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John Deere Debuts Autonomous Tractor: “One Giant Robot”
The 8R tractor is a step towards solving labor and productivity challenges, but the move to autonomous farming is a five-stage journey.
Mar 2nd, 2022
Peer-to-Peer FAQ: AI, Machine Vision, and Smart Instrument Sensors
Get up to speed with the basics of machine vision and smart instrument sensors, as well as how data from these sensors can be used by artificial intelligence to improve operations.
Feb 1st, 2022
Industrial Sensors Boost Vineyard Data
Bouchaine Vineyards deploys Cisco Industrial Asset Vision sensors to collect temperature, light, humidity, wind, and water data throughout the growing season.
Oct 26th, 2021
Wireless Network for Manufacturing Offers the Reliability of Wired IO-Link
The use of wireless in manufacturing plants is still met with a good deal of skepticism today. Much of this doubt is based on experience with traditional wireless, which is simply not reliable because it’s neither fast enough nor scalable.
Apr 20th, 2021
Sensor Fusion: The Swiss Army Knife of Digitalization
With the proper communication protocols and network architecture in place, smart sensor technology and the data it provides can be the bulwark on which digital transformation is built.
Jan 25th, 2021
Smarter Food Safety Relies on More Data, Compute Power
Demand is rising for improved precision in food inspection. Food producers are taking advantage of the data and processing capabilities in their systems to not only improve food safety, but also to work toward improved traceability.
Oct 28th, 2020
Focusing on High-Speed and Accuracy in Machine Vision
The term machine vision covers an array of products with varying capabilities, that’s why it’s important to understand the range of functions you’ll need in a camera to address your particular production requirements.
Oct 9th, 2020
A Cannabis Equipment Supplier Turns to Automation to Extract CBD at Commercial Scale
Precision Extraction Solutions’ new CBD extraction equipment uses modular systems and PC-based controls from Beckhoff Automation to enable reliable, high-performance large-scale processing.
Aug 27th, 2020
Compressed Air Measurement Helps Reduce Energy Use
Installing Festo’s E2M energy efficiency modules helped medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturers tackle their environmental footprint, not only saving money but using the data to provide predictive maintenance as well.
Aug 18th, 2020
Technology Steps Forward for Social Distancing
As more manufacturers are allowed to resume production amid the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping their workers distanced will be key to keeping them healthy. Here are some innovations to help achieve that.
May 28th, 2020
New Technologies Feed the Hunger for Information
Trying to keep up with productivity, quality, safety, sustainability, and other industry demands, food and beverage plants are turning increasingly to the innovations found in today’s sensor instrumentation.
May 19th, 2020
Cloud-Connected Radar Level Sensor
Endress+Hauser has released the Micropilot FWR30, its first cloud-connected radar level sensor which it claims is the world’s first 80 GHz wireless sensor.
May 11th, 2020
Advice on IoT Sensor Selection
As one of the cornerstones of the Industrial Internet of Things, intelligent sensors are a critically important technology to understand—from their embedded intelligence capabilities and cost factors to their wired vs wireless and security considerations.
Apr 7th, 2020
Radar Overcomes Price Constraints for Water/Wastewater Industry
Advocating radar technology as the better ultrasonic, Vega demonstrates how its radar sensors outperform under a variety of temperature, gas, pressure, and environmental conditions.
Feb 19th, 2020
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