For the third year running, Arm showcased its IoT technology for the visitors of Hannover Messe 2019, the world’s largest industrial tradeshow with over 220,000 visitors.
The Arm booth demonstrated a range of technology relating to the industrial sector which supports the development of the Industry 4.0 and help industrial enterprises/OEMs see the real benefits of their investments by creating operational efficiencies, improving productivity, reducing downtime and maximising asset utilization.
Arm Pelion IoT platform is a flexible, secure and efficient foundation for industrial IoT, spanning connectivity, device and data management. It is able to quickly connect and remotely manage devices so that valuable data insights can be harnessed and actioned. In addition, Arm’s wide range of system on chip (SoC) technology was on display on the booth which is optimised for an industrial environment by offering highly efficient processors operating at low power enabling innovations such as ML at the edge and indoor navigation using SLAM.
Arm presentations during the show were extremely popular and covered a range of topics. First up on Thursday, Paul Bullock, Director of Business Development, discussed 'From Device to Data: Industrial IoT' as part of the Industry 4.0 Forum, which covered OEMs and enterprises in the industrial sector can overcome the challenge of developing and deploying IoT devices and realize the value on offer.
On Friday, Rob Shah, Senior Product Manager for Pelion Connectivity Management, gave a talk on 'Why factories of the future need a holistic strategy for connectivity' as part of the 5G Arena. Rob discussed how with factories of the future be fully automated a variety of assets being connected, industrial enterprises will need to understand the connectivity requirements which can impede progress and that no single technology or protocol will cater for every requirement. Rob provided a simple framework to capture and analyze connectivity requirements in order to build a holistic strategy for factory automation.
To find out more about Arm’s Industrial IoT story, visit the Hannover Messe 2019 page
was extremely well organized by the Arm events team !
Impressive numbers for 2019 confirm HANNOVER MESSE’s international reputation: 6,500 exhibitors from 75 countries and 215,000 attendees from 95 nations – no other industrial trade show achieves these figures.