The Allen-Bradley Stratix 2500 lightly managed switch provides the security, resiliency, segmentation and bandwidth-optimisation benefits of a managed switch without the need for extensive configuration.
Construction sites can be an easy target for criminals and opportunistic thieves. Depending on the site location and scale of the operation, each site will have its own issues and areas of concern. The site challenges constantly change as the build progresses and the value of equipment and materials on-site increases. In addition, there is the need to provide site access to all of the construction workers, including subcontractors.
Schneider Electric's EcoStruxure for Mining, Minerals and Metals is a system architecture and platform that leverages digital technologies and the IIoT.
Since last year 80,000 LED streetlights have been installed throughout Australia, and technology trials and pilots are taking place in most major centres.
The speaker line-up for the 2017 Security Exhibition & Conference has just been announced.
The world's largest ransomware attack affected tens of thousands of computers — but was it preventable? NordVPN lists simple strategies to protect yourself from ransomware.
The increasing use of CCTV, sensors, drones, monitoring and mass data collection across urban landscapes means human movement is being tracked more than ever before. For the data and comms industry, increased connectivity equals more opportunity. But when it comes to the individual, where is the line between optimised security and an unstoppable loss of privacy?
SATEC's EM133-AR with four-quadrant measurement and interval data logs meters record energy or other electrical measurements at 15, 30 or 60 min intervals, or other defined intervals of time, providing date/time stamp of recorded data.
ABB has installed its innovative intercom technology at the Rivage Royale, one of the most recognisable residential buildings in Surfers Paradise. Boasting 176 luxury riverside apartments across 30 floors, the building offers breathtaking views out to the Pacific Ocean.
Voice activation for taps, lights, music, (even the toilet flush!), lowering the too-high clothes rail, lighting, speakers, sprinklers and movie theatre; facial recognition; switch lights in the bathroom glass panels — The Block 2016 shone a spotlight on a few lust-haves in the home automation market.
Thanks to the proliferation of IoT in recent years, automation today is part and parcel of an electrical contractor's toolkit. Indeed, an electrician's role is so much more than lights, switches and power points.