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Edge Computing: A Foundation for Faster Industry 4.0 Machine Design, Development, and Delivery

Jan. 18, 2022
Engineering teams are turning to Edge Computing platforms to build resilient smart machines that meet a wide range of current and future end user requirements.

The pace of digitalization in the OEM market is accelerating rapidly as new challenges force out old ways of doing business and spur engineers to reimagine machine building from the design stage. As Industry 4.0 unfolds, engineering teams are being asked to provide capabilities like analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML) in addition to equipment that can meet Machine-as-a-Service (MaaS) requirements.

Best-in-class OEMs are adopting Edge Computing platforms to simplify, protect, and automate their digital transformation journeys. Download this new whitepaper to learn more.

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