The use of modular nodes in industrial computers promotes adaptable, specialized, and reliable computing solutions that are not only designed to meet the demands of industrial environments, but also support additional capabilities and changes as the industrial Edge AI industry continues to grow.
Los Angeles, California. Premio Inc. released that its industrial edge platforms have attained UL (Underwriter Laboratories) Listed compliance, meeting the IEC 62368-1 3rd Edition* standards defined by UL 62368-1 Ed. 3. The certification gives system developers a wide variety of UL-Listed industrial computers supporting mission-critical safety.
Premio Inc. recently released the BCO-1000-EHL, an industrial-grade fanless industrial mini computer designed as an alternative to Intel's discontinued NUC Mini PCs. The BCO-1000-EHL, supported by Intel 11th Gen Celeron J Series (Elkhart Lake) processors, aims to enable low-power processing in harsh industrial environments, as well as performance boosts to space-constrained applications such as telematics, transportation, automation systems, industrial controls, and more at the rugged edge.
Next-gen intelligent kiosks leverage industrial edge computing and AMD Ryzen™ for I/O and thermal advancements.
Data exchange between computer hardware systems and outside peripheral devices in critical IoT edge environments requires connectivity solutions that are flexible, efficient, and stable. Sensors, controllers, and other components deployed in industrial environments and remote settings utilize USB, Serial COM, LAN/POE, and other ports to perform I/O operations that facilitate connections at the edge.
With increasing amounts of data being delivered to and from IoT devices and smart sensors deployed at the industrial edge, Industry 4.0 and other safety-critical environments must be capable of processing and managing this data efficiently.
Premio is setting up at booth 1-641 during embedded world 2023, where they will be showcasing its innovative solutions for Industrial Automation and Robotics, as well as, Railway and Intelligent Transportation.