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The Industrial Internet Will Rule, Even If There’s Still Resistance
2/10/2016

Marc Ostertag, North America president of B&R Automation, speaks to audience members about the oncoming Industrial Internet at Pacific Design & Manufacturing.   (Source: William Ng/Design News)
Marc Ostertag, North America president of B&R Automation, speaks to audience members about the oncoming Industrial Internet at Pacific Design & Manufacturing.
(Source: William Ng/Design News)

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Resistance is Futile
Nancy Golden   2/10/2016 2:21:49 PM
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Interesting article, William. It seems to me that this is a natural progression that started when the internet birthed and while from our perspective it is a slow process, taken across time it really is growing by leaps and bounds. The Internet of Things and now applications run from the Cloud are symptomatic of this progress. Standards and security will always be primary concerns that will change and evolve as technology evolves, but we have come too far in this direction and it has too much positive potential to abandon it.

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