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4 INTECH NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2018 WWW.ISA.ORG PROCESS AUTOMATION 14 Process Industry 4.0 By Stefan Zippel The transformation of the process industry using Industry 4.0 aims to increase profits, lower costs, and minimize risks. To achieve this, use standards like ISA-95 to combine legacy systems and your employees' expertise with new technology like IoT devices, data analytics, and edge computing. FACTORY AUTOMATION 22 Additive manufacturing simulations By Subham Sett and Jing Bi This article discusses additive manufacturing simulations built on a model-based platform that integrates an open framework usable for any machine, process, and material. SYSTEM INTEGRATION 28 OPC: Interoperability standard for industrial automation By Thomas J. Burke The industrial and process manufacturing industries have realized that they can improve productivity by using data. This is leading them toward digital manufacturing to improve operations. AUTOMATION IT 32 AI equipment health monitoring and prediction technology By Stewart Chalmers Real-time equipment health monitoring and predic- tion systems are the first of many exciting new AI- based applications that combine embedded human knowledge and advanced engineering automation. COVER STORY Collaboration? Yes, that's how we'll build a robust cybersecurity landscape By Andrew Kling In today's hyperconnected, menacing world, how do we continuously improve cybersecurity? Collaboration is the answer—in the form of standards, government legisla - tion, and industrywide cooperation. SPECIAL SECTION: NETWORKING 36 Time-Sensitive Networking in automation By Volker E. Goller Time-Sensitive Networking in accordance with IEEE 802.1 for Industrial Automation is deliver - ing deterministic and highly scalable real-time data transmission. It supports manufacturing digitalization for Industry 4.0 and Industrial Internet of Things. 10 November/December 2018 | Vol 65, Issue 6

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