The webinar covers the advantages of latest USB technology, such as its high bandwidth, low latency, and ability to power devices. It also explores how USB can be integrated into machine vision systems, including image capture and transfer. The webinar provides examples of real-world applications of USB in machine vision, such as industrial automation, medical imaging, and more. Attendees will get to know Infineon's portfolio of USB Peripheral Controllers for SuperSpeed.
This webinar explores the principles of heat transfer, how they apply to thermal gap filler materials and what can impact the performance of a gap filler.
The next edition of the intrinsic safety standard IEC 60079-11, published in January 2023, has some significant changes that may impact the safety and compliance requirements of electrical equipment in explosive atmospheres. CSA Group is hosting a webinar to help you navigate the changes and ensure compliance with the latest standards and regulations. In addition, the webinar will enable you to understand the impact of the changes on your existing products and prepare for the transition from edition 6 to edition 7 and future product developments.
Electromechanical design isn’t getting any easier. Increasingly complex circuit board designs and their related components need to integrate flawlessly with information from the mechanical domain to get the product to market on time and in-budget. To make that happen, it’s critical that ECAD and MCAD engineers collaborate throughout the entire product design cycle, regardless of the design tools they use.
The latest leading-edge product design tools enable an MCAD-ECAD collaboration environment that enables Electronic and Mechanical design teams to work together throughout the entire design process. This webinar will describe how the consistent and continuous communication channel keeps design teams synchronized as they work. By keeping MCAD and ECAD engineers working within their own systems’ comfort zone, tightly integrated CAD tools ensure that designs are up-to-date and accurate and that time-consuming rework and re-spins are avoided, thereby improving project profitability. We’ll help you identify ways to apply concurrent design to product development to bring more complex, sustainable products to market faster.
From the current state of digitalization and connectivity to the future state of self-optimized systems, the smart factory’s trajectory is a thrilling one. But how do we make this thrilling vision a reality? Join SICK’s William Fisher, Supervisor, Digital Technical Consultant, as he breaks down the steps to get there.
Navigating government compliance when it comes to rare earth elements for permanent magnets can be confusing. Besides the usual requirements for ITAR and DFARS, there are additional regulations from the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA)/John McCain Act, as well as licensing pitfalls to avoid. In this webinar, we’ll review terms, explain the various regulations and help you learn where to find regulation and legislation, points data should be protected, and properly vet suppliers to ensure your relationship with your aerospace, defense and government customers is protected.
The development of the global hydrogen economy requires significant investment in infrastructure, including production, storage, and distribution. The hydrogen economy is expected to grow significantly by 2030, with increased adoption of hydrogen in transportation, power generation, and other industries.
This webinar will review the suite of hydrogen solutions HSB has to offer to fulfill your inspection needs for every stage of the hydrogen life cycle process.
Proper process flow meter sizing and installation is required to maintain the manufacturers flow meter accuracy specification. This workshop will provide a review of accuracy vs. repeatability including ideal vs. installed accuracy, piping straight run considerations including the different types of flow disturbances, calibration of meters in air or actual gas and the options available to eliminate accuracy issues in process flow measurement.
In this webinar, we will discuss the process of carbon capture, transmission, sequestration, and the role of engineered check valves in these processes.
As SG Micros components can fit into almost all applications in the industrial space, the presentation will give an overview about the portfolio and the breadth of specifications. Additionally, the presenters will talk about the investment areas where the portfolio will grow in the future.
Created in partnership with ARDUINO, Finder’s OPTA combines Finder’s industrial experience with ARDUINO’s technological innovation, for a truly unique product. The new Programmable Logic Relay (PLR) provides a flexible and reliable solution for simple applications in industrial automation, OEM and building automation sectors.
This webinar will focus on Smiths Interconnects' newly space qualified KVPX Backplane Connector. KVPX connectors are qualified to EEE-INST-002 Level 1 and are equipped with Hypertac® space-qualified 0.4 mm hyperboloid sockets and provide immunity to shock and vibration fretting, numerous linear paths of contact, low-forces, high mating cycles, and a self-wiping cleaning action that results in consistently better integrity in extreme environments.
Test equipment is a data acquisition for simulation, validation and diagnostic tool for testing a variety of electronics in various industries, including defense and aerospace, automotive, industrial automation, among others. It is a computerized machinery that uses test instruments to carry out and evaluate the results of functionality, performance, quality, and stress tests performed on electronic devices and systems.
For over a century, lubricants have been essential for efficient operation of machines that are critical for modern life. As the world pursues a lower carbon future, premium basestocks can play a significant role in helping to improve both energy efficiency and productivity. Industrial lubricants based on SpectraSynTM and SpectraSyn EliteTM PAO technology can unlock not only a reduced total cost of ownership (TCO) versus conventional incumbents, but also increase energy efficiency and therefore reduce associated energy consumption.
In this presentation, we will discuss the market trends and conditions leading towards the increased adoption of synthetic-based industrial lubricants along with examples illustrating the economic and sustainability benefits of designing synthetic industrial lubricants using SpectraSynTM and SpectraSyn EliteTM PAO technology. To support our customers and the industrial lubricants market, ExxonMobil is dedicated to creating sustainable solutions that improve quality of life and meet society’s evolving needs.
