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Industrial Ethernet Book (May 2013)

Industrial Ethernet Book (May 2013)

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Magazine IEB of May 2013
Magazine IEB of May 2013

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Emergence o Industry 4.0
For the Industry 4.0 initiative to gainmomentum (see news on developments at theHanover Fair in the show report on page 4),it’s apparent that improving the inrastructureand security o industrial networks will be keycontributing technologies. There is certainlyagreement that uniying the unctions o acompany’s enterprise and machine control networks will produce even larger benefts inthe uture, but the movement toward a FourthIndustrial Revolution will require strength-ening the perormance and resilience o theunderlying networks as well.This issue takes an in-depth look at thesetopics beginning with the impact o InternetProtocol version 6 (IPv6) on the world o industrial automation. One o the biggestissues moving orward is a higher level o network management and the need or ITand automation personnel to work moreeectively together. IPv6 provides a solutionor the underlying problem o not enoughIP addresses in the world, along with othertechnology advances, but it also creates theneed or a seamless transition rom IPv4systems already in service.A second critical issue moving ahead,especially with the continuing shit towarddecentralized systems, is the growth o IP67solutions. Mounting network switches androuters, Ethernet-based controllers and I/Osystems on machines creates a need or ahigher level o protection rom the environ-ment and a question about how to achieve thebest results when designing new machinery.Machine availability is such a critical issue ormanuacturers, that it demands solutions thatdeliver an extremely high level o reliability.And fnally, security is a priority that will require a continuing ocus. At the HanoverFair, we met with numerous networkingcompanies and there is a consensus that enduser education is needed to better commu-nicate both potential threats and availabletechnology solutions to address security.For Industrial Ethernet to achieve itspromise in the uture, all aspects o industrial networking will need to become strongerand more sophisticated. We are hoping tobe part o that process by reporting on newtechnology and applications. We’re hopingthat you also fnd important inormation inthis issue on topics such as Internet Protocol version 6 (page 10), IP20 vs. IP67 solutions(page 14) and advanced security (page 24)that will be both interesting and useul inyour work.
 Al Presher
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Published byIEB Media, Bahnhostrasse 12, 86938 Schondor am Ammersee, GermanyISSN 1470-5745
Industrial Ethernet book
The next issue o The Industrial Ethernet Book will be published in
 June/July 2013Deadline or editorial:
June 4, 2013 Deadline or artwork: June 18, 2013
Product & Sources Listing
All Industrial Ethernet product manuacturers (not resellers) are entitled to ree o charge entriesin the Product locator and Supplier directory sections o the Industrial Ethernet Book, both theprinted and online version. I you are not currently listed in the directory, please complete theregistration orm at
to submit your company details.
Update your own products
I you wish to amend your existing inormation, login to the Editor section
and modiy your entry. All entries/updatesreceived by
 June 4, 2013
will be incorporated immediately into
or thenext issue.Do you want to receive issues o Industrial Ethernet Book? Call, mail or e-mail your details, orCircle 01 on the reader reply card, or subscribe at
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