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Making Sense of the IoT

POSTED BY TURTLE & HUGHES COMMUNICATIONS BLOG IN PERSPECTIVES, SERVICES

The Internet of Things (IoT) is more than networking home appliances and thermostats.


Rockwell Automation Fair

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  Members of the Turtle & Hughes Automation team will


Managing Control Assets

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As control systems are increasingly being put on manufacturing Ethernet networks, the opportunity to manage control system assets in a more efficient and productive manner has grown as well.


Harnessing the Wind

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For the first time in history, a renewable energy could actually compete with fossil fuels without tax credits or incentives because of major technology advancements in harnessing the wind.


Storm Preparedness

POSTED BY TURTLE & HUGHES COMMUNICATIONS BLOG IN PRODUCTS & TECHNOLOGY

With Tropical Storm Hermine making headlines last week, it’s time to start thinking about how to prepare for a storm.


Custom Motors for OEMs

POSTED BY TURTLE & HUGHES INDUSTRIAL CONTROL & AUTOMATION DEPARTMENT BLOG IN PRODUCTS & TECHNOLOGY, SERVICES

Is there a place for a distributor to supply motors to OEMs?


Historic Flight: Solar Impulse 2

POSTED BY TURTLE & HUGHES ENERGY SOLUTIONS BLOG IN PERSPECTIVES

If the historic round-the-world flight of the Solar Impulse 2 has taught us anything, it’s that today’s renewable technology provides a reliable source of power across many different applications.


No Weak Links:
Achieving Selective Coordination

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Selective coordination seems like a relatively simple component of complex construction jobs, but its importance and the thoughtful engineering required to achieve it should not be overlooked.


Under the Microscope:
A Closer Look at Scientific Research

POSTED BY TURTLE & HUGHES COMMUNICATIONS BLOG IN INDUSTRY NEWS & EVENTS, PERSPECTIVES

If Turtle & Hughes customer Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) in Upton, NY, receives funding from the Department of Energy (DOE) for a new billion-dollar atom smasher, it would become one of the most important facilities for high-energy nuclear physics anywhere in the world.


A Diverse Electric Utility Industry

POSTED BY TURTLE & HUGHES COMMUNICATIONS BLOG IN INDUSTRY NEWS & EVENTS

The Edison Electric Institute (EEI) will host its annual Business Diversity Conference in Phoenix next week to support its goal of establishing long-term relationships with diverse suppliers who provide products and services that help the electric utility industry succeed in a highly competitive environment.


Virtualization in Automation (Part Two)
Who and When?

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In a previous article, we discussed what virtualized computer images are. Now, we need to talk about who should use this technology and when.



Edith Clarke: Pioneering Electrical Engineering

POSTED BY TURTLE & HUGHES COMMUNICATIONS BLOG IN PERSPECTIVES

March is Women’s History Month and we would like to salute Edith Clarke (1883-1959), a pioneer in electrical engineering who used her math skills to improve our understanding of power transmission.


Measuring Safety at Your Manufacturing Site

POSTED BY TURTLE & HUGHES INDUSTRIAL CONTROL & AUTOMATION DEPARTMENT BLOG IN PERSPECTIVES, SERVICES

The Safety Maturity Index™ (SMI), developed by Rockwell Automation, is an invaluable tool that offers visibility into safety processes and procedures while improving performance at your manufacturing facility.


World Trade Center Oculus to Open Ahead of Schedule

POSTED BY TURTLE & HUGHES POWER DISTRIBUTION & AUTOMATION SOLUTIONS BLOG IN INDUSTRY NEWS & EVENTS

The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey announced recently that the World Trade Center Oculus will open ahead of schedule sometime the first week in March.


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