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SMART FACTORY FEATURE


ENABLING SECURITY IN THE TOTALLY- CONNECTED WORLD OF INDUSTRY 4.0


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nalog Devices (ADI) will once again have a noteworthy presence at the Hannover Fair (Hannover Messe), with demonstrations and speaking


engagements focusing on the key issues of concern to visitors to this premier event for all aspects of industrial and automation technology. ADI, on stand H23 in hall 9 of the exhibition, will show how its unique


position at the intersection of analog and digital technologies, and in both the hardware and software of computing solutions, equip it to offer solutions in areas such as machine learning and machine monitoring, comprehensive connectivity – with security – and in the industrial maintenance domains with artificial intelligence. A featured demonstration will illustrate a comprehensive approach to


machine and structural health monitoring, showing how ADI’s best-in- class MEMS technologies provide precision sensing, while the company’s mastery of high-performance analog-to-digital and power conversion delivers ultra-low-power signal processing. 'Deep signal chain', and system design, insights enable customers to extract greater value from their systems, with improved user experiences. Real-time, 24-hour monitoring will be shown in both dynamic (motor) and structural (equipment mounting) contexts, comprising a methodology for complete supervision of an equipment installation. In the closely related area of smart maintenance, ADI will show how a


wireless smart multi-sensor system can be deployed for next-generation condition-based monitoring applications enabling intelligent asset maintenance. ADI’s technology releases the full potential of condition monitoring; low power signal processing components coupled with high performance sensors and compact, robust wireless communication networks represent a new paradigm in condition-based maintenance, across a wide range of industrial applications. ADI’s demonstration will go further, exploiting the latest thinking in artificial intelligence and machine learning to make the transition from preventive maintenance, through condition- based and predictive approaches, towards true smart maintenance with work orders automatically generated by an intelligent digital assistant. Industrial Ethernet is the backbone of all such advancements in


connectivity; the point will be reinforced in a further featured demonstration that will centre on system integration based on PROFINET protocols, together with software-defined input/output technology. Underpinned by ADI’s unrivalled knowledge of the analog signal chain, software-defined I/O represents an innovative family of new products offering a flexible solution for analog and digital IO applications in a single chip solution. Connected by Industrial Ethernet, and configured via a PLC Engineering system, this demonstration reinforces Analog Devices’ capability to provide a one stop solution for modern Industrial Ethernet field devices. This demonstration will be shown to visitors on Stand D68, Hall 9, in the PROFIBUS & PROFINET International (PI) Pavilion); and in the ODVA (the global association of automation companies) Pavilion, Stand E58, Hall 11.


Analog Devices www.linear.com T: +44 (0) 1628 477 066





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