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Apollo microprocessors provide intelligence, reliability, and security for the battery-powered endpoint devices in the industrial IoT environment to help execute critical tasks such as health monitoring and preventive maintenance.
The term IIoT refers to the Industrial Internet of Things. The most significant difference between IoT and IIoT lies in the application of instrumentation and devices, embedded with sensors and communications, to apply for the commercial and industrial sectors. Most of the IIoT devices are serving critical and specific functionalities, such as preventive maintenance, productivity monitoring, asset tracking, inventory management, etc.
There is more at stake with IIoT deployments where downtime and system failure can result in catastrophic situations.
The more machinery and equipment are connected on the internet, and the more advanced they become, the more insights manufacturers can extract from the data to make a better-informed decision. This industrial IoT has led to the rise of smart factories, where sensors track individual products as they make their way through a plant, onto trucks, and out into warehouses. Ambiq’s ultra-low power MCUs, SoC, and RTC solutions help form the building blocks on which new IIoT solutions can be created and optimized.
All Apollo microcontrollers include a standard Arm® Cortex®-M4F core, generous amounts of Flash and SRAM, and a broad suite of interfaces to enable multiple sensors, microphones, or displays. The Apollo Blue microcontroller family integrates an energy-efficient Bluetooth® 5 low-energy radio combined with improved communication features to enable always-connected, ultra-low power designs. The Apollo Blue family also provides a dedicated second core providing superior RF throughput and leaving plenty of resources available for industrial applications.
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IID A ELECTRONICS(TSUSHO) Co., Ltd
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IIDA ELECTRONICS (TSUSHO) Co., Ltd