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Top 5 Blog Posts of 2017

December 21, 2017 / by Titus Crabb

It's the holiday season, and it's time to take a few days to relax, reflect on the year, and gear up for a successful 2018. To satisfy your late-night craving for automation after the children are nestled all snug in their beds, we've rounded up our most popular blog posts from 2017. It may be a stretch to hope they bring you holiday cheer, but hopefully they will give you some ideas for 2018! 

 

5. When Big Data and Beer Collide: Bringing Efficiency to Craft Breweries With MES Software

As breweries grow, it’s common to experience problems in quality or profitability depending on methods used to increase production. Read how Vertech worked with Anchor Brewing to automate gathering data on production rates, waste, and downtime on a running line without interrupting production. 

 

4. Making Industrial Automation Successful

Modern manufacturing businesses continue to achieve ever higher levels of productivity through automation. This post covers a few things to keep in mind when evaluating the impact industrial automation can have on your business.

 

3. Integrating WinCC OA SCADA Software with Slack

Slack has become one of the most widely used collaboration tools in the world today. So why not integrate Slack with your industrial manufacturing plant software or SCADA system? Here's how to do it with the WinCC OA SCADA software from Siemens.

 

2. Building a Web Front-End for Ignition SCADA using React and the Web Dev Module

Web-based technology is becoming more prevalent in industrial applications as information technology and operational technology continue to converge. This blog post outlines a set of steps you can follow to build a web-based HMI using React with an Inductive Automation Ignition back end.

 

1. What Will SCADA Screens of the 2020's Look Like?

Take a trip down memory lane to see just how far we’ve come with SCADA system design. This evolution is paving the way for the next generation of SCADA systems that will keep your employees focused on the most important tasks while giving them the tools to facilitate new ideas for the company.

 

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Titus Crabb

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