Friday, April 5, 2019

Exciter system for Large-Scale Modal Testing.

MB Dynamics, Inc. (MB) has announced its Modal 1000 exciter system for large-scale modal and structural testing.

The MB Modal 1000 can excite sine forces of up to 4000N (900 lbf), with a 2-inch (50 mm) peak-to-peak stroke and 1. 5 m/s peak velocity (60 inches per second), at frequencies from DC to 2000 Hz. Both thermal shutdown protection and overtravel control are provided as standard features.

The unique armature design of the MB Modal 1000 incorporates a “weak” suspension. The suspension may be fine-positioned to the test article using DC current. This is a particularly useful feature within lower-frequency response applications, such as ground vibration testing, where a DC-coupled exciter/amplifier may be in use. The armature’s lower weight further minimizes mass loading effects on the test article while reducing force drop-off at resonance. This avoids test article contamination during parameter extractions at each natural frequency. Additionally, the use of weak suspension means that the armature applies no extra force. Exciter dynamics are therefore de-coupled from measured test article dynamics for improved measurement data integrity.

The MB Modal 1000 exciter system may be used as either a stand-alone unit or paired with an MB P-Series power amplifier. The amplifier is housed within a 750 mm high, 19-inch rack cabinet and operates from 208-240V AC single-phase power. Supporting stingers, used to apply forces to the test article without exciter interference, are also available, measuring hex rod x 400 mm long with ¼-28 threads on each end.

Beyond its unique standard features, the MB Modal 1000 exciter system is offered with several customization options. Among them, the end-user capability to operate supporting amplifiers directly from a PC, allowing for amplifier positioning closer to the exciters. Test reliability is therefore improved, as drive cable lengths are minimized, with reduced risks of diminished force outputs caused by cable voltage drops. Also available is an optional automated ON/OFF exciter cooling package. Here, the cooling package engages only when the exciter heats up, in direct response to increasing levels of requested modal excitation forces. This protects the exciter from overheating, a particularly useful feature when end-users must oversee multiple test setups. As the package only engages when necessary, energy requirements of both the exciter and cooling package are optimized. The cooling package may be further specified with an optional <60 dBA Quiet Enclosure. Other optional accessories include piezoelectric force sensors to 4448 N (1000 lbs.), in tension and compression modes, with 5 mV/lb. (1.1 mV/N) sensitivities; and a supporting accessory kit. Full engineering consulting support is also available upon request, with all services provided by recognized industry experts of more than 35 years.

Typical applications for the MB Modal 1000 exciter system include structural damage detection; larger-scale advanced structural dynamics investigations, of buildings, bridges and commercial aircraft; aerospace ground vibration testing; large-scale experimental modal analysis, incorporating MIMO, MISO, SISO and SIMO techniques; FEM correlation and validation; and smaller-scale structural testing with higher-level vibration inputs.

#MB #PAuto #Test

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Pioneering surface inspection solution.

Ametek Surface Vision is continuing to evolve its highly successful SmartView® surface inspection solution, greatly enhancing production capabilities for manufacturers globally with significant software improvements.
SmartView’s superior performance in detecting surface flaws and defects has enabled it to maintain its position as a market-leading materials inspection solution for three decades. Key to this dominance is the modular system design, supported by an ongoing program of updates that ensures SmartView remains at the forefront of inspection technology.

The SmartView system combines powerful software, state-of-the-art camera technology, high-intensity lighting and unparalleled application engineering services, to deliver a high-performance, automated solution that detects, classifies and visualizes surface defects, and ensures that the highest quality standards are maintained. Existing hardware can be easily switched out to meet the latest technological developments, and Ametek Surface Vision ensures its Windows-based software suite keeps pace, seamlessly integrating into existing systems.

Shean McMahon, Vice President of Research & Development, Ametek Surface Vision, explained: “We realize that real-time control of the manufacturing process is critical to our customers, so this remains key to our system’s performance. 2019 is shaping up to be an exciting year for Surface Vision as we embark on the road to expanding our core technologies.

“We expect the combined impact of new capabilities, novel product designs, and optimizations, all borne out of our significant industry experience, will deliver a paradigm shift in the surface inspection industry and serve up unprecedented value, flexibility, and inspection results to our current and future customers.

