevator industry.
Moxa emphasizes three features that are important when implementing complex serial-to-Ethernet applications.
All data centers require the same essential IT, power, cooling, fire protection and access control elements.
Moxa lists some key hardware and software advantages of industrial computing platforms over development-board based solutions.
Moxa addresses a success story in China provides a good example of how to deploy robust wireless networks where space is limited and extreme temperatures are the norm.
Moxa provides four major considerations to help you build a secure, robust industrial network.
Moxa offers the additional benefits that LTE cellular technology can bring to your IIoT applications and explain these benefits using a case study.
Moxa provides the solution to overcome the interoperability issue by using gateways that easily convert Modbus TCP to Modbus RTU, and vice versa, are the most cost-effective solution.
A new trend is forcing asset owners to consider how to enhance their security status to mitigate risks that can compromise the operational availability of their systems.
Moxa provides best practices, tips, and solution for helping lower the TCO of industrial IoT networks.
Cellular networks have emerged as key components of today’s Industrial IoT (IIoT) networks, especially when it comes to long-distance communication with IIoT endpoints.
Moxa introduces how to get the best out of the IIoT with predictive maintenance.
The amount of data involved is expanding at an ever-increasing rate means that today’s SCADA systems must manage thousands of times more data than traditional SCADA systems from a decade or two ago.
Moxa introduces a new new solution to help the large number of substations fitted with legacy devices to migrate to Parallel Redundancy Protocol and High-availability Seamless Redundancy networks.
Moxa offers intelligent IIoT gateway solutions for the future of data processing.
Three feasible strategies for ensuring that factory automation networks provide reliable, nonstop connectivity.
Moxa offers a reliable solution to simplify long-distance networking with industrial Ethernet extenders.
Moxa provides eight useful tips to help industrial-wireless users identify and fix problems in their network infrastructure.
Moxa gives you hands-on advice to easily navigate your first step towards Industrial IoT field connectivity.
There are three main factors to consider when developing a smart oil field: safety, legacy system modernization, and real-time data processing.
Moxa identifies five common concerns that engineers typically experience when they are deploying their industrial networks.
Moxa's retrofit project might just be the perfect tool to revitalize your substation and provide wide-ranging benefits.
Moxa helps you architect your systems to get the most out of your Modbus devices.
To keep up, you may want to consider one of this year's IoT conferences.
Moxa’s MGate gateways enable protocol conversions between SCADA/PLC and devices with different protocols.
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