A casino once scheduled for construction within a few blocks or the National Manufacturing Week's new home never materialized after being tied to Chicago's mob, but that doesn’t mean show goers won't have the chance to do some gambling.
As part of an ongoing celebration of its 30th birthday and 20th year since the creation of NI LabVIEW, National Instruments is holding a Bingo game. Attendees won't be playing solely for a chance to win prizes. They'll also be learning -- the bingo cards display images that are each related to a fact about NI. The booth will also feature an industrial vision system which will measure the diameter of a ball bearing as it falls through the air. http://www.ni.com/
Attendees at NI's Manufacturing Week booth hope for big Bingo prizes.
Practically all electronic devices today contain metals that may
be coming from conflict-ravaged African countries. And political pressures will increasingly influence how these minerals are sourced and used in products.
Weaned on the relatively effortless connectivity of today’s massive variety of consumer electronic products, automation users in the IIoT will likely not tolerate too many competing, piecemeal standards for long. And the Industrial Internet Consortium is trying to preempt history.
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