Intel IoT Champions Industrial Internet of Things at Hannover Messe

Crowds gather around the DAQRI Smart Helmet demo in the Intel IoT booth at Hannover Messe 2016.

At Hannover Messe, the world’s largest industrial and manufacturing trade fair, the Intel IoT ecosystem showcased everything from augmented reality industrial wearables like the DAQRI smart helmet, to Industry 4.0 factory automation and industrial asset management solutions. The event in Hannover, Germany, attracted more than 190,000 visitors, including U.S. President Barack Obama.

“There’s a lot going on here with Intel technology,” said Intel Internet of Things Group (IoTG) General Manager Chet Hullum. “So we’re excited about the future of automation.”

Here are some of our favorite Industrial IoT solutions from the event. Hear more from Hullum in our short Hannover Messe trends video.

 

the DAQRI smart helmet is the world’s first industrial wearable human machine interface (HMI)

In an example of industrial human augmentation that wowed onlookers, the DAQRI smart helmet is the world’s first industrial wearable human machine interface (HMI) and has a great potential to save lives. Intel technology enables an industrial-grade, 360-degree sensor array with high-definition video; thermal vision sensors for predictive maintenance and enhanced worker safety; 4D augmented reality displays offering an industry-leading field of view; and live equipment data visualization. To learn more, watch a short video of the DAQRI Smart Helmet demo at Hannover Messe.

 

Predix, GE’s Cloud Platform for the Industrial Internet

A miniture wind turbine spins as part of the Predix by GE demo at the Intel IoT booth during Hannover Messe 2016.

Predix by GE is a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) for developing, launching, and monetizing industrial internet applications. Highly optimized for the unique and demanding requirements of industrial applications, Predix works with operating assets from any vendor or vintage. To learn more, watch a short video of the Predix, by GE,  demo at Hannover Messe.

 

Functional Safety

An industrial robot arm demonstrates the Intel IoT Group's first solution that enables development, deployment, and support for mixed workloads on a platform that is certified for industrial use.

The Intel IoT Group showcased the first fit-for-purpose functional safety solution that enables the developer ecosystem to develop, deploy, and support mixed workloads on a platform that is certified for industrial use. To learn more, watch a short video of the Intel IoT functional safety demo at Hannover Messe.

 

Altera Smart Factory

The Intel IoT booth at Hannover Messe 2016 features a demo of the Altera cloud-enabled PLC reference platform.

The Altera cloud-enabled PLC reference platform demonstrates a simulated smart factory environment that showcases motion control, EtherCAT, Human Machine Interface (HMI), and secure enterprise communication over OPC Unified Architecture. Half the size of a credit card, this micro system showed how quickly a flexible and scalable Industrial 4.0-ready PLF with integrated HMI can be developed and deployed. To learn more, watch a short video of the Altera Smart Factory demo at Hannover Messe.

 

Accenture Connected Asset Management

Attendees of Hannover Messe 2016 explore a demo featuring Accenture’s secure IoT solution using Intel IoT technology.

Accenture’s secure IoT solution uses Intel IoT technology that enables enterprises to proactively manage their assets and make more informed decisions through analytics at the edge. Learn more about Accenture Connected Asset Management.

 

Wind River Software-Defined Automation

The Wind River Helix demo at the Intel IoT booth showcased how software-defined automation solutions enable manufacturers to analyze data in real time, improving operational work flows and cost savings.

The Wind River Helix portfolio provides an interoperable, scalable, and modular architecture that addresses system-level challenges facing today’s Industry 4.0 environments. This demo showcased how software-defined automation solutions enable manufacturers to analyze data in real time, improving operational work flows and cost savings. To learn more, watch a short video of the Wind River demo at Hannover Messe.

 

Vibration Analytics for Predictive Maintenance

Intel factory use case demo at Hannover Messe 2016 showed a continuous machine monitoring solution that uses vibration data to predict machine failure.

This Intel factory use case demonstrated a continuous machine monitoring solution that uses vibration data to predict machine failure. Machine learning algorithms enable users to train the system to identify optimal conditions for individual machines. To learn more, visit our Intel IoT Industrial Automation portal.

 

SAS Analytics at the Edge

A demo in the Intel Internet of Things Group booth at Hannover Messe 2016 shows the SAS Event Stream Processing Engine runs on Intel architecture, enabling Industry 4.0 factory process optimization.

SAS Event Stream Processing Engine runs on Intel architecture, enabling Industry 4.0 factory process optimization. Whether analyzing at the edge, in the cloud, or at any connection point in between, SAS scales to analyze millions of events per second. Near real-time data is analyzed with the same efficiency as data at rest, enabling industrial asset optimization in smart factories that are deluged with sensor data. To learn more, watch a short video of the SAS Analytics at the Edge demo at Hannover Messe.

 

PMQi Predictive Maintenance and Quality Solution from ADLINK, IBM, and Intel

A demo at the Intel Internet of Things booth at Hannover Messe 2016 showcases PMQI, a smart manufacturing solution that enables factory asset optimization, predictive maintenance, and factory process optimization.

PMQI is a smart manufacturing solution that enables factory asset optimization, predictive maintenance, and factory process optimization. To learn more, watch a short take from our live Periscope footage, including the PMQi Predictive Maintenance demo at Hannover Messe.

 

Dell Edge Gateway

A demo shoes the Dell Edge Gateway 5000 series on the Intel Atom processor, digitizing manufacturing processes across the connected manufacturing value chain.

Dell Edge Gateway 5000 series on the Intel Atom processor digitizes manufacturing processes across the connected manufacturing value chain. It enables real-time intelligence for decisions that drive operational and energy efficiency, predictive maintenance applications, and cost savings. To learn more, watch a short take from our live Periscope footage, including the Dell Edge Gateway demo at Hannover Messe.

That’s a wrap for Hannover Messe 2016. Watch our Hannover Messe 2016 trends video for highlights from the event. To learn more about Intel IoT  developments, subscribe to our RSS feed for email notifications of blog updates, or visit intel.com/IoTLinkedInFacebook, and Twitter.

David McKinney

About David McKinney

Social Media Manager, Internet of Things (IoT) Group INTEL CORPORATION David is a 16 year veteran at Intel and currently the Social Media Manager for Intel’s Internet of Things Group (IoTG). Prior to his current position, David led the content creation enthusiast notebook marketing efforts where he defined product strategies to solve content creation workflow problems and establish Intel leadership in the Digital Content Creation (DCC) segment. David has held business development manager and marketing leadership positions in multiple Intel business groups, including the Intel field sales organization. Outside of work, David enjoys a number of hobbies ranging from hiking to volunteer work at the Oregon Humane Society along with the discovery of new technologies related to music creation and photography. You can follow David on Twitter: @dmckinney and continue the conversation on Twitter by following @IntelIoT and friend us on Facebook.com/Inteliot.

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