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How Factory Video and AI Accelerate and Optimize Industrial Automation Adam Kimmel
Robotics and data science led the movement to automate manufacturing during a time of uncertainty and dire need. Factory video and AI enhancements will still require human guidance and analysis to ensure data produced and failures encountered are addressed.

Rugged Miniaturization and the IIoT TE Connectivity
As technology continues to evolve, manufacturing finds itself in a shift towards miniaturization. The drive is to make things smaller and more powerful. TE Connectivity provides miniaturized connectors that save space on the PCB without sacrificing the performance of their classical counterparts.

Manufacturing Advances in the Age of Industrial Automation Christina Unarut
Learn how industrial automation leverages the innovations in robotics, IIoT, and AI in different manufacturing environments to improve worker safety without sacrificing cycle times or quality control.

Lack of Standards Hinders RPA Adoption Jeff Shepard
Robotic process automation (RPA) is about democratization, and that implies some level of standardization. But there are almost no standardization efforts. So far, the only standard available is a taxonomy from the IEEE, while RPA vendors continue to offer proprietary and disjointed solutions.

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.

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.

New mmWave Sensors Offer Unprecedented Accuracy for Automotive, Industrial Applications Texas Instruments
From automotive radar to industrial automation, mmWave sensors can radically increase precision sensing of range, velocity, and object angle. With the ability to penetrate plastic, drywall, glass, and other materials even in challenging environmental conditions, mmWave Sensors will find their way into the next generation of autonomous vehicles, industrial processes, and more.

Industrial Automation Marcel Consée
While the term „Internet of Things“ first turned up in 1985 (when the Internet as we know it today was not even a prospect yet), the need for an „industrial“ subset has been recognized only in the early 2000s. Today, Industrial IoT is being implemented far more rapid than a more generic IoT, and – believe it or not – the key drivers for that came out of Europe.

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