There has been an evolution occurring in manufacturing, one that focuses on the interconnectivity of industrial systems called Industry 4.0.
Industry 4.0 is marrying industrial automation with smart technology, artificial intelligence (AI), and modernized human-machine interfaces (HMI) to create a better-connected and more optimized ecosystem for conducting business.
While this real-time data empowers businesses to boost productivity and improve processes, there is evidence that if done wrong the technologies that create the foundation for embedded products to fail at addressing the needs of today's businesses.
Join us for this one-hour panel discussion to learn what challenges should be considered by embedded developers looking to create devices targeted at Industry 4.0 customers and the best practices for creating secure, user-friendly graphical user interfaces from the operating system up for a future where smart machines are integrated into business processes.
The Panel of Experts:
Matthew Ellis - Senior Software Architect, Boston UX
Boris Savic - Associate Director of UX, Boston UX
Daniel Lang - CMO, Toradex
Thomas Fletcher - Director of Innovation, AMETEK Crank