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IoT and PC-based control to utilize manufacturing and machine data

Machines, devices and plants produce more and more data as they become smarter and more networked. Smart industry promises to turn these huge amounts of data into valuable information. Beckhoff and Mathworks show how this challenge can be tackled.

Headlines

Inspection automation specialist Autofill expands to the High Tech Campus
Imec helps Apple to reduce ecological impact of chip use
Dens hydrozine system fueled with millions in investment
Plasmacure’s wound treatment system nets new funds for clinical studies
UT scientist involved in latest demonstration of quantum supremacy
Dutch consortium starts Battery Competence Center
Dutch forensic lab first to decrypt Tesla’s driving data
ASML experiencing growing pains
Government scrutinizes security ramifications of High Tech Campus deal
Kitepower’s first airborne wind energy system lifts off in Aruba
EC accelerates Hardt Hyperloop with €15M investment

Innatera raises €5M to bring neuromorphic AI to the edge

With its brain-inspired AI chip, TU Delft spinoff Innatera Nanosystems claims sensor data can be processed 100x faster and with up to 500x less energy than with conventional processors.

In other news

Black Holes Consortium receives NWA funding (Utrecht University)
TSMC and Google push boundaries with 3D ‘stacking’ (Nikkei Asia)
SMIC to be banned from buying US equipment (Electronics Weekly)

The end of scarcity

Instead of competing at the sharp end of the knife with a scarcity mindset, look for ways to create win-win situations and adopt an abundance mindset. There’s more than enough for all of us. Your growth is only helping my growth!