Modular design involves constructing a system or product from independent, interchangeable modules, each serving a specific function. These modules can be easily connected to form a larger, integrated system.
As a prominent player in their field, our customer sought an innovative solution to elevate their railway passenger and platform information and communication systems for an established network provider for the UK rail network.
In this article, we will explore what adaptive engineering is, why it is important, provide examples of its applications, and focus on how industries, particularly within industrial and embedded computing, are utilizing this cutting-edge concept.
Our client sought an innovative solution in the format a ruggedised Portable PC to oversee & control the operations of Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) deployed in the challenging external conditions provided at sea.
Our client approached BVM seeking a cutting-edge PC solution for the control of VR (virtual reality) for an augmented reality (AR) ride at one of their premier theme parks.
From manufacturing plants to oil rigs, computers play a crucial role in streamlining processes and enabling automation. However, one aspect that is often overlooked is the need for ruggedized designs in industrial computer systems.
The design and development of these computers require careful consideration of the unique demands imposed by IoT applications. In this article, we will explore these demands and the key factors to keep in mind when designing industrial computers for IoT applications.
In the era of smart factories, the role of industrial computers cannot be overstated. These powerful computing devices are at the heart of modern manufacturing, enabling seamless connectivity, real-time data exchange, predictive maintenance, and optimized production processes.
In the world of industrial computing, the use of high-quality components is paramount. These components form the backbone of industrial PC systems, ensuring reliability, longevity, and optimal performance.
One key aspect that can significantly boost the effectiveness of industrial computing systems is customization. Tailoring computing solutions to meet specific business needs can provide numerous benefits.