In an industry that is increasingly becoming a software industry, the question of which software is best to use to build industrial software continues to be an issue.
This is where the question is asked, is the technology of industrial software best suited for the industrial industry or is it best suited to the user.
This year’s IEEE Symposium on Automation and the Internet of Things, which takes place from December 6 to 8, will examine this question with a focus on industrial software and how it can be applied to a wide range of applications, such as robotics, manufacturing and medical monitoring.
As part of this, researchers from the University of Bath, the University Of Cambridge and the University College London have come up with an assessment tool that is based on the latest research and provides an overview of the state of industrial applications.
In the case of industrial robots, the tool uses real-time data and analysis to compare the current state of current and future software.
“In this way we can look at what is going on in the market, the industry and the software that is available and we can get a sense of where to focus our efforts,” said Dr Mark Jones, a researcher at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University.
“Our tool is a good tool to understand where the market is at and where the technology is at,” he added.
The tool will be presented at the IEEE Symposia on Automated and Networked Systems in the US and is available at the following links: http://www.ieee.org/events/symposia-automation-and-internet-of-things/”
I think we will be able to come up in a year or two with a much better picture of the industry,” he said.
The tool will be presented at the IEEE Symposia on Automated and Networked Systems in the US and is available at the following links: http://www.ieee.org/events/symposia-automation-and-internet-of-things/