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The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is poised to seep into nearly every part of asset-intensive industries. However, integrating distributed, intelligent devices into our plants brings unique challenges. How do IIoT devices operate efficiently and effectively in today’s industrial environments? How do IIoT devices complement with existing automation and control systems? This paper explores the integration of IIoT into existing industrial control systems, with a focus on power generation facilities.