“SmartView’s latest design enhancements are immediately visible, making highly detailed surface inspection capabilities achievable, ensuring a long system life without requiring a costly system redesign. These significant upgrades, already available to SmartView users, include a refreshed, more intuitive user interface, parts-per-million data calculations, and developments to SmartView’s ability to detect defects and parallel classification capabilities – and this is just the beginning of our 2019 development program.”

Introduced in the latest upgrade is the Synchronized Web Viewer, which allows multiple views to be displayed simultaneously. It provides the user with total control of the interface, which could help reduce scrap product in the event of a process issue. This enables different process views, or the same view with a variety of queries in grading, using intuitive drop-down menus and customizable windows to help narrow down results with precision.

SmartView’s new Parts Per Million (PPM) application expresses the defect area as a ratio of the total product area. This real-time calculation provides easy visualization of defect density in table and graph formats, making it simpler to identify regions that need closer review.

A number of new processing modes have been added and optimized in SmartView for specific inspection requirements, such as detecting quiet areas on coated products, removal of defects that match a target shape, enhanced repeating defect algorithms, and more.
Classification testing without process interruption

A new Parallel Classification function enables SmartView to run up to four alternate classifiers on an inspection file, enabling seasonal or test classifiers to operate alongside established classifiers. This allows potential changes to be evaluated without interrupting current production inspection.

#inspection @surfacevision #PAuto

Sensors for single use bioreactors.

Emerson’s Rosemount™ 550pH sensor and Rosemount 550DW dissolved oxygen sensor adapter meet the needs of the rapidly growing biopharmaceutical single-use market

The anticipated rapid shift in the life sciences arena from traditional stainless steel bioreactors to new, disposable gamma-irradiated plastic bags used for single-batch processing, has been delayed by the problem of finding reliable, efficient sensors required for vital liquid analysis. Now, Emerson has applied its deep sensor expertise to the creation of new single-use sensor technology, that provides up to 10 times greater sensor stability, reducing risk in process quality and yield for biopharmaceutical manufacturers. The new sensor technology also speeds time-to-market through shortened start-up time, greater ease-of-use and low maintenance.

The new Rosemount™ 550pH single-use sensor and the Rosemount 550DW dissolved oxygen single-use sensor adapter are designed to deliver the same proven stability and performance as Emerson’s stainless steel sensors. The Rosemount 550pH sensor offers the unique capability of being stored wet for immediate verification and standardisation, eliminating the initial stabilisation process, which can generally slow start-up by 30 minutes to two hours.

The life sciences industry is in a transformational period, adjusting to new trends and influences. As the number of blockbuster drugs decreases, many facilities are transitioning from dedicated to multi-product manufacturing facilities, requiring shorter production runs, with faster changeovers. At the same time, many unit operations are switching from stainless steel batch to single-use continuous production, which requires smaller equipment and more flexibility for product changeovers. Responding to these trends puts pressure on plant design, equipment set-up, and utilisation to enable more flexible and faster production. The new Emerson single-use sensor technology responds to this market demand.

“Both end users and bioreactor equipment manufacturers are anxious to take advantage of the cost and quality benefits of single-use biopharmaceutical processing, including a smaller manufacturing footprint, fewer cleaning chemicals, less energy usage and more flexibility in a facility for producing multiple products. However, to achieve those benefits they can’t accept any compromises in the liquid analytical instrumentation that is inserted into the bioreactors,” said Michael Francis, global product manager, Emerson Automation Solutions. “Emerson engineers have designed our new single-use sensors to perform as well as or better than those used in stainless steel bioreactors. Wherever possible, we’ve maintained our industry-standard designs, so that users and OEMs need no additional training to be up and running. At the same time, we’ve added features, like the wet storage, that overcome challenges that have been plaguing single-use processing since its advent. Our customers spoke, and we listened.”

The new Rosemount 550pH sensor is an electrochemical, fully disposable device with sensor stability of less than 0.005 pH change per day, verified by extensive testing. In a field marked by unstable sensors, the Rosemount 550pH sensor provides up to 10 times enhanced stability and requires no maintenance or calibration after initial one-point standardisation.

