Enabling the Intelligent Edge for Industrial Applications

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Explore the Industrial Intelligent Edge

This 7-part webinar series will detail its capabilities and business impacts and review the exciting use cases that will truly show IOT 4.0 at scale.

The majority of today’s industrial manufacturing facilities use technology designed around standards 50 years old. This architecture is fragmented, proprietary, and highly inflexible for what’s needed by manufacturers today. Intel is at the forefront of designing and implementing new architectures with industry partners, leveraging its compute and connectivity architectures to define a new compute category with our platform partners. We define this category as the Intelligent Industrial Edge Platforms. These platforms enable workload consolidation at scale for legacy systems, AI, 5G, scalable and improved security, enabling reduced time to market.

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Upcoming webinars in the Intelligent Edge for Industrial Applications series

Getting to the Greater Good – Digital Transformation Drives Profitability and Sustainability

  December 13, 2022

  1 PM - 2 PM ET

At the heart of digital transformation are complex solutions that bring together technologies across multiple companies. But where is all of this leading? There is a greater good being served: Sustainability.


Additional Content

Deploying AI at the Edge: From Operation to Automation

As companies increase the use of automation technologies in their factories, warehouses and other locations, they recognize the need for artificial intelligence technologies (such as machine vision to inspect for defects) that can guide decisions in real time. But in practice, companies are finding that cloud-based AI technologies are taking too long, and they need to move this decision-making process to the edge of the network. READ MORE

 

How Data, the Edge and Cloud are Transforming Manufacturing

Across the manufacturing landscape, innovations in connectivity, computing infrastructure and controller interoperability are transforming the way companies can get more value from their existing equipment to improve efficiency and operations. But in many cases, manufacturing facilities are bogged down by proprietary automation and control systems, legacy equipment and outdated approaches to data collection and integration. READ MORE

 

Managing Industrial Data To, From and Between the Cloud and the Edge

As manufacturers delve into digital transformation efforts that aim to move computing and machine learning technologies from cloud environments closer to the machines processing critical data, lots of attention is paid to the infrastructure such as controllers, edge servers and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. However, ensuring that data from those devices can properly reach the computing resources requires focusing on the right networking technologies, whether wired or wireless. READ MORE

 

Connectivity is Key for Success at the Industrial Edge

Across the manufacturing landscape, innovations in connectivity, computing infrastructure and controller interoperability are transforming the way companies can get more value from their existing equipment to improve efficiency and operations. But in many cases, manufacturing facilities are bogged down by proprietary automation and control systems, legacy equipment and outdated approaches to data collection and integration. READ MORE