IO-Link is a short distance, bi-directional, digital, point-to-point, industrial communications networking standard used for connecting digital sensors and actuators to either a type of industrial fieldbus or a type of industrial Ethernet.
RT-Labs provides IOLink stacks for embedded devices. Its objective is to provide a technological platform that enables the development and use of sensors and actuators that can produce and consume enriched sets of data that in turn can be used for economically optimizing industrial automated processes and operations.
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How Minesto uses a robust platform to gain reliability
- Country: Sweden
- Industry: Energy
- Company size:75
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