Since the Rosemount 550pH sensor is stored wet, it overcomes the problem of inserting a dry sensor into the single-use bioreactor, only to discover it’s not working properly and having to discard the entire processing unit to start again. The new sensor is packaged with its own calibration fluid, giving it a two-year shelf life. Wet, one-point standardisation before start-up means that the sensor’s characteristics and functionality are verified before any solutions or buffers are added to the bioreactor bag. It also means that the verified sensor begins measuring immediately after being introduced into the bag with no extensive wait time, thus reducing overall processing time and time to market.

The new Rosemount 550DW dissolved oxygen (DO) sensor adapter is compatible with standard stainless-steel DO sensors and enables placement into the bioreactor single-use bag. Only the gamma-irradiated adapter touches the process solution, meaning the sensor can be reused for multiple batches. The sensor can be air-calibrated prior to start-up to verify functionality, with no fill product needed in the bioreactor.

Both instruments operate with the advanced Rosemount liquid analytical 56 transmitter, known for its intuitive ease-of-use. In addition, the new sensor technologies and the Rosemount 56 transmitter are fully compatible with the Emerson DeltaV™ control system, which is widely used in the life sciences industry.

Francis added: “Emerson has delivered the level of sensor performance demanded by biopharmaceutical processing users in a single-use design that is efficient, highly stable, easy to use and cost-effective.”


 @EMR_Automation  #PAuto  @HHC_Lewis 

Cybersecurity chief apointed.

SolutionsPT has bolstered its cyber security offering with the appointment of cyber security and network expert, Lee Carter.

Lee Carter
“I was attracted to the role at SolutionsPT because it has a suite of leading edge products such as Claroty that are used by some of the most well-known companies around the world and - crucially - it is capable of integrating those product sets to ensure that security, backup, monitoring and availability products all operate in total harmony,” he said.

Previously a Principal Cyber Security Engineer at systems integrator, Capula, Lee has extensive experience of the security requirements of specialist environments such as power generation, utilities and nuclear.

In his new role as Industrial Network and Cyber Security Product Manager Lee will provide consultancy and technical direction to SolutionsPT’s varied client base, carefully monitoring trends in the cyber security space to ensure SolutionsPT’s cyber security offering remains at the cutting edge.

As part of its focus on the growing cyber security market, SolutionsPT has recently added Claroty, the leader in Operational Technology Cyber Security, to its product suite.

Founded and expressly built for OT networks, Claroty delivers Continuous Threat Detection (CTD), providing visibility and vulnerability monitoring, as well as leveraging behavioural analysis techniques to provide on-going real-time threat detection. Users can proactively manage remote access and get an enterprise wide view of their networks, bringing multiple sites or plant locations into one single operations view.


 @SolutionsPT  #PAuto #Cybersecurity

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Carbon dioxide probe.

E+E Elektronik’s new EE872 CO2 probe measures CO2 concentration up to 5% (50000 ppm) and features active pressure and temperature compensation with on-board sensors. The heated, replaceable CO2  sensing module and the long-term stable dual wavelength NDIR operation principle lead to outstanding measurement performance even under harsh and condensing conditions.

With its temperature range -40-60 °C (-40-140 °F), the EE872 is appropriate for most CO2 monitoring applications. The multi-point CO2 and temperature adjustment ensures best accuracy over the entire working range. The probe incorporates the E+E dual-wavelength NDIR CO2 sensor, which is highly insensitive to pollution. Due to auto-calibration, the sensor also shows excellent long-term stability.

On-board sensors compensate the effect of temperature, altitude or weather changes on the COmeasurement. This leads to highly accurate CO2 reading independently of the environmental conditions.

The heating prevents condensation inside the sensing head. Thus, the EE872 is appropriate for use in in high humidity and condensing environment. The modular design facilitates the replacement of the interchangeable, pluggable sensing module.

The robust IP65 stainless steel or plastic enclosure and the replaceable PTFE filter cap provide optimum protection against contamination. With a special catalytic filter, the CO2 probe is suitable for applications with periodic H2O2sterilization.

The EE872 provides the CO2 measured data simultaneously on current and voltage outputs or via RS485 interface with Modbus RTU protocol.

Configuration and adjustment can be performed comfortably with the free configuration software and an optional adapter cable.

• E+E Elektronik products are marketed in Ireland by Instrument Technology.

#epulseat #PAuto @Instrum_Tech

No battery, no wires switch!

