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How to Choose the Right Edge Computer

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Choosing the right edge computer is not always easy. Every application has unique requirements that require thoughtful planning, especially for large scale deployments.All edge computers are not the sameChoosing the right edge computer is not always easy. Every application has unique requirements that require thoughtful planning, especially for large scale deployments.With so many factors and options to think about, where do you start? This primer series provides tools to find the right hardware quickly, saving you time and money. Pick the best edge computer for your environmentHardware specifications are important. But, take a step back and look at the big picture. The environment a computer lives in has a big impact on its performance and reliability.A computer in a very hot environment will throttle its processor to prevent overheating. This can make your Core i7 processor perform like an i3, carrying a notable difference in price without the performance.  Adding expansion cards, like Wi-Fi, cellular connectivity, or vision processing units add another layer to the thermal challenge. It’s important to think through and test the entire configuration identify potential roadblocks before deployment.Installing a computer in a vehicle presents a different set of factors. In this case, you need a system that reliably accepts automotive power, resists shock, vibration, and temperatures at both extremes. It must also resist high levels of static charge developed as air travels over external peripherals, like cameras, sensors, or LIDAR.The key takeaway is to match the type of computer with the environment it’s operating in. Then, work backward to identify and address challenges along the way. Next, we’ll describe the types of edge computers and what environments they’re built for to help with this.Choosing the right edge computer is not always easy. Every application has unique requirements that require thoughtful planning, especially for large scale deployments.How to Choose the Right Edge ComputerRodney Hill | OnLogic02/12/20, 05:25 AM | Automation & Networking, Design & Development | edge computing, IIOTAll edge computers are not the sameChoosing the right edge computer is not always easy. Every application has unique requirements that require thoughtful planning, especially for large scale deployments.With so many factors and options to think about, where do you start? This primer series provides tools to find the right hardware quickly, saving you time and money. Pick the best edge computer for your environmentHardware specifications are important. But, take a step back and look at the big picture. The environment a computer lives in has a big impact on its performance and reliability.A computer in a very hot environment will throttle its processor to prevent overheating. This can make your Core i7 processor perform like an i3, carrying a notable difference in price without the performance.  Adding expansion cards, like Wi-Fi, cellular connectivity, or vision processing units add another layer to the thermal challenge. It’s important to think through and test the entire configuration identify potential roadblocks before deployment.Installing a computer in a vehicle presents a different set of factors. In this case, you need a system that reliably accepts automotive power, resists shock, vibration, and temperatures at both extremes. It must also resist high levels of static charge developed as air travels over external peripherals, like cameras, sensors, or LIDAR.The key takeaway is to match the type of computer with the environment it’s operating in. Then, work backward to identify and address challenges along the way. Next, we’ll describe the types of edge computers and what environments they’re built for to help with this. The three types of edge computers There is so much variance between deployment environments and technical requirements. Classifying edge computers into fan-cooled, fanless, and rugged categories simplifies things.Understanding the differences and overlap between these categories helps you figure out what computer will meet your application’s needs and external factors.Choosing the right edge computer is not always easy. Every application has unique requirements that require thoughtful planning, especially for large scale deployments.How to Choose the Right Edge ComputerRodney Hill | OnLogic02/12/20, 05:25 AM | Automation & Networking, Design & Development | edge computing, IIOTAll edge computers are not the sameChoosing the right edge computer is not always easy. Every application has unique requirements that require thoughtful planning, especially for large scale deployments.With so many factors and options to think about, where do you start? This primer series provides tools to find the right hardware quickly, saving you time and money. Pick the best edge computer for your environmentHardware specifications are important. But, take a step back and look at the big picture. The environment a computer lives in has a big impact on its performance and reliability.A computer in a very hot environment will throttle its processor to prevent overheating. This can make your Core i7 processor perform like an i3, carrying a notable difference in price without the performance.  