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Table of Contents

World PC-Based Controls Markets, Executive SummaryIntroduction to World PC-Based ControlsIntroduction to World PC-Based ControlsThe Downfall of PLC SupremacyOMAC: Defining A New WorldWindows NT & PC-Based ControlsIndicators of Industrial Transformation Toward PC-Based ControlIndicators of Industrial Transformation Toward PC-Based ControlStandardization for Large Corporations Impact of the Internet on Network ArchitectureTrends Creating Technological ChangeTrends Creating Technological ChangeSummary of Major FindingsDrivers & RestraintsConclusions: The Stakes Are HighWorld PC-Based Controls Markets, Major Forces Impacting Strategies in the PC-Based Control MarketChallengesIntroductionCustomers Denied Best-of-Breed ApplicationsThe Role of PC-Based ControlTen Major Forces Impacting PC-Based ControlsTen Major Forces Impacting PC-Based ControlsMajor Technology AlliancesAdvent of Windows NT as the Common RTOSMigration of Systems and ControlsThe Internet Commerce PlatformPCI-Based Industrial Computers'Open-Source-Software' Trend: Linux and ApplePC-Based Virtual Instrument SystemsSoftware ConsiderationsAdvances in StandardizationDisaster Recovery PlanningKey Considerations for Strategy FormulationKnowing the Limitations and Empowering the Advances of PC Control TechnologyLife Cycles for Control TechnologyConclusions: The Return of the Buyers' MarketConclusions: The Return of the Buyers' MarketKeeping Prices Down & Performance UpHeavy Industry Provides Conversion BarriersWorld PC-Based Controls Markets, PC-Based Controls in the New Factory Automation EnvironmentPC EvolutionPC EvolutionThe Age of Agile ManufacturingThe Age of Agile ManufacturingPC-Based Enterprise Information SystemsPenetration of PC-Based Controls in the PLC MarketPenetration of PC-Based Controls in the PLC MarketExpected Growth Segments of PC-Based ControlsExpected Growth Segments of PC-Based ControlsThe End-User PerspectiveDecision-Making Aspects Avoiding RisksVirtual Manufacturing: The New Look of AutomationVirtual Manufacturing: The New Look of AutomationThe PC-Based Enterprise Information SystemHigh-End PCs and The Workstation EnvironmentPromising Growth Technologies Factory Automation Devices with PC-Based ControlsThe PC Computing PlatformCritical Design Factors for Industrial PC ApplicationsConclusion: Traditional Competitors Prepare for BattleWorld PC-Based Controls Markets, Operating Systems and Standardization for PC-Based ControlsNetworkcentric PC-Based OS Brings Dramatic Changes to Industry LandscapeNetworkcentric PC-Based OS Brings Dramatic Changes to Industry LandscapeThe Industrial PC Technology: A Whole New MarketFlawed 'Soft' PLC Sales PositioningWindows CE and Embedded PC: An Entirely New OSThe Win32 Paradigm Shift: PC-Based OS Goes MainstreamPrimary Target Industries & Levels of AdoptionPrimary Target Industries & Levels of AdoptionWho Will Dominate Tomorrow's Control Marketplace?Who Will Dominate Tomorrow's Control Marketplace?PC-NT Solution Held SuspectThe QNX OSWindows NT/95: The De facto Standard Bearer? Fail-Safe Technology for Windows NTReal Time OS Extension ApplicationsUNIX Makes a ComebackUNIX Makes a ComebackLinux Breaks the MoldLinux Breaks the MoldStandardsInteroperability for Factory AutomationOMAC BackgroundWhat Will Be the Primary Networking Standard?What Will Be the Primary Networking Standard?Open Systems Standardization Puts Large, Proprietary Manufacturers to DisadvantageThe Microsoft CommitmentStandardization Groups,Consortiums, and SystemsThe National Committee for Information Technology Standardization (NCITS)Distributed Component Object ModelThe Real-Time Java Working GroupHewlett-Packard and Sun Microsystems ClashThe Serial Real-Time Communications SystemThe Manufacturing Execution Systems AssociationWorld PC-Based Controls Markets, The Internet for PC-Based Industrial SystemsAn Internet View onto the Factory FloorAn Internet View onto the Factory FloorThe Misunderstood EthernetToward