ZF has introduced a reference design for an Energy Harvesting Bluetooth Low Energy Switch in a partnership with ON Semiconductor. The design combines ZF’s energy harvesting generator with the industry’s lowest power Bluetooth® 5 radio RSL10 SIP from ON Semiconductor and is the ideal solution for the rapidly growing number of applications for BLE communication.

The generator, incorporated with the RSL10 SIP, enables designers to develop bespoke battery-free and wireless control solutions for a wide range of low cost, low-energy applications. The transmitter is designed for evaluation. For integration into an application the PCB wings can be cut to size.

The reference design works in Advertising Mode with uni-directional uplink communication and offers various pairing options. The operation can be shown via a smartphone app (IOS®: Bluetooth Smart Scanner and Android™: Bluetooth Low Energy Analyzer) which displays all received telegrams.

A supporting demo kit based on the reference design for the Energy Harvesting Bluetooth Low Energy Switch, and ON Semiconductor’s Bluetooth IoT Development Kit (B-IDK) is also available from ON Semiconductor. The kit shows the capabilities of the battery-free and wireless switch in combination with an LED lighting application.

@cherryswitches #PAuto 

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Monitoring air loss in pneumatic systems.

Emerson’s new Aventics AF2 flow sensor monitors air consumption, enabling rapid intervention in the event of leakage, preventing excessive cost and machine breakdown

The Aventics AF2 pneumatic systems flow sensor, introduced by Emerson, monitors energy losses, helping to prevent machine breakdowns and the costs associated with excessive air consumption. The sensor continuously monitors the air consumption in pneumatic systems, enabling compliance with the Energy Management standard DIN ISO 50001. Suitable for use in many industries, the device is just one of many components available from Emerson for networked plants in factory automation, known as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

“The Aventics AF2 series flow sensor is ideally suited to those companies aiming to control and optimise their energy usage,” said Andreas Kliewe, expert for energy management with Emerson’s machine automation business. “The device records the flow rate and compressed air consumption in a system, sending a signal to the controller when pre-set levels are exceeded. This helps avoid excessive energy loss and enables rapid intervention in the event of an issue. After all, the share of energy unit costs in the gross production value is two to three percent – so it’s worth saving here.”

An Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) display on the AF2 provides local indication of all relevant operating and diagnostic data. The flow sensor is available as a NO (normally open) and NC (normally closed) version. Analogue outputs can be switched with a signal from 4 to 20 mA. These signals can be interpreted directly by many controllers.

Another possibility for communication is the IO-Link capability of the sensor and the Ethernet interface, enabling customers to use the optimum device to communicate with existing controllers. OPC UA (Open Platform Communications Unified Architecture) and MQTT (Message Queueing Telemetry Transport), the preferred communications protocols for industry 4.0, are integrated into the AF2 sensor. In addition, the AF2 has a web-based dashboard showing real-time data for the users.

Modular construction ensures easy installation, and small dimensions mean it can be installed where space is limited. The Aventics AF2 is delivered pre-calibrated together with its filter. This saves space as no separate stabilisation distance is required. Furthermore, the sensor-filter combination can be configured in any maintenance unit. The flow sensor is suitable for all common applications and industries such as food and beverage or packaging.

@EMR_Automation #PAuto #IIoT @AVENTICS @HHC_Lewis 

An alliance for the IIoT.

Seven leading suppliers from mechanical engineering, industrial automation and software have announced the foundation of the Open Industry 4.0 Alliance. With this cooperation, the companies want to overcome proprietary solutions and give a decisive boost to the digital transformation of the European industry.

Founding members of the alliance are Beckhoff, Endress+Hauser, Hilscher, ifm, KUKA, Multivac and SAP. In principle, the alliance is open to all companies. Balluff, Gebhardt, Pepperl+Fuchs, Schmidtsche Schack, Samson and WIKA have already joined the alliance as members. All companies are mutually committed to the creation of a standardized and open ecosystem for the operation of highly automated factories and process plants with the integration of logistics and services.

“The open architecture of the Open Industry 4.0 Alliance meets all the requirements of the process industry,” emphasized Matthias Altendorf, CEO of the Endress+Hauser Group speaking at the Hannover Fair. “It is based on standards, ensures transparency across all business processes and guarantees the integrity of the systems. This enables process plant operators to leverage the potential of digitalization.”