Adding expansion cards, like Wi-Fi, cellular connectivity, or vision processing units add another layer to the thermal challenge. It’s important to think through and test the entire configuration identify potential roadblocks before deployment.Installing a computer in a vehicle presents a different set of factors. In this case, you need a system that reliably accepts automotive power, resists shock, vibration, and temperatures at both extremes. It must also resist high levels of static charge developed as air travels over external peripherals, like cameras, sensors, or LIDAR.The key takeaway is to match the type of computer with the environment it’s operating in. Then, work backward to identify and address challenges along the way. Next, we’ll describe the types of edge computers and what environments they’re built for to help with this. The three types of edge computers There is so much variance between deployment environments and technical requirements. Classifying edge computers into fan-cooled, fanless, and rugged categories simplifies things.Understanding the differences and overlap between these categories helps you figure out what computer will meet your application’s needs and external factors. Fan-cooled edge computersFan-cooled edge computers describe systems that are more capable and reliable than consumer-grade products. Like a consumer PC, it uses a vented chassis and fans for cooling.Unlike consumer-grade hardware, these computers are built to the highest mechanical engineering standards and wrapped in an all-metal chassis. They use components selected and tested for their reliability. However, they do not offer protection from dirt, dust, particulates, impact forces, and vibration their rugged siblings offer.The MagLev type fans used in these computers use quiet sealed motor elements with bearings suspended by a magnetic field to extend their life. The fans have tachometers to let motherboards with stall detection to know when it stopped and signal the event to an operator.These systems come in a range of configuration options, including graphics and networking cards. They work best in climate-controlled environments free of contaminants.They are the least costly of the three categories of edge computers. Fan-cooled edge computers make great gateways, media players, hardened workstations with legacy connections, thin clients, edge servers, firewalls, or networking appliances.They can also be the brains inside indoor kiosks or entertainment installations. You can configure these computers easily with off-the-shelf components. They come in a range of sizes, from palm-sized NUCs to larger GPU-capable and rackmount systems. Fanless edge computersFanless edge computers are ideal for working conditions that are more hostile to technology. You can find industrial edge computers serving as multi-screen digital media players, data monitoring and acquisition devices, physical and network security controllers. These fanless PCs bring the Internet of Things to a variety of industrial and manufacturing applications as gateways or edge servers.These sealed and fanless computers feature a durable metal enclosure that protects sensitive internal components and dissipating heat. This allows for operation in environments ranging from 0 ~ 50 C depending on the system and configuration. Using solid-state components and no moving parts makes these systems extremely reliable with low meantime between failures.Sturdy and resistant to dust and debris, they lack the vibration, shock, wide temperature tolerances, and ruggedized components that come standard with rugged devices. Because of the internal rigidity of these fanless systems, they offer some protection from an occasional bump.These systems generally have a small footprint, making them perfect for installing on a DIN rail, VESA mount, or inside a NEMA enclosure. High-performance or expandable models have a larger footprint to make room for extra components and provide the surface area needed for system cooling.Fanless edge computers meet common regulatory compliance and certifications. Look for FCC, CE, RoHS, and UL configurations to make sure your system checks the regulatory boxes you need and provides real-world protection for the system and its operators. Rugged edge computersA rugged edge computer provides the highest level of protection for computing in extreme environments, such as in vehicles, railways, manufacturing plants, or outdoor applications.This protection comes from a combination of factors. Using durable metal chassis, sealed fanless design, and shock-absorbing mounting give strong physical protection. In addition, wide temperature and solid-state components, cableless design, and high ESD immunity provide resistance to environmental factors.This lets rugged computers operate in environments from -40 to 70C, tolerate frequent vibration and impact forces up to 50G’s, and accept variable power without flinching, depending on the system’s configuration.Rugged edge computers come in a range of sizes and performance options. From efficient palm-sized units to powerful Xeon and GPU-enabled systems, these systems have the interface and mounting options tailored to match the tough environments they work in.These durable edge PCs provide solve a lot of technical hurdles. Look to rugged computers when you need a system with CAN bus, automotive power, ignition sensing, programmable DIO, and specialty I/O.There are other benefits to rugged PCs. For instance, thanks to the extensive testing done to ruggedize these systems, they will usually carry UL, CB Scheme, and other regulatory certifications. Selecting systems that meet these standards will save you time and money on lengthy certification processes.The ruggedization, durable componentry, testing, and regulatory certification means the cost of rugged systems is higher. However, over the life of the system they end up costing far less than replacing hardware not designed for tough environments. As a result, it’s important to know the level of protection you need. Which edge computer is right for you?Understanding where your hardware will live narrows the type of edge computer you need. However, it isn’t the only factor affecting system selection.Subscribe to the OnLogic I/O Hub to get updates on this primer series and other edge computer-related content. Or, download OnLogic's comprehensive hardware checklist so you don’t miss any details when selecting your next edge PC. You can also get in touch with OnLogic system experts directly to get one-on-one help finding the right solution.If you’re ready to start your search, you can take a look at OnLogic's entire range of edge computers.  About OnLogicA global industrial PC company focused on hardware for the IoT edge, OnLogic designs highly-configurable computers engineered for reliability. Their systems operate in the harshest environments and power innovation in the evolving Internet of Things. Fueled by a unique direct-to-customer business model that combines vertical integration, modular product design and a powerful online platform, OnLogic offers computers “designed to last, built to order, and delivered in days.”ManufacturingTomorrow more