a More Business-Friendly Internet EnvironmentMaking the Digital Factory WorkMaking the Digital Factory WorkFrom the Factory Floor UpwardNetwork ProtocolsPopular DatabasesProprietary Control Network ProtocolsOperating SystemsThe Most Prevalent Operating SystemsJava or ActiveX: Prime Time Internet Readiness?Microsoft's DNA: Shaping Internet TechnologyVPNs and the Digital Factory NetworkWorld PC-Based Controls Markets, Third-Party Software—A New Breed of PC Control SupplierThe PC Control System Design Software EnvironmentThe PC Control System Design Software EnvironmentThe Shift to OTS PCs and Open Systems SoftwarePC-Based Software Market ForecastRevenues and Revenue Growth RatesLong-Term Revenue ForecastCompetitive AnalysisCompetitive AnalysisThe Broadening of the PC Control Software Supplier BaseThird-Party Package VendorsHuman-Machine Interface (HMI) PackagesIdentifying ProspectsIdentifying ProspectsIndustry Rate of Adoption FactorsPrimary Target Industries for PC Software Software for Y2K: Disaster Abatement & Recovery PlanningSoftware for Y2K: Disaster Abatement & Recovery PlanningWorld PC-Based Controls Markets, Industry Initiatives and Innovations for PC-Based ControlIntroductionEnterprise Application Integration SolutionsDistributor Relationship AdvantagesIndustry Initiatives Impacting PC-Based ControlIndustry Initiatives Impacting PC-Based ControlEDS, Steeplechase and MDSI: 'Best of Breed' Integrated SystemsNational Instruments: Virtual InstrumentationHewlett-Packard with Microsoft and Intel: Designing Next-Generation OS and ChipsPC Soft International: The Soft Process ControllerNortel Networks, Hewlett-Packard, Intel and Microsoft: Maximizing the InternetRadiSys Corporation: The Embedded ComputerVentrurCom and Microsoft: Controls Application InterfaceTaylor Industrial Software: Simplifying Industrial AutomationSchneider Electric: Web-Enabled Products for the Digital FactoryThink & Do Software: PC-Based Control with Flowcharts Cycle Software: Desktop PCs Can Access Factory Floor over a Single Network LinkZiatech Corporation: MS-DOS in the Embedded & Control EnvironmentGE Fanuc AutomationMicrosoft: Integration Solutions with DNA-M, CE, and Embedded NTSiemens: The Risk-Free Vendor AlternativeConclusion: A Growing Class of Open Systems, Standards-Based Global ProvidersConclusion: A Growing Class of Open Systems, Standards-Based Global ProvidersWorld PC-Based Controls Markets, The Competitive Environment—A New Positioning Battle for LeadershipAn Accelerated TimeLine Fosters New LeadersAn Accelerated TimeLine Fosters New LeadersA Key Enabling Technology: Skipping a Generation in PC-Based Control EvolutionA Key Enabling Technology: Skipping a Generation in PC-Based Control EvolutionRTX: The NT-Enabling TechnologyCommon Versus Proprietary API Wars The Islands of Automation Are ChangingThe Islands of Automation Are ChangingPC-Based Control Market ConsolidationFour Levels of Market CompetitionFour Major Positioning StrategiesFour Major Positioning StrategiesPrice Range by Market PositionPrice Range by Market PositionCompetitive Impact and Trends: Who Is Number One in PC-Based Controls?Competitive Impact and Trends: Who Is Number One in PC-Based Controls?A Working Definition for PC-Based Control LeadershipThe Bottom Drops Out of the Mid-Priced Market Polarization of the Market by 2002-2003Strategies for the Proprietary EliteA Case for Open Systems: Avoiding the Proprietary BoxFrost & Sullivan's Market Engineering PC-Based Controls Industry AwardsFrost & Sullivan's Market Engineering PC-Based Controls Industry AwardsPurpose of the Frost & Sullivan Market Engineering AwardsThe 1999 Market Engineering AwardsThe Embedded MarketThe Embedded MarketEmbedded PCs: The 'What You Can't See' TrendJava On TopInternet-Based Java: A Wave of the FutureConclusion: Control Linked to Information Systems—The PC-Based Evolutionary PremiseConclusion: Control Linked to Information Systems—The PC-Based Evolutionary Premise




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