Harting discusses future technologies at Industrial Ethernet Week

Join Harting for the second edition of Industrial Ethernet Week, which takes place from 21-23 February 2023. Featuring technical experts and IIoT pioneers from a range of global brands, you’ll discover solutions for driving industrial transformation via insightful user cases, discussions, talks and tech sessions.

Day one focuses on industrial transformation, with a look at smart industrial applications and infrastructure. Highlights include a demonstration from Microsoft of new application areas in the manufacturing value chain and how companies can use them to drive efficiencies, followed by an example of production line predictive maintenance from IoT Use Case. The day concludes with a panel discussion about digitising industrial processes using the IIoT.

On 22 February the spotlight falls on factory installation. Fluke Networks will demonstrate how to identify and resolve common issues with Industrial Ethernet cabling in industrial installations, whilst Harting presents sessions focusing on field attachable connectors, Ethernet connectivity using modular connectors and a guide to engineering data for installation technology.

The week wraps up with an in-depth examination of Single Pair Ethernet and device design. Harting’s experts look at the technical challenges of providing power over SPE, while SparkFun introduces its SparkFun MicroMod Single Pair Ethernet Kit. You’ll also learn about robust PCB connectivity from Harting, including har-modular, which lets you configure and create your own PCB connector.

Sessions run from 8:30am until 11:30am each day and you’re welcome to join all the events or selected talks. Every session will also be available as a recording afterwards. To register and read a detailed schedule, please click here.

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