Webinar: Deploying Ignition with Moxa IIoT Gateways
Harness the True Power of Edge Computing.
Moxa is teaming up with Inductive Automation for an important webinar on Deploying Ignition with Moxa IIoT Gateways.
Webinar Date: Thursday, May 2, 2019
Webinar Time: 10:00 a.m - 11:00 a.m (PST)
By attending this webinar you'll learn:
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Looking to connect your legacy devices such as sensors, VFDs, and stack lights to a network? Moxa has you covered with a complete line-up of NPort Serial to Ethernet Device Servers, ioLogik remote I/O gateways, and MGate industrial protocol converters. And, for a limited time, take advantage of a 15% discount!
* Offer expires July 31, 2019. Qualifying models are limited to NPort5110, NPort5150, NPort5150A, NPort5150A-T, MGate MB3170, MGate MB3270, MGate 5105-MB-EIP, ioLogik E1242, ioLogik E1210. Maximum quantity limit of 10 units per order.
Innovative Modular Design
Intelligently Designed Over the years, the IDEC FL1F SmartRelay has proven to be a reliable and dependable controller for many control applications requiring limited I/O. Along with its universal voltage, built-in analog inputs, 10 Amp relay outputs and web server functions, we’ve enhanced it with more features suited for today’s demanding IIoT environments, now and into the future. Controls system will be even smarter and more efficient with these new FL1F SmartRelay features!
Bridge industrial Ethernet or serial cables over Bluetooth® or WLAN
The Anybus Wireless Bridge supports up to 400 meters of reliable wireless communication and can communicate via both Bluetooth or WLAN. It is ideal for replacing Ethernet cabling in hard-to-reach or hazardous locations.
Advantech is transforming from a hardware provider to a service provider and we are actively engaged in Co-Creating domain focused solutions with partners from various
Traditional factories have long been an information silo with fewer cybersecurity concerns than enterprise networks, which typically have numerous external access points. Nowadays, smart factories involve mass-customization and cloud services, which requires IT and OT to be integrated by connections to sensors, machines, and production lines. Through technology, smart factories can consolidate data, making the ICS (Industrial Control System) network in these factories more vulnerable to the external and internal threats such as hacking, malicious attacks, or even malpractice by employees.
To address these issues, the top priority when enabling cybersecurity is to allow only necessary traffic on mission-critical networks. In other words, you need to create a “clean” network environment to protect smart machines, production lines and ultimately your entire factory. This level of protection is achieved with industrial firewalls and other industrial networking devices that comply with the IEC 62443 industrial security standard. IEC 62443 defines guidelines for different parts of a network and those who perform different responsibilities on the network.
Tailor-Made Wi-Fi Solutions That You Can Build Into Machines