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Collaborative robots and humans working together
Collaborative robots and humans working together

Companies and researchers continue to work on developing robots that can work safely with humans on the factory floor without enclosures and be able to adapt and learn from human behavior. This has many potential benefits for a manufacturing industry that is becoming more specialized and seeks higher levels of...Read More

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Six debugging techniques for embedded system development
Six debugging techniques for embedded system development

Learning and propagating various debugging techniques reduces bug count and increases code quality. Here are six techniques that can go a long way in assisting the debugging process. Reset software... Read More

Feedback for machine motion
Feedback for machine motion

Closing servo-motor loops with feedback devices improves performance, but care must be taken with design and installation. Closing the loop improves monitoring, measuring, and control—even when... Read More

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Future innovations and expectations setting tone at Hannover Messe
Future innovations and expectations setting tone at Hannover Messe

Hannover Notes: What will the U.S. do in 2016? The drivers for Industry 4.0. The cool stuff that doesn’t (yet) have much to do with manufacturing. See a short video of Festo's robot butterflies. Read More

Compact industrial computer with 10-year warranty
Compact industrial computer with 10-year warranty

The SEL-3360S from Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL) features Intel Core i7 processors, –40 to +75 C operation, no vents, and no moving parts, and can withstand up to 15 kV of electrostatic... Read More

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Reliable Fiber Optic Networks: Design and Deployment Best Practices

Presenter Robert Elliot will discuss physical layer best practices and understand proper fiber media selection for each physical layer in the EtherNet/IP network. The webcast will also cover design recommendations and considerations to help you successfully deploy a robust and secure plant-wide implementation of EtherNet/IP.

Thursday, April 23, 2015 at 11 a.m. PT /1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

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Ethernet cabling system for industrial applications
Ethernet cabling system for industrial applications

Harting's Ha-VIS preLink is an Ethernet cabling system for industrial applications and is designed... Read More

Connect multi-touch industrial displays with 100 m of cable
Connect multi-touch industrial displays with 100 m of cable

Beckhoff Automation's CP-Link 4 is a connection technology that enables up to 100 m cable runs for... Read More

Motion controller chip series for high-precision applications
Motion controller chip series for high-precision applications

Nippon Pulse's PCL61x4 series of high-performance servo/stepper controller chips consists of the... Read More

Speed dome camera designed for harsh conditions
Speed dome camera designed for harsh conditions

Moxa's VPort 66-2MP is a 1080p PTZ dome camera designed for mission-critical video surveillance... Read More

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