The alliance members are planning to realize a so-called Open Industry 4.0 Framework based on existing standards such as I/O Link, OPC UA and RAMI for the entire route from objects in the workshop to services. Customers can choose from a modular system of compatible and scalable solution and service components, such as digital services from Endress+Hauser’s Netilion IIoT ecosystem.

The connection to the SAP software portfolio ensures the integration of a company’s business processes as well as collaboration with partners across company boundaries. The open architecture allows the simple connection of further system landscapes.
#IIoT #PAuto #Industrie4 #HM19

Avionics devices.

Abaco Systems has launched a new family of avionics devices that feature the Thunderbolt™ 3 interface, including Thunderbolt 3-to-PMC/XMC interfacing with ARINC 429 and MIL-STD-1553 protocols.

The new platforms have integrated Thunderbolt 3 to establish a new standard for high-speed, low latency portable devices for a broad range of avionics applications. All of the Thunderbolt 3-equipped products include a rugged, all-aluminum design along with Power-over-Thunderbolt 3 to maximize portability.

The first of the new platforms include
• The RCEI-830A-TB supports up to 16 Tx and 16 Rx ARINC channels with a range of flexible I/O configurations. It provides complete, integrated databus functionality for ARINC 429, ARINC 615-3 dataloader, ARINC 717, ARINC 575 and selected 2-wire, 32-bit protocols. Configurations with ARINC 717 provide support for both ARINC 717 HBP (Harvard Bi-Phase) and BPRZ (Bi-Polar Return to Zero) across a range of bit rate/sub-frame combinations.
• The QPM-1553-TB provides high levels of performance, flexibility and interface density for MIL-STD-1553A/B. Standard features include 1 MByte of RAM per channel, real-time bus playback, aperiodic message insertion, error injection/detection, conditional BC branching, 64-bit, 25 nanosecond message timetagging, and "one-shot" BC operation.

“Increasingly, our customers are finding that their existing portable avionics equipment is becoming obsolete,” said Peter Thompson, Vice President, Product Management at Abaco Systems. “Modern PCs and laptops rarely feature the ExpressCard or PCMCIA interfaces on which our customers have historically relied. While USB and Ethernet theoretically provide alternatives, their inherent latency limits real-time interaction with data, and channel density is limited.”

“Beyond this,” Thompson continued, “recent government-mandated security requirements have presented a challenge to avionics data loader customers in that migrating to newer operating systems and hardware creates significant technical obstacles.”

“Thunderbolt 3 is rapidly becoming the de facto standard for peripherals: 40Gpbs is the fastest PC connection available,” concluded Thompson. “These new products, combined with Abaco’s proven, flexible and easy-to-use software provide new levels of performance and usability, and deliver invaluable tools for any organization involved in bus analysis/simulation, system integration or flight-line - including data loading and maintenance, repair and overhaul - and will provide a clear path forward for our customers.”

In line with Abaco’s commitment to minimizing long term cost of ownership, the new product family is backwards compatible with many existing Abaco avionics devices in its support for Abaco’s feature-rich API and BusTools UI.

@AbacoSys #Avionics

Inductive Safety Sensor.

The new family of safety sensors from Pepperl+Fuchs includes four cylindrical and rectangular series with cable and plug connection.

The sensors are TÜV-certified in accordance with the Machinery Directive (EN 13849) Performance Level PLd, Category 2, and SIL 2. They are used to safeguard machines and plant components as well as for reliable position detection within this environment. Inductive sensors with an increased temperature range, as well as increased EMC resistance and E1 approval for the use of mobile machinery and vehicles in safety-critical areas, round off this new portfolio.

These safety proximity sensors do not require a special coded target and can therefore be used with standard metal actuators. The sensors from Pepperl+Fuchs have no blind zone and can therefore be mounted easily and without any additional adjustment.

The sensors are equipped with standardized OSSD outputs (Output Signal Switching Device) for signals and diagnostics that can be connected to a safety module or a corresponding control panel.

The inductive safety sensors from Pepperl+Fuchs have very high characteristic safety values due to the electronics used. As a result, the regular functional inspections are required significantly less often, and integration into the safety loop is notably more straightforward.

 @PepperlFuchs #PAuto

Pressure alert!

Emerson’s new IIoT-enabled Aventics PE5 pressure sensor alerts for excessive compressed air leaks, pressure drops and power supply issues before they become major issues.

