Many companies are turning to cloud computing to handle the large data flows coming from their machine vision systems.
Edge computing advances give users more options for architecting automation systems as well as flexible communication and programming choices.
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Industrial PCs offer a range of processing capabilities, form factors, and certifications that engineers must consider when implementing edge computing strategies in new applications or legacy systems.
Edge devices streamline operations and offer many benefits including enhanced efficiencies and quality of service for industrial manufacturers.
With the drive to digitalization, and trends such as Industrie 4.0, smart manufacturing, and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), industries face challenges such as improving production flexibility and reducing changeover time between production runs.
The SEMI Silicon Manufacturing Group (SMG) reported silicon wafer sales went over the $10 billion mark for the first time since 2008.
The Panel PC FLEX series from ICP Deutschland has a two-part modular design, which offers up to 48 different possibilities for users.
Researchers at Stanford University have developed spin-orbit torque technology designed for data-intensive computing applications like artificial intelligence and machine learning (ML).