Industrial Internet of Things IIoT

Continuous Remote Monitoring vs. Route-Based Condition Monitoring Solutions

Without question, the Internet of Things (IoT) has changed the way we look at condition monitoring and diagnostics. Many now consider checking analog gauges and jotting down measurements on a...
On October 20, 2017

Building an IoT Offering to Maximize Value

For the past 100 years, Parker has been building and delivering ever more complex motion and control components and systems. We are well into a digital transformation that has caused us to rethink not...
On October 17, 2017

Learn how to make your predictive maintenance "smarter"

With the onset of Industry 4.0, factory and production environments are adopting industrial networks to become more connected and intelligent. This is largely driven by the need for...
On September 7, 2017

Streamline Your Condition Monitoring Process

Condition monitoring isn’t a new concept. Since industry has automated the machining process, companies have constantly sought ways to maintain high product quality while improving production rates....
On August 24, 2017

Improve Solar Panel Maintenance and Condition Monitoring Efficiency

You can’t tame the wind, but you can make its damage easier to detect. Solar glass is pretty tough stuff. It’s built to withstand a lot, but a strong gust of wind can sometimes be enough to do serious...
On August 22, 2017

IoT Solutions Reduce Time and Cost for Solar Panel Inspection

Solar panels do more than provide a company with a source of renewable energy. They reduce utility costs, protect the environment and improve the company’s image as an environmentally responsible...
On August 16, 2017

New Hybrid Actuation System Ideal for Renewable Energy Applications

Actuation systems must be efficient, precise, and durable enough to withstand harsh power generation environments. Parker Hannifin has developed a hybrid actuation system (HAS) that is ideal...
On August 9, 2017

Is Industry 4.0 Driving the Need for Smarter Motion Control Products?

The collective term Industry 4.0 refers to the fourth industrial revolution, typically described as the computerization of manufacturing—or in other words, the merging of traditional automation with...
On August 1, 2017

You Don’t Need a Cloud for IIoT! Just a Centralized Control Scheme

Centralized machine control is more than a control architectural scheme, it’s the first step to enabling Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The Parker Automation Controller (PAC) provides...
On July 18, 2017

How Does a Smart User Interface Improve Machine Efficiency?

The manufacturing industry is currently facing increasing pressure to reform and innovate in order to remain viable. On the consumer side, the Internet of Things (IoT) has made smart devices...
On June 22, 2017

What is the Foundation for a Smart Factory?

More and more manufacturers are forming their own ideas and interpretations of what a ‘smart factory’ is and what they want it to do for them. But a common theme is often the need for almost all...
On June 1, 2017

Taking IoT to the Last Mile by Listening to the “Voice of the Machine”

If you’re familiar with Parker, you know we’ve been manufacturing components and subsystems for industrial equipment for a long time. One hundred years to be exact. You also know the world is...
On April 22, 2017

Wireless Transmission of Performance Data Extends Equipment Life

Monitoring equipment performance is a key part of controlling costs and keeping power-generation facilities running smoothly. Field technicians record and track metrics to assess equipment performance...
On April 20, 2017

Application-Specific Sensors Make Temperature Monitoring Easy

Whether you’re running injection molding equipment or installing a new compressed air system, monitoring the assets’ in-line and ambient temperature is the best way to prevent overheating, and...
On April 20, 2017

Measure Displacement and Strain Like Never Before

As the Internet of Things continues to set the pace for innovation in condition monitoring and diagnostics, it’s important to recognize potential where little existed before. Developing solutions to...
On April 12, 2017

Expanding Your Diagnostic Capabilities with Wireless Sensors

When it comes to a successful predictive maintenance strategy, diagnostics is king. Being able to pull meaningful information from your assets allows you to detect patterns in their performance,...
On March 27, 2017

Turn any Wired Sensor into a Wireless Device with a 4-20mA Transmitter

Unless you’re a risk-taking, daredevil type, you likely have some sort of diagnostic infrastructure in your facility. And while there’s no discounting the benefit of wired diagnostic solutions, any...
On March 7, 2017

Parker’s Most Powerful Diagnostic Tool is Now Wireless

Every year, manufacturing processes get leaner to ensure companies stay competitive. Part of that is to keep assets working and avoid shutdowns as much as possible. But without a solid...
On February 23, 2017

Setting the New Standard for Mobile Asset Diagnostics

Parker has supplied mobile equipment OEMs and dealers with diagnostic solutions for decades. But getting accurate readings on mobile equipment safely has always been a challenge for OEMs and end users...
On February 9, 2017

Innovative Heavy-Duty Vehicle Technology on Display at IFPE

From optimizing peak performance to minimizing unplanned downtime, the products and systems Parker will showcase at IFPE 2017 are designed specifically to help its customers increase...
On January 20, 2017