The MES/MOM is Opening the Path to the Smart Factory of the Future

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Many companies have started thinking, at the highest level, on their future positioning. They were motivated by many initiatives supported by governments—Industry 4.0 in Germany, Smart Manufacturing in the United States, “Usine du futur” in France.The objective of these discussions is to rethink the customer-supplier relationships in order to sustain and re-energize the activities of companies in a context of ultra-competitive globalization. It means that production processes need to be agile enough to enable fast introduction of new products or flexibility in production planning changes. Therefore, it is a question of making maximum use out of the right digital technologies that are essential for the implementation of these new concepts.The answers, given by those who succeeded in their approach, are made visible by a significant business transformation. From selling a product, the business is moving to selling a service (product-as-a-service). Michelin, which sells travelled kilometers or a number of landings, is an often-cited example of this transformation of the customer-supplier relationship.This rethinking activity can also help in relocating production activities next to the customers, solving at the same time some environmental issues or reducing the time to market delay.Impacts on productionThe change in the relationship between customers and suppliers obviously has a direct impact on the production shop floor. In any case, the transformation of the company will be a success but only if the production becomes sufficiently agile. In other words, it is able to make smaller series (especially in Europe to cover multiple languages and regulations) and customize mass products while keeping competitive production costs.Therefore, the solution involves reviewing operations within the company, underpinned by a high level of standardization of the production processes and of the performance indicators that have been defined in line with the company's strategy.The use of the ISA-95 standard in support of the modeling/standardization exercise of the company's activities is more than ever meaningful!Important parts of the information systemManufacturing execution system (MES) and manufacturing operations management (MOM) are both central and key elements of the information system.The implementation of redesigned processes in the field necessarily involves digitization and a revision of the architecture of industrial information systems. MES/MOM software has a central location in architecture as it is the orchestrator of production activities, supporting operators in collaboration with supply chain, quality, and maintenance teams. The implementation of a MES/MOM software, enhanced by new technologies such as Internet of Things connectivity, augmented reality (Human-Machine Interface), artificial intelligence, opens the door to a pro-active supervision. MES software is no longer just a reporting tool. Through a real-time view of the planning, it gives visibility on what will be the short term. In particular, the system is highlighting predictable hazards such as conflict in resource allocation and giving plant supervisors the time to think and take the best decision from a unified environment.In this context, the MES/MOM software is the main element that will allow the transformation of customer-supplier relationships. It becomes an essential element while conducting production activities, just like programmable logic controllers!In addition, MES/MOM is building the lake of production data, on which scientists can run AI algorithms and discover correlation between unexpected process signals. This aspect is the basis of the continuous improvement initiative and allows permanent improvements on the performance indicators.ConclusionThe approach presented here is often crucial to the survival of the company in a very competitive world. Treating it in the right order is the key to success.Even though MES/MOM software is now mature and ready to quickly support flexible processes, digital transformation is a process that takes time (minimum 2 years from first decision) and requires the mobilization of all departments of the company!AutomationWorld  more

