Internet of Things

Powelectrics Metron IoT solution helps Vectec customers combat fuel theft

Vectec have developed a fuel theft detection system using Powlectrics Metron4 telemetry, for customers who store fuel at unmanned sites, protecting them from both theft and clean-up costs. Vectec, established 1994, specialise in all aspects of diesel fuel storage, adblue storage, petrol storage, fuel dispensing and fuel management. More here. …

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Powelectrics is celebrating its 30th anniversary!

Yes! October marks 30 years since Powelectrics Ltd was formed! The company is celebrating its three decades of evolution from respected sensor distributor to an end-to end IIoT solution provider, supplying proprietary m2m hardware and software and interfacing with a wide range of third party clouds and kit. Powelectrics was …

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Design and Development Centre in Munich offers customised solutions

Under the overall term “Design & Manufacturing Services” (DMS), Advantech operates a European competence and development centre in Germering near Munich, offering customer-specific solutions for many industries and markets. With the world’s broadest technology and product portfolio in the embedded IoT industry as a starting point, local expertise enables customised …

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Renesas appoints Andreas Hammer as VP of European Sales for the IoT and Infrastructure Business Unit

Renesas today announced the appointment of Andreas Hammer as Vice President of Sales for the IoT and Infrastructure Business Unit in Europe, effective 1 October 2020. “Renesas continues its focus on the global industrial, IoT, and telecom infrastructures markets, and Europe is a key region driving this business and innovation …

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Powelectrics telemetry is used for flood and ecosystem protection in rural France

Tournesol Property Care in Charente, western France offer property management services, specialising in expat properties, often second homes or holiday rentals, so that occupants are left stress-free to enjoy their time in this beautiful region. They manage and maintain a former water mill, now a cherished home. The mill still …

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New partnership offers a competitive Edge

Mitsubishi Electric and Stratus Technologies are working together to build futureproof IIoT solutions. The combination of Mitsubishi Electric’s MAPS software suite and Stratus’ ztC Edge platform delivers flexibility, advanced functions and continuous availability making the setup particularly suitable for plants running continuous processes and operations. Merging Information Technology (IT) and …

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New eBook from Mouser, with STMicroelectronics, offers expert opinions on developing smart home devices

Mouser Electronics has announced a new eBook produced in collaboration with STMicroelectronics that explores strategies for overcoming challenges facing designers of smart home devices. In 7 Experts on Designing Commercially Successful Smart Home Devices, subject matter experts from industry-leading companies such as Microsoft, Cisco, and Ingersoll Rand offer their perspectives …

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Agility the key in IIoT innovation, says Advantech

Agile innovation in the area of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) will be the key in driving forward digital transformation in industrial applications into 2021 and beyond. That was the message delivered by Advantech IIoT President, Linda Tsai, to more than 2,000 delegates at the company’s first ever Global …

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Advantech and BrainCreators announce an edge solution for visual inspection and observation

BrainCreators and Advantech have announced an edge solution for automating visual inspection and observation. The end-to-end solution will combine the edge computing technology of Advantech with the BrainMatter platform for intelligent automation based on AI. This allows BrainMatter to perform automated tasks on-the-edge of innovative Internet of Things (IoT) devices …

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Spilling the tea on factory connectivity

How many steps does it take to make a cup of tea? Before those tiny leaves make their way to your mug, they have been rolled, fermented, sieved, inspected and bagged in a factory — not to mention the process of adding strings, tags and specialist packaging. Automation has done …

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