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HANNOVER MESSE: Premiere for the Embedded Park

The Embedded Park is celebrating its premiere at HANNOVER MESSE. The latest technologies and developments on the subject Embedded will be presented, ranging from edge computing, embedded vision, software solutions, components and modules to electronic displays.

The exhibitors include OSADL – The community for Open Source in the industry. The Open Source Automation Development Lab (OSADL) eG provides everything that is needed to use, distribute and license open source software components in industrial products. This includes the software itself, but also considers quality, licensing and compliance as well as safety and security aspects. The OSADL business model is based on the principle: Develop once for the use of many.

Deutschmann Automation will present the embedded version of the new UNIGATE FALCON protocol converter series, which is ready for immediate integration. "This will enable integration of Industrial Ethernet or fieldbus interfaces directly into end products, without a housing. Only about 25 mm high when installed, it also fits into confined spaces without the need to modify the electronics. In addition to the well-known embedded solutions of UNIGATE IC/IC2, UNIGATE FALCON Embedded offers an alternative solution when it comes to integrating an Industrial Ethernet or fieldbus interface directly into the end device," says Michael Reiter, Managing Director of Deutschmann Automation.

Smart devices, robots and IIoT applications are based on compact, powerful and energy-efficient electronics. One of the exhibiting companies, PHYTEC, will be demonstrating how these embedded systems can be developed quickly and cost-effectively. Furthermore, it will demonstrate the advantages that companies can gain from development and lifecycle services, including software, security, and device management. "We will also be presenting a new standard for embedded modules that enables upgrades and product variants, and thus creates investment security," says Ralf Orschau, Sales Manager at Phytec Messtechnik GmbH.

The company NET New Electronic Technology GmbH will be presenting the iam smart camera system. The system architecture allows for AI applications with powerful neural networks and rapid image processing algorithms, setting standards for autonomous decision-making. "Integrated hardware acceleration optimizes autonomous decision-making processes. The system's flexibility allows for customizable configurations to suit a variety of applications, giving users the benefits of added efficiency, accuracy, and performance," explains Tim Miller, Product Manager for Industrial Vision.

In the Speakers' Corner of the Embedded Park, experts will provide information about current trends and solutions. The speakers will include Jenny Shern, NexAIoT Co Ltd / NexCOBOT, Ricky Watts, Intel, Robert Albach, Palo Alto Networks, Patrick Hartmann, Phoenix Contact, and Hamza Bilgen, Bosch.



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