Upverter has upgraded its cloud-based printed circuit board design application and included an enhanced version of its so-called “Concierge”.
The PCB market is growing worldwide as more people take to designing and building their own machines using open-source hardware components.
Upverter, which was launched several years ago, has added something it calls “EE Concierge”, or Electrical Engineering Concierge Service, which essentially helps you to use the company’s application. Continue reading Upverter upgrades its printed circuit board design application
Cloud-based automation software can make BYOD a secure and practical option for businesses. This kind of capability offers a tempting possibility for many businesses, as Howard Williams, marketing director of digital engagement specialist Parker Software, explains
It might seem like they’ve been around forever, but smartphones have only been ubiquitous for the past five years.
Before that, devices such as Handspring’s innovative Palm Treo series (pictured above) were too far ahead of their time to take off.
The same rings true for bring your own device (BYOD), a concept that has existed for years but is only now able to be securely realised. Continue reading Bewildered by BYOD? Confused by cloud? Here’s a simple introduction
Honeywell says its new cloud-based IIoT service helps increase plant utilization and performance and avoid production interruptions
Honeywell UOP has launched a new software-based service designed to allow refiners and petrochemical and gas processing plants to improve performance.
Honeywell UOP’s new Connected Performance Services (CPS) business leverages the Industrial Internet of Things to tap Honeywell’s deep process knowledge, design expertise, and understanding of catalysis with next-generation software platforms from Honeywell Process Solutions, the leading provider of software-based solutions for the process industries.
Zak Alzein, vice president for CPS, says: “This cloud-enabled service makes plants smarter and more responsive.
“Problems that caused plants to be less efficient or less productive and that went undetected for weeks or months now can be resolved quickly and proactively, and decisions that used to take days now can be made in hours. For many plants, the avoidance of downtime and suboptimal performance, and better agility, can be worth millions of dollars per year.” Continue reading Honeywell launches industrial internet of things service to ‘improve plant performance’