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Centralized management of edge computing across sites delivers substantial efficiency gains.

Benefits and potential of edge computing

Industrial edge computing can mean data are processed locally and never leave the site, or data can be …

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Manufacturing

High Fidelity Vibration Acquisition Platform for Condition Monitoring

Recent advancements in MEMS technology have pushed accelerometer sensors to the forefront, rivaling piezoelectric sensors in condition-based monitoring …

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Balluff Long Distance Positioning System

Long Distance Positioning System (LDPS)

New technology provides reliable, intelligent and adaptable position measurement over several hundred meters in harsh environmental conditions.

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Industry 4.0 Technologies

Technology solutions powering the 4th Industrial Revolution

Industry 4.0 has been a decade in the making but even now the technology is progressing at a …

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Industry 4.0 data generated by sensors and digital systems allow businesses to more effectively monitor processes taking place in the physical world.

Industry 4.0: the next step in smart manufacturing

Inside the innovations leading the Industry 4.0 manufacturing transformation, there is an emergence at the sensor-driven level. For …

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Thanks to shorter latency, automated guided vehicles can be safely operated in large numbers even at higher speeds.

Wi-Fi 6: boost in efficiency for industrial applications?

The question is not whether, but how IEEE 802.11ax (also known as Wi-Fi 6) and 5G are driving …

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The digital twin accompanies a machine through each stage of its lifecycle – from development and commissioning to ongoing operation.

Digital twins create the perfect match

In the words of the Greek philosopher, Aristotle: “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” …

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Customer-specific interface solutions for a control cabinet: René Heiden, Operations Manager at SUATEC (right), in conversation with Guido Steenbock, Sales Engineer at HARTING Germany.

Individualisation of mass production core for Industry 4.0

At the highest level of “hard customisation” driven by the goals of Industry 4.0, customer-specific interfaces are developed …

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