The move to e-mobility comes with significant demands. Using electricity exclusively for both motive power and auxiliary features introduces entirely new electromechanical architectures and sub-systems into the automotive domain.
March 03, 2022 by TDK Electronics
This paper outlines the key architectural considerations required for the successful operation of smart devices within an IIoT infrastructure with a focus on the software that runs on the device.
August 31, 2021 by Siemens Digital Industries Software
The global condition-based monitoring (CbM) market has experienced significant growth over the past few years, and it will likely only continue to grow in the near future. This growth coincides with the rapid advancement of MEMS accelerometers for use in vibration sensing applications, now rivaling the once-dominant piezoelectric (or PZT) accelerometer.
August 31, 2021 by Analog Devices
This white paper displays how the Tanner flow simplifies the design and verification process of Analog/Mixed-Signal design. It also describes how the user can verify design functionality, connectivity, and performance at all levels of the design hierarchy and for all integrated circuit (IC) applications.
August 12, 2021 by Siemens Digital Industries Software
In this white paper, the reader will learn how the Calibre tools provide enhanced verification and fill optimization that can drastically reduce the number of simulations required. It also discusses how the tools achieve the aforementioned while still ensuring designs will perform reliably in conformance with their design specifications over the lifetime of the products in which they are used.
August 03, 2021 by Siemens Digital Industries Software
Source control systems have become ubiquitous in the IT world but have not become a major component of operational technology (in particular, PLC programming). There is an increasing, popular movement in the industrial controls world to bring modern source control systems to PLC programming.
April 14, 2021 by Copia Automation
Designing a critical infrastructure system today presents a host of safety, security, and security challenges, in addition to implementing a connection to the Internet of Things (IoT). Now more than ever, companies must develop a robust IoT critical infrastructure plan to ensure competitive differentiation, optimize their operations, and transform their businesses digitally.
April 04, 2021 by Wind River