Interview: In the next 10 years, we’ll reinvent every industry’

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The entrepreneur and futurologist says the rapid pace of technology should fill us with optimism not fear.Peter Diamandis is best known as the founder of the XPrize Foundation, which offers big cash prizes as an incentive for tech solutions to big problems. The entrepreneur and investor is also co-founder of the Singularity University, a Silicon Valley-based nonprofit offering education in futurology. His new book, The Future Is Faster Than You Think, argues that the already rapid pace of technological innovation is about to get a whole lot quicker.Do you think people are worried about where technology is going to take us?I can palpably feel how fast things are changing and that the rate of change is accelerating, and I have picked up a growing amount of fear coming from people who don’t understand where the world is going. And that is not good when you’re trying to solve problems. This book is about giving people a road-map for where things are going over the next decade so they have less fear and more anticipation. Because, yes, in the next 10 years, we’re going to reinvent every industry on this planet, but the change is one that is for the benefit of masses, whether it’s in longevity or food or banking.You say in the next decade we’ll experience more progress than in the past 100 years. Why?Computation is the foundation. Be it classical or quantum computing, as it becomes faster and cheaper lots of technologies that use it also become more capable. For example, communication networks, sensors, robotics, augmented and virtual reality, blockchain, and AI are all exponentially improving. But they are also being interweaved and converging: for example AI with robotics. And that’s getting even faster because the number of people with access to technology is increasing, so we are able to solve more problems. There’s also more capital available than ever before which means more crazy ideas being funded, which in turn leads to more breakthroughs. And the cost of doing things is also getting cheaper: the number of experiments going on in the “Silicon Valley garage” is exploding.You sketch out the impacts of these converging technologies on various aspects of our lives over the next decade, from what we will eat to how we will entertain ourselves to transport. So how will we be getting around in 2030?Car ownership will be a thing of the past. You’ll turn your garage into a spare bedroom and your driveway into a rose garden. After breakfast in the morning you will walk towards the front door of your house. Your AI will know your schedule, it will see you moving and it will have an autonomous electric car waiting for you. It will know you didn’t get much sleep last night, so it will have pulled a car with a bed in the back so you can sleep on your way to work. Your commute time will be yours.What about shopping?Repeat purchases will also be done by your AI, which you will give permission to measure and see everything. To shop for clothes, you will enter a VR shopping mall where you can conjure up a VR fashion show of 100 of your avatars wearing different outfits, to decide what you like. There will be a digital twin for every piece of clothing you own already, so you can see how it would meld with your wardrobe. And if you decide you want something, it will be produced specifically to your size, because you will have a body file of exactly your proportions.This all-knowing AI sounds scary.Think of it from this perspective. I have the most amazing executive assistant in the world. She’s able to know what I need before I need it. It is a blessing that is now going to become available to others.What technologies do you see changing healthcare?You’ll have annual full body MRI scans; it will become malpractice not to use AI in diagnosis. It will be health care rather than sick care. It will save money and lives.Many of the technologies you mention in the book are very nascent. No longevity drugs, cell-based meat or brain computer interfaces are on the market yet. Aren’t you over hyping how far things will come in a decade? Why should we believe you when you have your own investments in a lot of this technology?You don’t have to believe me. I am presenting what I see based on my experience and I am putting myself out there to create this future. We have become jaded by the amazing things that we have and how far we’ve come. Go back a decade and talk about the capability of smartphones now.With brain computer interfaces, my partner at Singularity University, Ray Kurzweil, predicts that our brains will connect seamlessly to the cloud by the mid-2030s. He averages an over 80% success rate for his predictions. And Elon Musk’s company Neuralink is making ground-breaking progress – its technology is being studied in primates and the plan is to start trials in humans this year.Your book is very optimistic. But technology creates problems as well as solving them. For example, we have huge data privacy and surveillance issues, and AI has been exposed as having built-in biases.Every powerful technology that we’ve ever created is used for good and for bad. But look at the data over the long term – how the cost of food production per person has plummeted, how longevity has increased. I’m not saying there aren’t going to be challenges, but on the whole technology is making the world a better place and will continue to. For me it’s about uplifting those billions of people who have been in fundamental survival mode.You identify looming threats including climate change, the water crisis and mass extinction. And then you look at technologies that might fix these things. But wouldn’t we be better concentrating our efforts on changing our ways?Changing human behaviour – for example, telling people they have to stop eating fish because of overfishing – is hard. If we can use cell-grown meat technology to replace overfishing by getting tuna that is healthier and cheaper, we should.Do you share the existential worry of Elon Musk that the AI we create will turn around and destroy us all; do you worry that robots and AI will take our jobs?I don’t, and a lot of the leaders who I spend time with don’t either. Five years ago I was much more worried about our jobs, but the data is showing that we’re recreating more than we’re losing. The real opportunity isn’t going to be AI versus humans; it’s going to be AI with humans.The biggest concern I have is how we humans, and especially governments are going to cope with the speed of change that’s coming. When things are moving too fast we tend to say “slow down” or “Stop!” But there is no switch on the rate of innovation. Cities and countries that outlaw Uber may not find themselves the places where technology deploys first, which will economically disadvantage them.What technological innovations are you most looking forward to seeing arrive in your own life?I am a space enthusiast. I truly want to walk on the moon and Mars. I’m passionate about new technologies to extend life. The idea of being able to connect [via brain computer interfaces] with other people’s minds I think is a beautiful one that would take us to a new level of empathy. All these technologies will materialise. It is not a matter of if, only when. And you don’t have to choose one or the other.• The Future Is Faster Than You Think by Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler is published by Simon & Schuster (£20). To order a copy go to guardianbookshop.com. Free UK p&p on all orders over £15. The Guardian more

