EPDT June 2021 issue (inc. RF & Wireless + Industrial features + IoT & Industry 4.0 supplement) now available online
02 June 2021
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This month’s issue, now available in print or digital editions, contains features on RF & Wireless technologies and Industrial applications, plus the latest edition of EPDT's twice-yearly IoT & Industry 4.0 supplement.
As we ease our way out of lockdown 3.0, my Editor's Comment this month considers how we are tentatively braced for further relaxations of coronavirus restrictions – and what it might mean for the business community and electronics industry... (p4 digital issue or web version).
Our sponsored cover story (p6 digital issue or web version) tells us more about a major new event for our industry, Manufacturing & Engineering Week, with particular focus on its Design Engineering Expo.
Sticking with RF & Wireless, we explore the technology challenges for 5G of moving up to D-band frequencies and the production of next-generation mmWave semiconductor components (p8 digital issue or web version); and, for T&M, we also discuss some of the challenges and issues around testing RF wireless products (p30 digital issue or web version).
For Industrial, we detail the origins, core elements, timeline and current status of the real-time industrial Ethernet standard for automation, EtherCAT (p12 digital issue or web version); and we outline what defines OT (operational technology), how it differs from IT and the benefits of convergence between the two (p16 digital issue or web version).
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The latest edition of our bi-annual IoT & Industry 4.0 supplement (p21 digital issue) opens with a review of some of the themes from industrial IoT specialist, Advantech’s Online Partner Conference, including how COVID is impacting adoption of IIoT technologies (p22 digital issue or web version). We also explore IoT cybersecurity challenges and how to deploy IIoT devices to cloud applications securely and at scale (p24 digital issue or web version); we outline a new methodology for remotely debugging fleets of deployed IoT devices (p26 digital issue or web version); and we ask if the next generation of sensor-to-satellite solutions could provide the key to delivering truly affordable, universal IoT access (p28 digital issue or web version).
As always, I hope you enjoy the issue – and I’d love to hear what you think or any ideas for topics you’d like EPDT to cover. You can email me at email@example.com...
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