a partir do dia 20 inicia-se um curso com 5 dias de duração, sobre soluções de conectividade para a internet industrial das coisas, oferecido pelo CEC – Continuing Education Center numa parceria entre o IEEE, o site de conteúdo Design News e patrocinado pela Digikey. Confira a resenha:
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) consists of components and systems that connect industrial equipment together and potentially link them to external systems. These are distributed systems that may span a great area inside an individual facility and may even connect to other facilities. In some cases, external systems are added to the mix to facilitate control and analysis of data. In this course, we will look at the communication components, and discuss how they are interconnected and architected.
- May 20 – Day 1 – IIoT Landscape – In this lecture we shall introduce the IIoT and how it is used. An understanding of the basic components in play will be given with an eye toward understanding how they may need to communicate and what those requirements might be
- May 21 – Day 2 – Wired Options – Interconnection between industrial components has long been accomplished using various wired technology solutions. Many of these are still in use and valuable today. In this lecture we will give an overview of those options, including their capabilities and applicability.
- May 22 – Day 3 – Wireless Options – As wireless technology has improved, the ability to use it in an industrial setting has presented itself. In addition, wireless technologies can be easier to install and maintain. We will look at the technologies in use and how they are adapted in industrial situations.
- May 23 – Day 4 – Architectures for Individual Plants – The traditional and main use for the IIoT was to connect devices within a single industrial plant or facility. As many of the facilities contain interconnected devices in large physical areas, it is important to plan the layout and architecture of the communications. These architectures must be flexible and amenable to growth and reconfiguration. In this class we will look at the ways in which that may be done.
- May 24 – Day 5 – Distributed Operations and External Connections – Many operations in modern industrial enterprises have multiple facilities, including warehousing and distribution sites. These will have many devices internally and will need to work together. This can be done by direct connection, or by integration with centralized computing resources, often including cloud computing and storage. The centralized systems will perform operations such as Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP) and analytics. Data transmitted between plants and central facilities can present many challenges. In this lecture we will discuss how these are met and how to implement them.
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