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Building a Remote HMI Using Web Technologies

Explore the technologies for creating a human machine interface (HMI) for an embedded system when web services are a correct fit. This webcast includes a demo that displays a data dashboard created using ...

Use FPGAs to Improve Performance

See the advantages of using FPGAs to reduce real-time controller processor loading, decrease overall processor time, effectively increase number of available CPU cycles, and build modular software as hardware ...

Bring I/O Into and Out of Your Control System

Engineers often consider the core components of a control system to be the control algorithm, sensors, and actuators. However, there is a lot to consider in between. This webcast explores interfaces and ...

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