Modern Silicon Solutions for Synchronizing Mechatronic Systems using Real-Time Industrial Ethernet
Originally Recorded April 11, 2017 | 2:00 PM EDT
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Traditional centralized I/O systems are inadequate for building large machines. Running high-speed I/O lines over long distances increases cabling requirements and errors due to signal noise with higher frequencies. Industrial Ethernet solves many of these problems by providing a hardware accelerated methodology to manage I/Os, sensors and actuators for high frequency applications such as motion control. Modern chips provide a protocol for real-time deterministic jitter-free Ethernet communications, as well as reliable deterministic synchronization capabilities over large distances.
This webinar will outline some of the major Industrial Ethernet communications protocols in use today, and then present an example implementation of an open source protocol (Ethernet POWERLINK) implemented on modern chip architectures.
Technology Marketing Manager
Ethernet POWERLINK Standardization Group
Sari Germanos is the Technology Marketing Manager for the Ethernet POWERLINK Standardization Group. His expertise lies in developing complex distributed real-time mechatronic applications. He also has significant experience in applying simulation technologies to improve the efficiency of developing large-scale distributed systems. Sari received his MS in Computer Science from Boston College.
Siddharth is a Senior Consultant at Kalycito with focus on solution building in the real-time industrial networking and IIoT space. Experienced in development of networked industrial products with hands on experience in all phases of the product life cycle. Electronics and Communications Engineer with a passion for robotics and automation. Kalycito offers consulting and offshore services with focus on real-time industrial networking and IIoT for customers in the European and US markets.
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