Red Lion Controls debuts new generation of human-machine interfaces with new software

Red Lion Controls, a global expert in communication, monitoring, and control for industrial automation and networking, announced the CR1000 and CR3000, its newest generation of human machine interfaces (HMIs). Both products employ new Crimson 3.1 software to provide more engaging interfaces with advanced design capabilities in addition to protocol conversion, data logging and web server for

Duke Energy partners with Sentient Science to reduce maintenance costs of wind assets

Duke Energy Renewables and Sentient Science have partnered in a digitalization strategy to continue to safely manage and reduce the cost of maintaining Duke Energy’s wind turbines. Duke Energy Renewables owns or manages 4,000 MW of wind assets and has realized tremendous savings by shifting to in-house operations and maintenance (O&M) over the past few years.

Nonmetalic electrical enclosures sport over 30 configurations & thermal accessories

AttaBox offers a wide-ranging selection of non-metallic enclosures, featuring 10 full product lines encompassing over 800 parts numbers and over 30 configurations along with complementary thermal and standard accessories.

Myths and facts about condition-monitoring systems for wind turbines

Unscheduled maintenance and turbine downtime are costly issues in the wind industry. Condition-monitoring systems (CMS) offer one answer to help detect component damage or failures before they become serious problems. In this WindTalk podcast, CMS Wind President David Clark discusses three basic approaches to CMS. He also deciphers facts from some common CMS myths to

Siemens and PAS Global partner to provide monitoring and cybersecurity for industrial control systems

Siemens and PAS Global, a provider of industrial control system (ICS) cybersecurity solutions, announced an agreement to provide fleet-wide, real-time monitoring for ICSs. By leveraging the unique capabilities of both companies, this partnership will provide customers with a couple benefits. The deep analytics required to identify and inventory proprietary assets; and  The visibility to detect and respond effectively to attacks

Measure, a drone service provider, expands services & opens new Illinois location

Measure, a U.S. provider of drone services for enterprise customers, announced its first franchise location with the grand opening of Measure Springfield in Illinois. The new office provides local, face-to-face service for businesses in Central Illinois that are interested in using aerial data collection to improve productivity, control costs, and increase workplace safety. Measure Springfield offers

Sharper Shape & SkySkopes successfully use drone to construct transmission line

Sharper Shape and SkySkopes, in cooperation with an investor owned utility, have developed an innovative and unique way to use unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for power-line construction. The mission used the Sharper A6 UAS to string sock lines for a 675-kV line construction project.     “This use-case highlights how UAS are a safe and effective option for many

Indegy selected as industrial IoT security solution of the year

Indegy, a provider of industrial cyber security, announced it was selected as the Overall IoT Security Solution of the Year in the 2017 CyberSecurity Breakthrough Awards. The company was selected from over 2,000 nominations for its ability to protect industrial networks from threats associated with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The complete list of

What risks does IoT and automation pose to SCADA legacy systems?

In a push towards renewable energy, companies are expected to meet State renewable energy targets before 2020, despite operating on out-dated legacy systems.

Three questions that network operators need to answer when managing the security of industrial networks

As the IIoT trend continues to be embraced with open arms by network operators, more and more of these ICS networks are converging with other networks.