Dr Mike Coulson, Analogue Design Manager at ASIC design and supply company Swindon Silicon Systems, explains how custom ICs for position sensors are helping to deliver speed, accuracy and cost savings to industrial automation. Numerous industries are embracing the ‘4.0’ paradigm, which frames the adoption of various digital technologies as a fourth industrial revolution.
With a new ultra-wideband (UWB) PHY Test Suite for the R&S CMP200 radio communication tester, Rohde & Schwarz now offers a PHY Conformance Test Tool (PCTT) to support conformance testing of the UWB PHY layer as specified by the FiRa Consortium.
In today’s ever-evolving business climate, manufacturers of all sizes are looking for ways to address the challenges posed by economic, supply chain, and geopolitical uncertainty. More than ever, companies must remain nimble and prioritize resiliency to achieve sustained success. That’s why we’re committed to making our customers’ manufacturing workflows easier, faster, and more reliable.
The pneumatic gripper is the first in the world to have certified safe gripping force maintenance. Those, who are looking for a powerful, yet versatile gripper will be well taken care of by the new PGL-plus-P.
Kontron, a leading global provider of IoT/Embedded Computing Technology (ECT), introduces the D3723-R mITX industrial motherboard at embedded world 2022, based on the AMD Ryzen Embedded R2000 line, which was developed in Germany and will also be produced there in the future.
FANUC’s AI Servo Monitor provides machine health data and analysis to maximize uptime. Downtime is the enemy of profitability in manufacturing, which is why FANUC, a leading global automation solutions provider, has introduced a new Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) software designed to prevent production problems before they happen.
TDK Corporation (TSE:6762) announces that the InvenSense ICP-20100, the latest generation of the SmartPressure MEMS Barometric Pressure Sensors, is now in mass production and has been certified by NextNav. Launched in 2021, the NextNav Certified process independently verifies the InvenSense sensor accuracy measurements, by engaging directly with component manufacturers to rigorously test sensors in real world operating scenarios.