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White Paper Innovation-Powered Manufacturing As disruptive technologies transform our world, the greatest risk is not innovating too quickly, but not innovating quickly enough. In the latest thought leadership from Inductive Automation, learn how new technologies are changing the manufacturing industry and how to unlock innovation.
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White Paper Smarter SCADA Alarming One afternoon at a waste water treatment facility, an alarm goes off when the water pressure gets too high in one of the tanks. The alarm is set at priority level 4, which means "critical," but it doesn't stand out because almost every other alarm at the facility is set at that level. Besides, the operator can't acknowledge it right away because he's dealing with several other ... Download Now »
White Paper The New Control System Integrator In this white paper, we've interviewed industry experts who discussed how modern advances in information technology have changed the role of integrators today. They've identified key skills and technologies integrators must embrace in order to keep up with the changing demands of the marketplace and thrive in the future. Download Now »
White Paper Making Your Old SCADA System New Again When it comes time to update, it's a prime opportunity to consider switching over to new software that offers improved functionality instead of dumping more money into just keeping your existing software up-to-date. Download Now »
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