How Audits, Skills, Standards and Cybersecurity Build Solutions

March 28, 2024
Essential skills required for wireless, mobility, and edge computing technology implementation include knowledge of wireless technologies, cybersecurity protocols, compliance standards, system integration, project management and vendor-specific training.

Digitalization is facilitating the integration of wireless, mobility and edge computing technologies in various industries, particularly in manufacturing where automation and remote monitoring are becoming increasingly essential, partner publication Control reported.

Automation engineers would find interest in the utilization of sensor networks and the Industrial Internet of Things to enhance production processes while reducing the need for onsite personnel.

Key factors easing adoption include standardization of protocols, cost reductions for sensors, improved cybersecurity practices and increased availability of integrated solutions tailored for manufacturing.

Control shares these insights and more in this article.

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