With Industry 4.0, embedded developers are seeking new and optimized solutions that allow for the offloading of real-time critical tasks from the processor, while enabling more diagnostics, predictive maintenance and AI, and secured systems. Join us for this webinar as we dive into the components and system solutions available for Industry 4.0.
At the heart of Industry 4.0 are smart factories which enable maximized performance, assurance of high quality, reduced risk of human error, optimizations through data analysis, and minimized downtime with predictive maintenance.
With the potential that Industry 4.0 brings, it's easy to see why embedded developers are seeking new and optimized solutions that allow for the offloading of real-time critical tasks from the processor, while enabling more diagnostics, predictive maintenance and AI, and secured systems.
Join us for this webinar as we dive into the components and system solutions available for Industry 4.0. We will look closely at the hardware required, including features of industrial microcontrollers that serve as the brains behind motor control, intelligence, secure communication and data processing. We will specifically look at the new XMC7000 single/dual-core Arm® Cortex®-M7 solution from Infineon that brings added memory, support for hardware security, and delivers a comprehensive set of advanced peripherals, real-time control, and the ability to operate in high ambient environments. We will also explore software solutions that enable sophisticated motor control, including ModusToolbox™ software for a common development experience across platforms.
Lastly, we will see a robotic arm demo video that shows the purpose-built XMC7000 industrial MCU in action.
- Explore how Industry 4.0 is driving smarter solutions with a focus on motor control, communication and security
- Discover ideal component and system solutions for Industry 4.0
- Experience an overview of the XMC7000 industrial MCUs from Infineon
- Learn about the different software and tools available
- Watch a demo of a robotic arm using XMC7000
Jahangir Mansoori has more than 16 years of experience in the industrial and automotive industries. He has held different technical positions focusing on powertrain, safety and motor control based microcontroller application. He holds a Master’s Degree in embedded system and engineering in electronics and telecommunication.
Paul Zoeteweij joined EBV Elektronik in November 2020 as a field application engineer. He has a degree in electrical engineering from the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences. He started his career at an IoT startup company where he developed asset tracking devices for low power high volume IoT applications. After a successful buyout of this startup company Zoetewejj started working as a product owner for the development of ground penetrating radar systems at a large construction company. It is his passion and drive to help engineers find the optimal semiconductor solution for their technical problems and innovations.