Embedded technologies are becoming a central part in the progression and advancement of the Internet of Things (IoT). The growing amount of industrial sensors and data are giving way to new applications that require better system performance while keeping the same small footprints in order to satisfy space limitations. Thanks to new processing technologies that provide increased performance and better power efficiency, the path to the future is converging on edge computing, IoT, artificial intelligence, machine learning, connectivity and more.
Premio is proud to announce its participation at the 2019 Embedded Technologies Conference and Expo located in San Jose to exhibit the latest applications for embedded computers and applied IoT. Visit us at Booth #1937 to learn how our performance edge systems, rugged industrial PCs, and innovative human machine interfaces are propelling our partners forward in applications for machine vision, industrial automation and unique IoT technology.
Edge Computing Servers and Gateways for Advanced IoT Sensor Technology
Premio will be joined at the show by Edyza, a pioneer in IoT sensors that are being applied for cannabis farming to retrieve real-time data analytics for plant health by monitoring light, humidity, temperature, CO2 and more. A high density live demonstration will be showcased displaying Edyza’s sensors working in tandem with Premio’s Rugged Edge Computers to process every environmental change as it occurs in real-time. This small scale demo is already being utilized by AgTech companies looking to expand into IoT to improve throughput and reduce waste. This breakthrough application is capable of fully operating without cloud reliance making it possible for integration where internet connection is not entirely stable.
Rugged edge computers are ideal for industrial applications such as agriculture. Whether placed in remote field locations or within controlled greenhouse environments, rugged industrial PCs can withstand the wide temperatures, wide voltage, shock and vibration that a typical computer cannot. With advanced digital insights into plant health and better control management over light, water, soil and other cycles, businesses are able to actualize measurable growth and accelerate operations to reach profitability.
Industry 4.0, Automation, and Vision Technology at the Edge
In addition to industrial applications in agriculture, Premio’s rugged embedded computers are validated and reliable to perform in the harshest conditions for industrial factory automation, machine vision platforms, and other enterprise IoT deployments. With a strong background in performance computing with industrial GPUs, Premio has partnered with a advanced metrology company to disrupt the precision quality inspection field. Premio's VCO-6020-1050ti is a rugged industrial PC outfitted with dedicated GPU technology to power a new innovative non-contact metrology platform that measures complex parts and shapes in speeds 10x faster than traditional methods. Manufacturers are always looking for ways to improve throughput and limit waste through better quality control. This new platform achieves that objective by integrating into the production process with near-line and even in-line inspection automation. Premio's rugged embedded computers at the edge are enabling Industry 4.0 applications and innovations with proven engineering expertise.
Meet with Premio (Booth #1937) at Embedded Technologies Conference & Expo from June 26-27 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA for the latest in rugged high-performance embedded computers.