Pressure losses in pneumatic systems can be costly and affect machine efficiency. The new Aventics PE5 pressure sensor from Emerson measures systems losses and will alert when the leakage rate exceeds a pre-determined value. This enables excessive leaks to be diagnosed early and addressed, before they become a major issue. The sensor has two digital outputs, or one digital and one analogue output. An IO-Link connection makes it simple to connect to an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) network. The sensor can be fitted on new installations or easily added to an existing machine.

“Pneumatic system leaks can become a major issue for companies using lots of compressed air,” said Dieter Michalkowski, IIoT specialist with Emerson’s machine automation business. “Excessive leakage can lead to the need for larger compressors, or compromised machine performance. This new sensor addresses that issue in a simple and easy to implement way.”

When the machine is switched off, the Aventics PE5 sensor measures pressure loss over time. If the pressure drops faster than desired, a local alert is set, and a signal can be sent via the analogue or digital outputs. The local alert consists of a change in display colour from green to red. To trigger a maintenance task or to automatically generate a work order, the analogue and digital signals can be sent to a PLC or other network. The analogue output can be switched between a current or voltage signal – the user has full control over the set points. Thus, the IO-Link connection offers additional set-up and diagnostic options. The local display also shows how much faster the pressure has dropped than expected.

@EMR_Automation #PAuto @AVENTICS

Field application engineers appointed.

Anglia has expanded its Field Applications Engineering (FAE) team with the addition of two experienced electronics engineers.

Johan Thomas
Based in the North of England, Johan Thomas will work with customers designing in Analog Devices products, and Joshua Barton will support customers with STMicroelectronics parts.

Commenting, John Bowman said, We need high calibre people to maintain the exceptional customer service for which we are known. We are excited to bring Johan and Joshua onto the team, and know that they have the knowledge and experience to add real value to customers’ designs. Anglia is still expanding its customer facing team, and we are seeking further FAEs and field sales engineers.”

Joshua Barton
Based in Manchester, Johan Thomas has a background in designing PCBs and developing embedded software for a variety of different technologies from inception to manufacturing. Specifically, he brings Anglia customers valuable experience in designing to EMC requirements within tight constraints. He joins from Atmos International, specialists in pipeline technology, where he spent nearly five years as an Electronic Engineer. He holds a First in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from Manchester Metropolitan University.

Joshua Barton lives in Hull and is an experienced electronic design engineer with a background in the marine/subsea industry. He spent almost five years at Neptune Solar, leaders in underwater transducers. There he developed his skills in both digital and analogue electronics. He has a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from University of York.

@angliaComponent #PAuto @neeshampr

Monday, April 1, 2019

The Benefits of 5G in The Factory.

The arrival of 5G technology presents the manufacturing industry with its biggest transformation yet. Safer, flexible and more efficient manufacturing systems will be possible thanks to the ultra-low-latency and reliability of wireless 5G connectivity. In this whitepaper, HMS explains the benefits of 5G in the factory and the impact on smart manufacturing.

HMS Networks has released this white paper exploring the benefits of 5G technology in the factory. The whitepaper provides an overview of 5G’s future-proof potential for connected industries and outlines some of the main building blocks of 5G, which will contribute to enable the fourth industrial revolution.

During the last 30 years, the industry has automated everything which can be automated in the factory using wired technology. With 5G, the remaining parts can be automated and included in industrial real-time flows. Industry 4.0 and smart manufacturing are all about the integration of logistics, material handling and factory automation. 5G is a key enabler of this integration.

Titled, “The Benefits of 5G in The Factory”, the white paper provides an overview of 5G technology as an emerging trend and future standard in the manufacturing and industrial automation industry. It also touches on the challenges and future directions of 5G and how it will affect the factories of the future.

“The industrial world is undergoing its fourth revolution, and the goals are to increase flexibility, increase automation and improve productivity, while also maintaining a high degree of safety and sustainability” says Dr. Jens Jakobsen, Development Manager at HMS Labs (HMS-entity which focuses on technologies for the future). Dr Jakobsen continues “Using 5G is the perfect solution for enabling smart wireless connectivity in the factory, with key features such as massive machine type communications, real time control of machines, increased human/robot interactions and edge cloud analytics“.

@hmsnetworks #PAuto #5G