Powering devices over Ethernet cabling seems easy, but there’s more to it than meets the eye. In this article, Eddie Insam explains how it all works. So you’ve designed a brand new Ethernet-based device. Perhaps it’s a clock, a weather … Continue reading →
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VanZandt/Eagle Automation joins the partner program at FreeWave to expand IIoT into the energy marketplace. VanZandt Controls/Eagle Automation has become a value-added distributor for FreeWave Technologies. VanZandt/Eagle is a leading company in valve automation, flow measurement, controls, and instrumentation. The...
Volvo Implements IoT Network Creating Smart Factories and Joining Industry-Wide Push
BRE will Integrate BrainChip’s AkidaTM Neural Processors in High Performance Applications
BRE will integrate BrainChip’s AkidaTM Neural Processors in high-performance applications. Blue Ridge Envisioneering (BRE) a space and defense engineering contractor is collaborating with BrainChip a Neuromorphic AI chip manufacturer on a variety of high-performance applications. The new devices are going...
IoT and Smart Agriculture
Continuing the Green Revolution Innovations in the industrial Internet-of-Things (IoT) promise to change farming—they can increase production, lower costs, create sustainable solutions, and optimize usage of dwindling resources. With the implementation of the new technologies in this article, agriculture could...