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Cisco Connected Industries at Hannover Messe! Hannover, Germany, 8-12 April, 2013

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Internet of Things is a hot topic this year, and the HANNOVER MESSE 2013 show is no exception.  This year’s theme, “Integrated Industry” focuses on the growing integration of all areas of industry:  “Machines, industrial equipment, work pieces and system components will soon be capable of exchanging data in real-time.”Hannover Picture

Join Cisco at Hannover Messe 2013 !!  Our booth is located in Hall 8, Stand D14.  At last year’s Hannover Show Cisco launched The Connected Industry Group (CIG)  and this year we will showcase how our Cisco Industrial Smart Solution’s end-to end architecture, and ruggedized product portfolio enables the “Integrated Industry” by delivering value throughout the entire manufacturing value chain.

Our  industrial hardware will be on static display allowing customers to “touch and feel” all models of the Industrial Ethernet portfolio:  IE3000IE2000IE3010, C819AIR1552, ESR5915ESR5940819 M2M router. We will showcase how Power over Ethernet (PoE) for our IE 2k/3k switches and Network Address Translation for our IE2K switch will help drive the Internet of Things (IoT) in industrial applications.

Learn how the Cisco Industrial Smart Solution can provide the following operational network benefits:
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Welcome Guy Denis, Sales Development Manager, to the Manufacturing Industry Blog

June 4, 2012 at 10:31 pm PST

A very warm welcome to Guy Denis, Industry Business Development Manager, to the Manufacturing Industry Blog!

Guy Denis at Cisco Live UK.  Come visit the folks at Cisco Live US, San Diego June 2012

Guy is a Cisco Sales Business Development Manager focusing on Industrial, Manufacturing, Energy, Utilities, Mining and Transportation customers. He has a wealth of experience in those and related industries: he works in a global sales consultancy role at Cisco working closely with customers to deliver innovative industrial networking solutions.

He started his career with 6 years of Army Service (with the British Royal Engineers) getting acquainted with a wide range of engineering skills,  before moving into the IP world. His academic qualifications include electronics, software and telecoms, and he is a graduate of the prestigious Royal School of Military Engineering in the UK. Read More »

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The Mobile Industrial Worker: Control Engineering Magazine Cover Story by Cisco

May 3, 2012 at 1:22 pm PST

If you’re looking for some great insight and thought leadership from Cisco on the “Wireless Mobile Worker” and the mobile industrial worker, look no further than the March 2012 Issue of Control Engineering Magazine (available from April digitally -- click below).

The digital and print versions talk about the trends going on right now -- lack of expertise, reticence  of the ‘millennium generation’ to study subjects and gain skills that manufacturers need, and how all sorts of devices are coming onto the plant floor and carpeted areas to help workers do their jobs more efficiently. Read More »

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Welcome David Bell, Industry Solutions Consultant, to the Manufacturing Industry Blog

May 1, 2012 at 5:44 pm PST

A very warm welcome to David Bell, Industry Solutions Consultant Architect, to the Manufacturing Industry Blog!

David is a Cisco Consulting Solutions Architect, and has a wealth of experience with a  number of industries: he works in a global consultancy role at Cisco working closely with customers to deliver innovative industrial networking solutions. David has extensive experience in Manufacturing, Utilities, Mining and Transportation industries. Read More »

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Industrial Ethernet adoption enables “Best-in-Class”, says Aberdeen Group

April 19, 2012 at 9:43 am PST

I really like it when a research firm goes out to do primary research. We can all pontificate about what customers want. We all have our own opinions and anecdotes.

But when Aberdeen Group wanted to find out about the current  Industrial Networking trends and directions and wanted to find out why manufacturers were converging  Corporate IT and Operational Technology (OT) networks, (and  what was the business case for it?) they went out and talked to real executives in real companies.

So,  Industrial Networking Building the Business Case for industrial Ethernet is a real-life look into what’s happening in the industry, and dares to compare industry leaders (“Best in Class”) with industry laggards.

“Manufacturing is an industry with complex operations, where the success of any organization lies in producing high quality products at lower costs at the right time. This requires companies to enable real-time visibility into operations at the plant floor as well as at the executive level to make intelligent decisions. Aberdeen’s surveyed over 150 executives to understand how industry leaders are taking advantage of industrial networking to enable real-time visibility into data to optimize production, maintenance, and safety.”

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