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Industrial equipment

The number of applications for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) continues to grow steadily, with the global market for IIoT expected to reach $933 billion by 2025.

Unlike consumer-oriented IoT devices, industrial-oriented IoT devices primarily connect machines, vehicles and equipment in industries such as oil and gas, automotive, power generation, construction and transportation. In addition, industrial IoT devices are different from other IoT applications because they are primarily focused on operational efficiency and security at scale.

Industrial IoT must use low-energy, low-maintenance, high-performance devices that can operate in real time in demanding environments. This is why every step in the design and manufacturing process of an industrial IoT device is so important.

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Solutions

The Internet of Things (IoT) is impacting every aspect of our lives, including home automation devices, entertainment systems, security and alarm systems, smart watches and wearable health monitoring devices, smart transportation devices, waste processing devices, and connected cars, to name a few. The IoT will touch almost every consumer and industrial application.

These IoT devices pose unique challenges for designers and manufacturers. When designing devices such as smart watches and fitness monitors, they must meet the requirements of small size, cost effectiveness, and low power consumption. When power and signal paths are too close together, designers need to use dense, highly integrated circuits and SoC (system on chip) devices as capacitance and inductance can couple, potentially leading to signal interference and crosstalk issues. The new hardware must support multiple wireless platforms and maintain low power consumption. Consumer electronics devices must also support multiple wireless standards to ensure interoperability between different vendor technologies or systems.

Whether it's integrating new wireless modules into devices, testing new low-power modules, or solving design challenges, Yestech offers superior solutions to overcome these IoT design challenges, helping you accelerate development and reduce time-to-market.


Test Challenges and Solutions for Devices with IoT Capabilities


Given the complexity of IoT devices, designers must address many issues before they can develop a usable product. As shown in Figure 1, all aspects of the device present specific challenges. Throughout the development process, engineers need to use multiple test solutions to make the necessary measurements to ensure that the IoT design works properly.