Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) has announced its participation in Hannover Messe to be held at the Hannover Exhibition Centre from May 30 to June 2, 2022. ADI will demonstrate its latest solutions driving the digitisation of factory, process and building enterprises. Visitors will be able to explore how ADI technology is bringing intelligence, situational awareness, and connectivity to the factory and beyond.
ADI’s stand (Hall 9, Stand H23) will feature live demonstrations across its broad portfolio of technologies, including:
ADI enables the complete digitalisation of industrial automation through its Chronous Ethernet solutions, robust IO-Link interface technologies, and Ethernet switch technologies. By combining these capabilities, users can seamlessly connect their network edge to the cloud while leveraging key measurements and data-driven insights across their assets.
ADI’s OtoSense Quality Control solution provides intelligence at the edge of any production line, capturing insight on manufactured parts and manufacturing processes as a key component of digitising manufacturing. By combining sensing, edge processing, and Ethernet connectivity, this demo will illustrate how ADI’s OtoSense technology enables the translation of vibration and sound data to intelligent, actionable insights in a low-cost and robust system, in an environment controlled by industrial automation.
Digitalisation is transforming what we expect out of buildings and infrastructure. Through a combination of smoke and vision sensors, software configurable inputs and outputs (IOs), and Ethernet connectivity, this demo showcases a system capable of unifying data sources, enabling building managers to access real-time data across facilities and gain a holistic view of building performance.
In the drive for flexible manufacturing, robotic systems are becoming ever more capable. Visitors will be able to see how high accuracy depth sensing based on ToF (Time of Flight) enables pinpoint robot accuracy along with safety capabilities. ADI’s Trinamic technology, easily deployed in gripping and other end effectors, allows robots to interact more precisely with the world around them. The result is enabling designers to create robotic subsystems more rapidly while delivering the ease-of-use manufacturers require.