CoaXPress Integrates Machine Vision into the Industrial Internet of Things

According to market research, there will be nearly 26 billion devices on the Internet of Things by 2020. While the consumer end of the IoT has been the primary focus of attention, the manufacturing subset of the IoT, known as the Industrial Internet of Things or the IIoT, will witness even more spectacular growth. Manufacturing companies are expected to spend $500 billion a year by 2020 on IIoT technology, and generate value of $15 trillion annually by 2030.

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Durabook Computers Built Tough for In-The-Field Applications

Rugged computers, whether notebooks or tablets, make it possible for individuals to successfully work outside – literally and figuratively – away from an office. They provide versatility and mobility. And most importantly, they are designed and built to operate in environments that commercial computers would never survive, such as a quarry environment.

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Littelfuse Introduces Motor Protection Relays with Wireless Monitoring

Littelfuse Inc., introduced a next-generation motor-protection relay designed to enhance worker safety while allowing for faster, easier control and troubleshooting. The MP8000/MP8100 Series Bluetooth-Enabled Motor Protection Relay allows maintenance personnel to communicate with the relay from up to 30 ft. away using a mobile app.

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Siemens Controller for Fail-Safe Automation Applications

Siemens new Simatic S7-1518-4 PN/DP ODK controller easily handles the most advanced standard and fail-safe automation applications. The controller features a large 13 MB user work memory and up to 32 GB load memory with memory card. It offers a one nanosecond bit performance and six nanosecond performance for floating point arithmetic.

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Rockwell Offers Platform for Hazardous Areas

Manufacturers and industrial operators can now bring devices deployed in hazardous areas into a Connected Enterprise via EtherNet/IP using the new Allen-Bradley Bulletin 1719 Ex I/O platform from Rockwell Automation. With the new platform, users can access data from field devices and more easily control process operations in hazardous areas.

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