Industry 4.0 Tag

STSPIN by STMicroelectronics
It’s often not easy for designers of Industry 4.0 and other high-end consumer electronic systems to identify the right components for their applications. They need something that delivers the flexibility and power of a microcontroller-based motor drive with the convenience, simplicity and space-efficiency of a single chip. Furthermore, they have to be cost-efficient at the same time. With the STSPIN32F0, STMicroelectronics provides a motor control system in package that offers exactly what engineers are looking for. As a pioneer in the field of motor and motion control ST is ableRead More
OPC UA Publisher Subscriber
First products are using the latest OPC specification called OPC Unified Architecture (UA) v1.04. This interoperability standard enables new opportunities to increase the efficiency of and further automate production lines and systems. Reason enough to take a deep dive on the specification, its features and application scenarios. From OPC Classic over OPC UA… The first specification from the OPC Foundation released in 1996 and referred to as “OPC Classic” enabled secure and reliable exchange of data in the industrial automation space and other industries. The group of client/server standards enabledRead More
tsn opc ua
Guest blog from Sebastian Sachse When talking to industrial automation experts, it becomes obvious pretty fast that they have high hopes for OPC UA TSN. The hopes are based on concepts and technologies still under development. But this is about to change. The ability of OPC UA TSN to meet communication requirements from the field level up to the ERP level under real-world conditions has been proven by TSN network specialists. The way is paved for OPC UA TSN to become the enabler for Industrial IoT applications. Intensive field testingRead More
Le Connected Camp startups
It’s always the smallest problems that drive us nuts sometimes. People – and you are probably one of those – are frequently confronted with situations when they say: ‘One should indeed invent something for this!’ Who hasn’t yet thought of being an inventor who solves a problem of millions of people with a small but brilliant idea? But in the overwhelming majority of cases it remains only a thought. Does that sound familiar to you? Not as like with the startups we’d like to introduce here in this article. HumanRead More
Embedded World 2017
Embedded World 2017 in Nuremberg is over again. The three days at the exhibition centre in the Franconian metropole flew by so fast. Time to recap our presence at the leading international trade fair for embedded systems. State-of-the-art technology in all facets of embedded technologies was presented by around 900 exhibitors from March 14-16. Future trends such as e-mobility, energy efficiency and the Internet of Things (IoT) were the hot topics discussed by the visitors from around the world. At our 200 square meter booth in hall 3A we hadRead More
embedded world 2017
Recent weeks were characterized by hours and hours of preparation, countless phone calls and emails, numerous brainstorming and voting sessions in order to set up everything for the biggest trade fair EBV is attending this year. Embedded World 2017 opened its doors today in Nuremberg, Germany, and the EBV booth presents itself in its full splendour. During the first day, exhibition visitors usually try to get an overall overview of the trade fair. A bit disoriented the crowd is streaming through the halls. Though, there is no time to lose,Read More
tsn demo embedded world
The Time Sensitive Networking standards developed by the TSN working group of the IEEE 802.1 form the basis for the convergence of IT Ethernet with field level networks requiring deterministic features. The seamless communication between machines, objects and services is enabling new automation models and the Industrial IoT (“Industry 4.0”). In addition, Time-Sensitive-Networking enables the transmission of time-critical and “common” data over the same Ethernet network. Therefore the new IEEE standards can be used in order to realize systems in which safety applications are connected over the same Ethernet networkRead More
ebv @ embedded world Blog Cover
From 14 to 16 March 2017 the exhibition centre in Nuremberg/Germany will again be the place to be for the embedded community. Last year, more than 30.000 visitors came to the leading international trade fair for the embedded sector. Around 900 exhibitors presented state-of-the-art technology. No matter if construction elements, modules or complete systems the trade fair covers all aspects of embedded systems. Again, EBV Elektronik will be present with its own booth. This time we can be found right in the middle of exhibition hall 3A. The 200 squareRead More
Industry 4.0
Guest blog from René Hummen Since the early days of manual production, manufacturing successfully transitioned through three industrial revolutions, each leading to a significant increase in automation, productivity, and efficiency. Notably, all of these revolutions were coupled with the introduction of new technologies. Mass manufacturing, for example, would not have been possible without the introduction of water and steam power in the 18th century. Electric power and the invention of the assembly line further boosted volume production at the beginning of the 20th century. And approximately 45 years ago, electronicsRead More
EBV supplier maxim integrated

Posted On February 2, 2017By Christian JakobIn Commercial News

EBV and Maxim Integrated Join Forces

At the beginning of 2017, our distribution agreement with Maxim Integrated became effective. During the electronica 2016 trade fair in Munich, the partnership was announced. As of January 1st, the US-based company is officially part of the EBV line card. Time to introduce Maxim Integrated in more detail. Founded in 1983, Maxim’s world headquarters is located in San José, California, United States. Globally the company has about 7100 employees and has offices in the Americas, Asia and Europe. Listed on the NASDAQ 100 (MXIM), Maxim gained a revenue of approximatelyRead More