Learn how IntervalZeros RTOS platform transformed machine automation in Japan

Best Practices for Real-Time Machine Automation Performance in IoT & Industry 4.0

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Around the world, IntervalZero’s real-time operating system (RTOS) is used by a multitude of customers with prestigious brands in dozens of different industries like industrial automation, manufacturing, mobile devices, digital media, medical systems, simulation, aerospace and defense. For the purposes of this success story however, we will focus on IntervalZero’s best practices from 4 of our customers who represent the most recognizable SMT brands in Japan. It highlights the industry level challenges they faced, the resulting machine automation and motion control requirements that needed to be addressed, the results they achieved and the key platform strategy that allows these customers to distinguish themselves in the everpresent IoT and Industry 4.0 worldwide market. The success story concludes with why the IntervalZero RTOS Platform makes the most sense for companies in the SMT industry and beyond.

How have Japan’s 4 most prominent SMT brands addressed the challenges of an ultra-competitive industry? Find out in Best Practices for Real-Time Machine Automation Performance in IoT & Industry 4.0.

This in-depth report covers the machine automation strategies that enabled these organizations to distinguish themselves, including:

You’ll learn how Japan’s top SMT companies reduced the cost of their overall motion computing infrastructure by 25% or more, accelerated setup time by 50%, and doubled their production capacity. Download the white paper today.

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