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Volker de Haas started electronics and computing with a KIM1 and machine language in the 70s. Then FORTRAN, PASCAL, BASIC, C, MUMPS. Developed complex digital circuits and precise analogue electronics for neuroscience labs (and his MD grade). Later database engineering, C++, C#, hard- and software developer for industry (transport, automotive, automation). Ended up designing and constructing the open source PLC / IPC "Revolution Pi". Today engaged in advanced development as a service.

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VdH

Industry 4.0

1 month ago

PYTHON – Let the „Monty-language” enter Automation: Part 4

This four-part article describes a PID temperature controller built with Revolution Pi and programmed in PYTHON. It takes just view lines of code to realize an industrial-grade controller. This is part 4: MQTT and Node-Red UI.

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VdH

Industry 4.0

1 month ago

PYTHON – Let the „Monty-language” enter Automation: Part 3

This four-part article describes a PID temperature controller built with Revolution Pi and programmed in PYTHON. It takes just view lines of code to realize an industrial grade controller. This is part 3: The Python Program

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VdH

Industry 4.0

1 month ago

PYTHON – Let the „Monty-language” enter Automation: Part 2

This four-part article describes a PID temperature controller built with Revolution Pi and programmed in PYTHON. It takes just view lines of code to realize an industrial grade controller. This is part 2: Installing libraries and tools

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VdH

Industry 4.0

1 month ago

PYTHON – Let the „Monty-language” enter Automation: Part 1

This four-part article describes a PID temperature controller built with Revolution Pi and programmed in PYTHON. It takes just view lines of code to realize an industrial grade controller. This is part 1: Introduction and hardware setup

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VdH

Industry 4.0

2 months ago

Classical Automation enters Alien World of IT: Part 4

Now that we have had a closer look at the very technical differences between classical automation and IT in parts one to three, I like to share some thoughts about different business attitudes of both fields in this last part of the series.

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VdH

Industry 4.0

2 months ago

Classical Automation enters Alien World of IT: Part 3

In this series of articles, I will explain the core differences between automation and IT in a nutshell. Part 3 introduces the diverse perspectives of safety and security and why IIoT needs to consolidate both.

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VdH

Industry 4.0

3 months ago

Classical Automation enters Alien World of IT: Part 2

In this series of articles, I will explain the core differences between automation and IT in a nutshell. Part 2 compares classical field busses with typical internet protocols.

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VdH

Industry 4.0

3 months ago

Classical Automation enters Alien World of IT: Part 1

In this series of articles, I will explain the core differences between automation and IT in a nutshell. Part 1 looks at the classical differences in deterministic versus probabilistic system architectures.

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