Industrial Internet of Things IIoT

How Smart Sensors Optimize Mobile Equipment Performance Through the IoT

The design and deployment of aerial lifts, truck-mounted cranes, telehandlers, scissor lifts, man lifts and other modes of vehicular material handling demands two requirements above all others:...
On July 16, 2019

Compressed Air Networks Are Under Pressure to be Connected

Representing up to 40% of the electricity consumed by a company, compressed air is a fluid with many challenges. Poor management of this fluid and/or the design of its distribution network results...
On June 18, 2019

5 Considerations Before Using Condition Monitoring on the Plant Floor

Ready or not, the age of the ‘smart’ factory is upon us in ways only a few short years ago were inconceivable. Today, any industrial sector business whose plant floor is not online may well find...
On June 11, 2019

Cloud-based Solutions for Monitoring Machine Performance

In the vast universe of manufacturing, machine performance is often the difference between a delay and on-time delivery; downtime and productivity; profit and loss. Ensuring peak performance out...
On June 4, 2019

3 Things to Consider for Machine Tools and IIoT

As Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) continue to grow and evolve, they promise numerous benefits for a leaner enterprise. In the realm of machine tools, the IIoT can certainly...
On May 31, 2019

Hannover 2019: Partnering with Customers to Increase Productivity and Profitability through Engineering Innovation

Want to know how we partnered with customers to increase productivity and profitability through engineering innovation? The Parker Hannifin stand experienced a busy and successful week at Hannover...
On May 16, 2019

Optimise your Connection of Pneumatic Manifolds to Industrial Networks

Manufacturing businesses have witnessed the rapid ascension of industrial networks, and in the pneumatics industry, there’s a real desire to ensure the benefits that connectivity can bring...
On April 24, 2019

Easy Steps to Installing and Configuring a CPS Sensor

This blog post will describe current best practice or optimising the installation of a continuous position sensor (CPS) on to a pneumatic linear actuator.   For the purposes of the guidance, we’ll use...
On April 11, 2019

Industrial IoT Solutions With Voice of the Machine at Bauma China

The ever-changing industrial Internet of Things has revolutionized the traditional landscape and business model of the construction machinery industry. Domestic and foreign parts and service providers...
On December 14, 2018

Industry 4.0 is Taking Place in Front of Our Eyes

We are all witnesses to the fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0 as it has been coined, as most of us will have seen robots, machines, vehicles or control systems connect to the Internet at...
On November 20, 2018

The Industrial IoT Journey: A Framework for Moving from Pilot to Broad Deployment

It seems like every industrial company is at some stage of planning for or deploying industrial Internet of Things (IoT) technology. According to a survey of IoT decision makers and influencers in...
On November 8, 2018

Five Things You Need to Know to Implement Condition Monitoring

A history lesson isn’t necessary to know manufacturing has evolved over time. From the advent of mechanics to the electrification of factories for mass production to equipping production lines...
On October 11, 2018

Who Holds the Stakes When Deploying IoT? Everyone

As a company that has produced motion and control components and subsystems in core industrial sectors for 100 years, Parker has recently taken a significant step forward by embarking on a...
On August 13, 2018

Prevent Failures by Monitoring Your Compressed Air System

Compressed air is one of the most critical and expensive utilities in any manufacturing facility. That said, maintenance and monitoring of this crucial system are largely ignored. When it is given...
On August 9, 2018

Vibration Monitoring is Key to Predictive Maintenance of Rotating Machinery

Any of us who have driven a vehicle knows from experience certain mechanical issues produce symptoms that can be detected by our senses of touch and hearing. Vibrations felt in the steering wheel and...
On June 26, 2018

When New Machines Have a Voice, What Will Old Machines Do?

Last year, PwC found that 85 percent of U.S. manufacturers are already delivering, or planning to deliver, products with IoT capabilities. Considering the promise of IoT, this should come as no...
On June 19, 2018

How IoT Analytics Can Optimize Productivity

From our personal devices to medical systems and online shopping, it’s clear we live in a digital world—and the rapid progress of that world is driven by data. The collection and application of data...
On June 5, 2018

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 June 4, 2018

Defining the Value of IoT in a Connected World

There’s volumes of material that focus on the technology behind IoT. However, a more significant discussion should be had around the value IoT delivers. While that value must begin with end users of...
On May 22, 2018

How Collaboration With Manufacturers Will Help You Perform Better

Momentum behind Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is continuing with a growing number of smart device/product manufacturers developing sensors that communicate wirelessly...
On April 25, 2018