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Turkey Point Near Miss: Fire, Blast

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Finding the Competitive Edge

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Going Digital

Smarter, Connected Networks Add Complexity, but Plant Floor Can’t be an Island Anymore
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Safety through Security

Safety Implications of Security Often End Up Overlooked, Learn How to Assess, Manage and Mitigate Risks
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By Eric Ehlers
Manufacturing’s storyline has been told in a simple way for the longest time. Manufacturers (the good guys) had to deal with lots of adversaries on the plant floor, but the biggest archrival was known as “downtime.” Downtime is the ultimate antagonist of manufacturing. It is the kryptonite that can creep into a factory and cause lines to shut down cells, stop production, and ultimately cause a