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C Language Controller Provides New Option for Intelligent Systems: Case StudyMitsubishi Electric Corporation MELSEC-Q Series* C Language Controller on Intel® Architecture as an Alternative for Industrial PCs Delivers Great Performance, Advanced Functions and Excellent Network ConnectivityToday, factory automation still has not reached the current trend of technology adoption, speciﬁcally in the controller domain. Primarily, needs and requirements of available devices dictate the progress in the control layer whereas devices are getting smarter, evolving to take advantage of the progressive trends. To meet the need of devices and to overcome boundaries of those on-going established implementations, controllers need to be moved beyond the status-quo. That is why Mitsubishi Electric Corporation is introducing the MELSEC-Q Series* of C language controllers.Recent embedded system products have increasingly incorporated support for network connectivity. They open up network access to the vast amount of information that in the past was only available within a closed domain. This has brought the trend for “Big Data” to the world of embedded systems. From now on, the requirement will be to generate and extract useful information from this huge volume of data, and to interpret it in ways that create new value. Intel has been using the term “intelligent systems” to refer to the next-generation platforms used for these embedded system products connected to the network and enable new services.Read the full C Language Controller Provides New Option for Intelligent Systems Case Study.
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