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Industrial Ethernet-based Networking for the Process Industry

Industrial Ethernet can bridge IT and OT, being appropriate for MES, most controllers and user interfaces, and many field applications

Posted on March 24, 2017 - ( views)

by Sara Ibrahim

ODVA. Since the turn of the century, Industrial Automation has seen an ever increasing adoption of Ethernet-based networking and the associated IP stack. One vision is that of a single network paradigm from the Cloud to the field devices – yielding many lifecycle benefits. Industrial Ethernet can bridge IT and OT, being appropriate for MES, most controllers and user interfaces, and many field applications. However, a number of practical concerns limit the utilization of Ethernet at the field edge. In particular, the 100 m distance limitation and the high implementation cost relative to the smallest components have held back complete Ethernet adoption. 


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