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Review: basysKom at Embedded World 2019

Also this year basysKom was represented at the Embedded World and the accompanying specialist conference, which took place from February 26th to 28th in the halls of the Nürnberg Messe.

Review: basysKom at Embedded World 2019 1 basysKom, HMI Dienstleistung, Qt, Cloud, Azure

In its 17th year, the leading international exhibition presented the entire range of embedded systems with a large number of exhibitors and recorded numerous trade visitors. The number of exhibitors and visitors reached record levels.

Trend topics this year: AI, Safety and Security, as well as HMI, M2M, Open Source, Edge and Cloud Computing.

At our booth interested people were able to use our new showcase to get informed about current developments in HMI industrial production and to have stimulating discussions with our experts.

A particular highlight was the voice control integrated in the showcase, which optimizes the automation of the production line through a hands-free workflow. In the area of cloud computing, we offered our visitors a remote monitoring application. It was built on Microsoft’s Azure cloud technology and Angular web application framework.

basysKom also take part in the accompanying conference with two lectures. We informed our audience about the creation of embedded computer vision applications with Qt and about application development with the open source implementation open62541 according to the OPC UA standard.

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