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The Impact of the IoT Demystified
July 21, 2017

The Impact of the IoT Demystified

By Cees Links, Qorvo
The IoT (Internet of Things) is a modern-day buzzword with lofty expectations to have a profound impact on society. But what is it, how will we use it and what will that impact be?

Powering the Internet of Things with MQTT
January 06, 2017

Powering the Internet of Things with MQTT

By Ming Fong, Schneider-Electric Software
Even though MQTT was designed prior to this age of IoT, its characteristics meet the requirements of IoT and have full advantage of being adopted into the IoT space. This paper provides an insight into the MQTT protocol.

Supercar Engine Assembly Optimized by Manufacturing Execution System
August 04, 2016

Supercar Engine Assembly Optimized by Manufacturing Execution System

This document summarizes the manufacturing execution system (MES), or manufacturing operations management (MOM) solution implemented by a leading Automotive manufacturer to manage the complex assembly of the engine for their new Supercar.

Transforming the Light Curtain
July 22, 2013

Transforming the Light Curtain

By Tyler Glieden, SICK
By reducing the need for physical guards and barriers, light curtains can increase the maintainability of the equipment they are protecting. Light curtains using pattern and object recognition require fewer sensors and less wiring while providing a safety solution that’s secure.

January 09, 2012

Assessing PROFIenergy's potential

By PROFIBUS Nutzerorganisation e. V. (PNO)

PROFIenergy is a Profile of the real-time Industrial Ethernet protocol PROFINET, developed in response to calls from the AIDA group of automotive manufacturing companies for an open, standardized method of controlling energy consumption in automation systems. This white paper will quantify the energy saving possibilities of PROFIenergy and assess its deployment opportunities.

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December 29, 2011

Addressing the Challenges of Functional Safety in the Automotive and Industrial Markets

Embedded Computing Design, December 2011

By Freescale Semiconductor

The focus on safety-critical applications in both the automotive and industrial markets is significantly growing, bringing new and added pressures to systems engineers as they work to solve safety challenges. Registration required to read paper.

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