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Developing Wireless Human-Machine Interfaces for Industrial Applications

NOV
10
2020
10. NOV 2020

Lecture electronica Conferences > Wireless Congress > Session 4: Industrial

15:25-15:50 h | Virtual

Developing a human-machine interface (HMI) poses a significant challenge for an industrial device designer. There is typically very limited space to integrate buttons and displays, making the user interfaces less intuitive. In addition, industrial devices must withstand the test of time because they are expected to have a lifespan greatly exceeding those of consumer products. The devices are often deployed in factory locations where they are exposed to harsh environmental conditions requiring the design to provide protection and isolated cable-based connections, further adding to system cost. Finally, user access to the device can be limited due to safety concerns, making diagnostics data collection difficult. This presentation discusses how to apply wireless technology and the Internet of Things (IoT) to develop industrial HMI applications to overcome design challenges, reduce cost, enhance safety and transform the user experience.

Subjects: Wireless

Speaker: Mikko Niemi (Silicon Labs)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

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Developing a human-machine interface (HMI) poses a significant challenge for an industrial device designer. There is typically very limited space to integrate buttons and displays, making the user interfaces less intuitive. In addition, industrial devices must withstand the test of time because they are expected to have a lifespan greatly exceeding those of consumer products. The devices are often deployed in factory locations where they are exposed to harsh environmental conditions requiring the design to provide protection and isolated cable-based connections, further adding to system cost. Finally, user access to the device can be limited due to safety concerns, making diagnostics data collection difficult. This presentation discusses how to apply wireless technology and the Internet of Things (IoT) to develop industrial HMI applications to overcome design challenges, reduce cost, enhance safety and transform the user experience.

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Silicon Labs

Mikko Niemi

Mikko Niemi

Silicon Labs

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Speaker,
Silicon Labs

Mikko Niemi
Mikko Niemi

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