WhatsApp adds shopping catalog feature, courting e-commerce

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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc (FB.O) on Thursday launched a catalog feature for its WhatsApp messaging app, it said in a blog post, building out the service’s e-commerce tools as it moves slowly toward monetizing the app it bought in 2014 for $19 billion.Facebook has been trying to boost revenue from higher-growth units like Instagram and Whatsapp, which has 1.5 billion users. The company’s flagship News Feed product continues to draw big ad dollars, but is struggling to generate new users.The move comes after Facebook added a shopping feature to Instagram in March that lets users click a “checkout” option on items tagged for sale and pay for them directly within the app.The new WhatsApp tool stops short of that, as transactions still occur elsewhere. But small businesses, the main users of the free WhatsApp Business app, can now display a “mobile storefront” showcasing their wares with images and prices.“We’re opening commerce as a new chapter,” Amrit Pal, a product manager at WhatsApp, told Reuters. “We hear from businesses every day that WhatsApp is where they meet their customers, rather than sending them to a website.”Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg has announced plans to shift the company’s focus to private chats, adding bots and augmented reality tools in recent years to encourage businesses to communicate with consumers on its messaging services.Facebook said last year that it would start charging businesses for sending marketing and customer service messages on WhatsApp at a fixed rate for confirmed delivery, ranging from 0.5 cents to 9 cents per message depending on the country.More than 100 businesses are now using that paid product, according to a WhatsApp spokesman, while around 5 million use the free WhatsApp Business service. Facebook has not disclosed revenue from its business messaging efforts.WhatsApp’s catalog feature is available for users in Brazil, Germany, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Britain and the United States and will be rolled out around the world in the next few weeks, said the spokesman.Source: REUTERS more

