Edge Computing, Embedded Systems

Embedded Systems, Edge Computing May 1, 1998

Embedded Systems Conference updates engineers on accelerating implementations

Embedded systems are popping up in so many products and industries that even developers are struggling to keep up with the field's fast-multiplying implementations.To help engineers stay on top of these changes, the Embedded Systems Conference, March 31 to April 2 at Chicago's Navy Pier, introduced many new products for the control industry.

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Embedded Systems, Edge Computing May 1, 1998

Software suite for intelligent systems

Anaheim, Calif.— SmartWorX is a new Microsoft Windows NT-based suite of intelligent systems software for managing and optimizing dynamic processes. Included in the suite are SmartWorX Alarm manager; SmartWorX Knowledge Developer, which adds intelligence to standalone or embedded systems; and SmartWorX Expert Optimizer, which standardizes operating practices to constantly target and achie...

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Embedded Systems, Edge Computing February 1, 1998

QNX’s Voyager SDK Wins Best Product Award at Paris RTS Show

Voyager SDK, a software toolkit for building Internet access into TV set-top boxes and other embedded systems, won the prestigious "Prix Fournisseur RTS" on Jan. 16 here at the Real-Time Systems Exhibition (RTS). Developed by QNX Software Systems Ltd. Inc. (QSSL), Voyager SDK competed against products from many other companies including Motorola, Integrated Systems, an...

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Embedded Systems, Edge Computing February 1, 1998

GroupIPC Pavilion, Tutorials Highlight Mezzanine Modules

GroupIPC, an association of 40 Industry Pack (IP) and PCI Mezzanine Card (PMC) makers, distributors, and end-users seeking to increase awareness of mezzanine modules, is holding a joint pavilion and tutorials from Feb. 18-20 at Embedded Systems '98 in Sindelfingen, Germany.

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Embedded Systems, Edge Computing February 1, 1998

Board Packs Powerful Port

Westbury, N.Y.— LPTek's new line of computer boards is specifically designed for data acquisition, control, and measurement through the parallel port. All boards can be embedded in the user's system, or they can come packaged in the TMC port. In embedded systems, the LPTek data bus permits configuration of add-on cards as a mezzanine bus, so up to 16 boards in any combination can be stan...

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Embedded Systems, Edge Computing January 1, 1998

VenturCom Supports Microsoft’s CE Quick Start Program

VentureCom Inc. recently announced its support for Intel's Pentium processors for embedded applications through Microsoft's CE/PC program. As part of the CE Quick Start Program, VenturCom will provide a platform support package that enhances delivery of Microsoft Windows CE operating on Pentiums in embedded solutions.

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Embedded Systems, Edge Computing January 1, 1998

Automated Assembly Market to Reach $4.5 Billion by 2002

Demand for automated assembly systems and related subsystems in North America is expected to increase to $4.5 billion by 2002, according to a recent market study by Advanced Technology Advisors (ATA). The report, "North American Market Demand for Automated Assembly Systems," states that demand will increase for assembly systems, electronic parts placement, assembly r...

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Embedded Systems, Edge Computing January 1, 1998

Industrial Flow Measurement

Tustin, Calif.— Industrial Vortex System (IVS) is a flow measurement device consisting of an injection-molded sensor and transmitter system. It uses vortex-shedding technology to provide versatile and cost-effective measurement and transmission of flow rates. In the system configuration, the integral transmitter features a bayonet-style twist-lock mounting design for easy display panel a...

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AI and Machine Learning January 1, 1970

Expanding boundaries of 3D visualization

Huntsville, Ala.— When used with Elumen's (Cary, N.C.) VisionStation, Intergraph's SmartPlant Review 4.2.1 displays 3D models with a full color, 180-degree field of vision for virtual dynamic walkthroughs and design reviews. SmartPlant designs, viewed using VisionStation, help users navigate, review, and manipulate engineering design, construction, retrofit, and maintenance displays as l...

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AI and Machine Learning January 1, 1970

Intrinsyc partners with Pioneer-Standard

Vancouver, B.C., Canada; Cleveland, O.— Intrinsyc and Pioneer-Standard Electronics announced Feb. 9 that they're collaborating to provide integration services and software/hardware solutions that will advance customers' development of Internet devices and information appliances based on Intel's StrongARM microprocessor.

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