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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Adapting Ethernet to Accelerate Industry 4.0 Steven Keeping
Industry 4.0 promises to revolutionize the factory through smart technology. Yet it can be expensive to install, scale, and maintain. A new form of Industrial Ethernet, using single twisted pair cables, promises to cut costs and ease installation while also promising interoperability across design, procurement, and manufacture.

New Tech Tuesdays: Single Pair Ethernet: The Future of Industrial Automation Rudy Ramos
SPE is a new technology that is rapidly gaining popularity as a cost-effective, reliable, and high-speed alternative to standard Ethernet for industrial automation and automotive applications using only one pair of twisted copper wires to transmit data, power, and control signals.

How the IIoT Enables the Smart Factory Adam Kimmel
Surprisingly, it is not technology or even web-based services leading to the adoption of connected technology. It’s industrial manufacturing. Let’s look at the characteristics, benefits, and challenges of the smart factory.

Gateway Implementations with RISC-V Alex Pluemer
The Industrial Internet of Things and its use cases that implement gateways and routers expands every day. The Terasic T-Core FPGA MAX 10 Development Board can be a catalyst for that expansion.

How Single Pair Ethernet Is Becoming the DNA of IIoT Verena Neuhaus
Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) is quickly becoming a mega-trend in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Here, we explore SPE, its advantages, how it is transforming industrial data transmission, and how SPE supports the future of industrial network technology.

PLCnext Technology…Open to the Future Yuri Chamarelli
PLCnext, a customizable open-control platform, enables engineers to run previously incompatible programming languages simultaneously. Learn how PLCnext gives an unprecedented amount of flexibility that organizations can harness to meet the challenges of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) revolution.

The Future of IIoT Connectivity Marcel Consée
With Industry 4.0 being deployed in almost all production environments and the unique challenges of Industry 5.0 looming on the horizon, industrial applications demand high-speed ruggedized connectors. Learn how the ix Industrial™ connectors support next-generation Industrial Ethernet communication designs.

Tankfull: An IoT Experimentation Platform Mike Parks
Learn how the Tankfull IIoT Demonstration Platform leverages the electronic hardware and IoT cloud software that support real-world remote monitoring and control of industrial equipment across the globe to provide analytics and visualizations to plant operators.

Speeding Machine Vision Development and Deployment Robert Huntley
Machine vision is a fundamental part of many industrial manufacturing and process automation implementations. FPGAs are ideally suited to the task of image and video processing, and the Microsemi/Microchip PolarFire FPGA Video and Imaging Kit is an ideal platform on which to base your next design.

News from the Industrial Internet Consortium / OpenFog Charles Byers
The OpenFog Consortium recently joined forces with the Industrial Internet Consortium, producing a powerhouse of edge-fog thought and architecture. This blog describes the motivations for joining forces, markets and applications served, and thoughts about the future of edge-fog computing in IoT networks.

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