Embedded connectivity in manufacturing applications enables the rapid introduction of compute solutions to meet the sector's ever evolving needs.
Embedded connectivity in manufacturing applications enables the rapid introduction of compute solutions to meet the industrial sector's ever evolving needs.Full View >
Reduce cost, complexity, and footprint; run many OSs, apps by consolidating industrial systems on real-time embedded virtualization. (v.1, Sept. 2013)
Reducing costs, complexity, and footprint at the same time; consolidate multiple industrial systems using real-time embedded virtualization to run multiple OSs and applications on the same system for greater performance and savings. (v.1, Sept. 2013)Full View >
Experience multiple virtualized industrial workloads in one harmonized system, delivering deterministic, real-time performance. (v.1, Oct. 2013)
Senses-provoking demo shows how Atom as industrial controller can be used for real-time capability in the industrial environment.
A demonstration that shows how Atom can be used for real-time capability as it applies in the industrial environment.Full View >
Create seamless, secure factory solutions that turn real-time data into business knowledge with Intel®-based Intelligent Systems.
Live at Embedded World 2010, the Intel® single quad-core processor puts on a show, running four applications to play Guitar Hero*.
Live at Embedded World 2010, the Intel® single quad-core processor puts on a show, running four applications to play Guitar Hero* flawlessly, accompanied by drums and graphics display
Industrial reference platform lets designers customize their board, develop industrial applications, and flexibly upgrade to a next-generation CPU.
Features Black Sand applications built using Intel® Embedded Development Board 1-N450 including a student-built hexapod robot.
Watch the innovative RockBot* application demo run four applications on a single industrial controller with multi-core technology and virtualization.
Intel® technology uses real-time motion control to stabilize an inverted pendulum, a function with applications in industrial processes and robotics.
Intel Technical Marketing Engineer Donal McErlean demonstrates real-time motion control using an Intel® Atom™ processor platform to stabilize an inverted pendulum, a function with practical applications in industrial processes and robotics.Full View >