IoT Core Theme for Embedded World Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 2/18/2015 Post a comment At Embedded World in Germany next week, the Internet of Things will take center stage. Unlike CES, however, this show will focus on the practical.
ASIC Improves Motion Control Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 4/24/2014 Post a comment In order to control speed and positioning, drive controllers require high-resolution magnetic or optical position sensors.
Sensors Combat Corrosion Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 4/24/2014 Post a comment The Energy Pipelines Cooperative Research Centre and Deakin University of Australia are working on an innovative sensor able to monitor corrosion-related pipeline damage.
Microsoft Pulls XP Support Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 4/24/2014 17 comments Thousands of industrial systems will be affected as they begin to go without security updates or technical support.
Sensors Combat Corrosion Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 4/17/2014 Post a comment The energy Piplines Cooperative Research Centre and Deakin University (Australia) are working on an innovative sensor able to monitor corrosion-related pipeline damage.
Siemens & McAfee Partner Up Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 4/10/2014 1 comment It makes perfect sense that Siemens’ Industry Sector and McAfee, a division of Intel Security, are beefing up their partnership to enhance industrial security.
Industrial System Fault Alerts Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 4/10/2014 2 comments When you need to know right away regarding any anomalies in electrical signal, analog voltage, analog current, or the presence or absence of data on an RS485 bus, there’s a system monitoring device that can check and alert-on them all.
Open Up Industrial IoT in a Box Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 4/3/2014 1 comment It's not like putting together consumer products, when you're looking to harness the capabilities of the Internet of Things in an industrial setting.
You’d Rather Import Than Retrain. Why? Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 3/20/2014 30 comments According to Scott Corley, executive director of Compete America, large technology companies would prefer to opt for more H-1B workers than retrain experienced American employees.
Robot Drones Sniff Chemicals Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 3/13/2014 5 comments The US Army, NevadaNano, and the University of Nevada are knee deep in a project whereby a robot drone will sense chemicals via sensors while in flight.
IoT Plus Google Analytics: What a Combo Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 2/27/2014 1 comment Usable and targeted data is much needed in the burgeoning industrial IoT arena, where data abounds, but the ability to customize and analyze is slower to catch up.
Industrial Ethernet’s Role in the Factory of the Future Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 2/20/2014 3 comments This third industrial revolution requires a greener, faster, and smarter way to produce products. The challenge lies in the limited resources available to serve more people using more products, particularly as demand increases in developing countries.
Big Data 4x Faster Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 2/13/2014 Post a comment Scientists at IBM set a new speed record for Big Data that they say will improve Internet speeds to 200 – 400 Gb/s and do it at low power.
Simplify the Complexity of M2M Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 2/13/2014 3 comments The new industrial control made possible by M2M pushes the envelope of traditional supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA).
Killer Robot: What Crosses the Line? Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 2/6/2014 9 comments The use of drones was met with an uproar. Now the Taranis, complete with auto-kill features, has raised the stakes. Will this "killer robot" be used in unmanned lethal action?
LPC UARTS Reduce Board Space 8x Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 1/30/2014 Post a comment If you’re looking for serial connectivity for factory automation, process controllers, network routers, and single board embedded computers, especially in a small form factor, look no further.
Jumpstart Industrial M2M Network Designs Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 1/16/2014 Post a comment B&B Electronics and RacoWireless have teamed up to offer a Spectre cellular router packaged with a prepaid wireless data plan as a starter kit for customers developing industrial M2M monitoring and control applications.
As data rates begin to move beyond 25 Gbps channels, new problems arise. Getting to 50 Gbps channels might not be possible with the traditional NRZ (2-level) signaling. PAM4 lets data rates double with only a small increase in channel bandwidth by sending two bits per symbol. But, it brings new measurement and analysis problems. Signal integrity sage Ransom Stephens will explain how PAM4 differs from NRZ and what to expect in design, measurement, and signal analysis.
January 2016 Cartoon Caption ContestBob's punishment for missing his deadline was to be tied to his chair tantalizingly close to a disconnected cable, with one hand superglued to his desk and another to his chin, while the pages from his wall calendar were slowly torn away.122 comments