Edge Computing, Embedded Systems

Embedded Systems, Edge Computing March 1, 1999

Support for ICA

Kanata, Ontario, Canada— QNX Software Systems Ltd. (QSSL) has introduced QNX RTOS support for the Independent Computing Architecture (ICA) from Citrix Systems Inc. With the ICA software client for QNX, users see and work only with the application's interface; the application executes 100% on a Citrix WinFrame or MetaFrame server.

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AI and Machine Learning February 1, 1999

Severe service plug valve

Itasca, Ill.— Fluoroseal "FE" Severe Service Plug Valve is designed for use in critical chemical processing applications with toxic and lethal services. The valve includes live loaded secondary and tertiary stem seals to eliminate fugitive emissions through the stem seal. Tested in the laboratory and field, "FE" valve is said to exceed the requirements of the U.

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Embedded Systems, Edge Computing February 1, 1999

Windows CE board support package

San Jose, Calif.— Cell Computing Inc. and VenturCom announced the availability of their new Windows CE board support package (BSP) for the Cell CardPC micro-motherboard. It lets embedded system designers design applications using the Microsoft Windows CE operating system and the industry's smallest Intel Pentium motherboard.

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AI and Machine Learning February 1, 1999

Dairy-grade probe

Lincoln, Neb.— Pro II X 3A is a 3A-approved capacitance probe for food-grade applications. It can be used in liquids, solids, and slurries. RF interference is eliminated by operating at below RF range. The probes hold calibration of better than one picofarad over a temperature range of –40 to 185 °F.

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Embedded Systems, Edge Computing January 1, 1999

Power supplies mobile embedded computers

Palo Alto, Calif. —Jupiter-MM boards supply up to 50 W to mobile PC/104 embedded systems. Input voltages are 8 to 30 V dc with output provided directly to PC/104 bus connectors as well as an auxiliary connector for external tapping. Both dual output (+5, +12) and quad output (+5, +12, –5, [-12]) versions are available.

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Embedded Systems, Edge Computing January 1, 1999

Year 2000 Remediation in Action

With year 2000 less than 355 days away, your facility and business should be well underway with software accessment and remediation efforts.Major manufacturers have to communicate the Y2K message to a number of audiences: employees, shareholders, and customers. While messages may differ, internally and externally, if adequate plans aren't in place, the majority of post-2000 communications...

By Mark T. Hoske, CONTROL ENGINEERING
AI and Machine Learning December 1, 1998

Tyco ‘saves’ AMP for $11.3 billion

Hamilton, Bermuda, and Harrisburg, Pa.— In a classic white knight-to-the-rescue scenario, Tyco International Ltd. stated Nov. 23 it plans to buy AMP Inc. for at least $11.3 billion—apparently saving AMP from the clutches of a four-month hostile takeover bid by Allied Signal. Assuming it's trading between $60 and $67 per share, Tyco will trade .

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AI and Machine Learning November 1, 1998

Magnetic proximity switch

Exton, Pa. —New magnetic inductive proximity switch mounts outside a pneumatic cylinder detecting a ring magnet on the piston. This solid state sensor is typically more reliable than commonly used reed switches. The switch can be used with any pneumatic cylinder with a nonferrous body. This IP 67 three-wire dc device has a 300 mA current rating with short circuit, overload, and reverse p...

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Embedded Systems, Edge Computing November 1, 1998

Steeplechase, dispensing machine builder sign OEM agreement

GSE Klieverik BV (the Netherlands) recently selected Steeplechase Software's PC-based control software as the standard control solution for its dispensing systems. The company formerly used a DOS-based control system for its paint dispensing systems, but found it wasn't flexible and cost-effective for its customers.

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Embedded Systems, Edge Computing October 1, 1998

New industry classification system available

A new North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) replacing the U.S. Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system has been published and is now available from the federal superintendent of documents. This system will allow business marketers to classify customers and prospects by industry type.

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