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WINSYSTEMS Inc.: COMeT6-1100 - Product

May 24, 2024

The COMeT6-1100 is an industrial COM Express Type 6 Compact module with an Intel®️ 11th Gen Core™️ i3/i5/i7 Processor. This industrial module is designed and manufactured in the USA. The small form factor module is designed as a processor mezzanine that can be plugged onto a carrier board that contains user-specific I/O requirements.


WINSYSTEMS Secures its COM Express Type 6 Compact CPU Module with RoT - News

August 25, 2023

Grand Prairie, Texas. WINSYSTEMS launched its 11 Gen Intel Core i3/i5/i7 powered COMeT6-1100 COM ExpressType 6 Compact CPU module. Up to four cores are available in a low power environment where vibration and shock may be a problem. The compute module delivers up to to 32GB LPDDR4 4226 MT/s of system memory and has an integrated TPM 2.0 device that secures the module with root-of-trust authentication.


The Tightening Prototype Schedule - Blog

January 09, 2023

We all know the drill when it comes to developing a new product. You start with a review of the specs, then go into design review. You scope out the components that you’ll need, and then see if they are available and what the leads times are (note that this step is not nearly as straightforward as it was before the “chip shortage”).

AI & Machine Learning

Understand AI Versus ML, Especially for Industrial and Embedded Applications - Blog

September 28, 2022

Artificial intelligence has been around for quite some time, both real and the science-fiction variety. Real AI, the kind that’s useful in a host of embedded applications today, arrived in full form about a decade ago. Early examples of AI use include speech and other sound recognition, and for minimal levels of autonomous driving.


Perform Machine Vision at the Edge for Factory Automation - Blog

September 08, 2022

Machine vision runs the gamut in factory automation applications, from handling security and maximizing production, to providing predictive maintenance for the machinery. On the production side, tasks could include inspection, orientation, identification, and assembly. While each of these elements could be handled by a human, there are many (emphasis on “many”) reasons why you would want to do this with a machine/computer.


How Much Security Is Enough for Your Application? - Story

August 30, 2022

We spend a lot of time discussing security, and for a very good reason. Very simply, you don’t want to get hacked. However, many experts will tell you that it’s inevitable. If your platform is connected to the outside world, you will eventually experience a data breach. Hence, the key is to minimize the damage as much as possible.