The manufacturing industry faces new opportunities, challenges, and trends each year, captured in Fictiv's annual State of Manufacturing survey of industry leaders. Join Fictiv CEO Dave Evans and a select panel of industry experts as we unpack and discuss the survey findings that will help you navigate 2023 and beyond!
The fundamentals of the ceramic resonator RF and microwave filter design are critical to support applications from UHF to C-Band. Smiths Interconnect experts will address the key components of ceramic resonator filter designs that provide the specific electrical performance of these components.
This webinar is an exploration of the technology behind 60GHz Fixed Wireless Access systems and their benefits.
SemiNex will be showcasing the patented triple junction laser diode and array technologies that can provide hundreds to kilowatts of lasing power for advanced rangefinder, ToF and flash LiDAR. The eye-safe 1,550 nm triple junction can easily outperform its 905 nm counterpart in the signal-to-noise ratio, detection capability and range. Our small form-factor and low-cost laser diode solution is the best alternative solution to a bulky and high-cost fiber laser for autonomous vehicles. Also released, the latest Semiconductor Optical Amplifier (SOA) products provide a high-gain and high-saturation output power, which can enable long-range FMCW LiDAR with coherent detection.
When purchasing dust collection systems and filter cartridges, the initial purchase price is just the tip of the iceberg. The true costs – energy, consumables and operations – lurk below the surface. This webinar helps you understand the total cost of ownership of a dust collector and focuses on the areas where the greatest cost savings can be achieved over the long term.
It used to be that interfacing with a robot was only possible through programming, and it required dedicated staff to configure them. That is no longer the case. Smart factories provide enterprise-wide reporting which can be accessed on the go with a mobile device. Adaptable software means anyone with access can retask or monitor the machinery. And advanced HMIs are giving more options on how to control machinery. Meanwhile, AR/VR and artificial intelligence are poised to contribute even more.
Almost every manufacturer faces operational and market pressures that make sustainability an elusive target. Chemetall understands these challenges and will discuss a pathway through collaboration of achieving sustainability goals within manufacturing processes.
The growing ubiquity of industrial robots promises to transform industry forever. But first, factory engineers need to make the challenging decisions about which automation technologies are right for their facility. What type of robot do we need? What are the challenges to integrating the machines into production? And how do we maximize the productivity? Let this insightful conversation from industry leaders help inform your decision making.
Join Rutronik and Infineon to explore applications and technology trends driving Bluetooth® Low Energy (LE) adoption in the IoT market, and discover how the newly-launched Rutronik Development Kit RDK3, based on Infineon's PSoC™ 64 secured microcontroller with integrated Bluetooth® LE radio, can help shorten your development time.
Discover Infineon's perspective of this fast-changing market and solutions to address it. As a semiconductor manufacturer, we are familiar with thermal management systems from different Tiers and OEMs worldwide and derive challenges and needs from collected data. The result: a dedicated product portfolio and solution offerings which will be explored in this presentation.
Innovations in mechanical and digital technologies have yielded accurate and simplified control for most industrial robots. The motors and actuators of today’s machines are high-precision, energy efficient designs that typically are optimized with drives and sensing equipment. Robotics can be synchronized and streamlined in new, imaginative ways. In other instances, magnetics are creating a highly adaptable means of material handling. And there’s even more to unlock with a digital enterprise that is actively monitoring each machine.
Every batch of electronic assemblies requires at least two things: a stencil to print solder paste through and a pick and place program to place parts. With 25 million new product introductions, that is a lot of pick and place programs as well as stencil foils that need to be created. This webinar will discuss the challenges of creating electronic assembly stencils from the experience of a stencil manufacturer and their design software partner. We recommend this webinar to process and manufacturing engineers involved in the stencil design process who would benefit from learning from a stencil vendor that produces thousands of stencils every year.
The MOTIX™ 6EDL71xx are three-phase smart gate drivers for three-phase brushless DC motor or permanent magnet synchronous motor drive applications. Designers can exploit the SPI interface bus to provide both detailed fault reporting and flexible parameter settings such as gain options for current sense amplifiers and slew rate control of the gate drivers.
A confluence of factors has created a global phenomenon: a vast shortage of laborers to fill roles on factory floors and high demand for the skills that help manufacturers grow and innovate. Robots can replace many of the labor-intensive tasks previously done by humans, often with better efficiency. New concepts in training and maintenance are reducing the number of programmers and technicians required to support these technologies. Finally, new business models potentially open this opportunity up to manufacturers of all sizes.
There is more to a direct sampling RF front end than simply an antenna connected to a data converter, but what happens between these two components can feel like magic. How do we make a black box that takes information from the antenna, selects information of interest, and conditions the signal so it can be digitized by a data converter? Join us for this webinar as we walk through the building blocks of a direct sampling RF front end and discuss avoiding common pitfalls and misconceptions that can occur when designing and selecting components for the RF front end.
The development of an electrical propulsion system is just one aspect of developing an overall system architecture. Siemens has created specific libraries to allow deep dives into individual components and empower system-level analyses within the framework of a virtual integrated aircraft model. This can be used to run verification cases to address each of the green aviation development challenges.