US, China, Japan and Korea to dominate 5G

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US, China, Japan and Korea to dominate 5GStudy also finds Europe lags in consumer 5G take-up but is stronger in business uses; in developing world, 4G wave has yet to reach billions of peopleCHINA, the United States, Japan and Korea will account for more than half of the world's subscribers to super-fast 5G mobile networks by 2025, leaving Europe lagging, a study showed on Thursday.Europe, moving more slowly to build 5G networks, will lag in terms of consumer take-up. Yet the picture looks different in business, where 5G will be able to run "smart" factories using connected robots, devices and sensors."It's going to be a small cluster of countries that leads adoption in 5G, with the rest of the world following," Tim Hatt, head of research at GSMA Intelligence, told Reuters. "China, Japan, Korea and the US - between those, you're looking at well over half of worldwide 5G subscribers by 2025."The rapid rollout of 5G networks, with speeds fast enough to download a movie to a smartphone in seconds, has surprised many.Nokia, the world's No 2 network vendor behind Huawei, recently suspended its dividend to invest in upgrading the 5G gear it sells to carriers.In Korea, 66 per cent of mobile connections will be 5G by mid-decade, GSMA Intelligence forecast in a 100-page study, followed by the US (50 per cent) and Japan (49 per cent).In terms of sheer numbers, China will predominate with 600 million 5G connections. Worldwide, 1.57 billion people are expected to adopt 5G by 2025 - or 18 per cent of total mobile users.Early experience shows that carriers can hike 5G prices by 15-20 per cent, offering "more for more" unlimited data plans. But, if the past is anything to go by, those gains will eventually be competed away.With standards to take effect in a couple of years that will support the development of the industrial Internet of Things (IoT), such usage is seen by European industry as a more promising way to recoup the vast outlays needed for 5G.Rather than sell to enterprise clients, Mr Hatt said carriers would be better off teaming up with them on projects in the IoT - a market that GSMA Intelligence forecasts will be worth US$1 trillion in 2025, roughly equal to total mobile industry revenue last year.Yet of that, only 5 per cent will come from connectivity, forcing carriers to compete with global consulting firms and Silicon Valley tech giants like Amazon or Microsoft for the rest of the pie, said Mr Hatt.For developing nations, it's the spread of affordable connectivity through older 4G technology - and not 5G - that will affect the lives of billions of people for years to come, the research arm of telecoms industry group GSMA found.Looking to emerging markets like Nigeria, Mexico, India or Indonesia, a combination of cheap Android smartphones and affordable data still offers growth potential.GSMA Intelligence forecasts that 59 per cent of total worldwide mobile connections will be 4G in 2025. REUTERS. THEBUSINESSTIME/TECHNOLOGY more

The Digital Revolution in Manufacturing—The Softer Side of Hardware

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With the Industry 4.0 revolution, the way things have always been just doesn’t cut it anymore. Today, it isn’t enough for manufacturers to simply create things; they must focus on creating experiences that set their products, brands, and companies apart. In fact, a recent survey found that more than half of manufacturing executives, 52 percent, believe their businesses will not exist in their current forms in just five years. End users expect greater innovation and service due to developing digital technologies creating new opportunities. They consistently want more.While physical goods will always be critical, the key to the future of manufacturing is software. Video game companies went from shelling out physical copies of sequels to supplying downloads of the newest version online via gaming networks. The music industry went a similar route: instead of purchasing a CD when an artist’s full album dropped, listeners now simply click “Complete My Album” for an instant download at a fraction of the price.Software enables manufacturers to make their products smart, delivering new features that offer more value, as well as updates that help ensure that hardware won’t malfunction. By providing customer experiences that are unique, savvy manufacturers are equipped to overtake companies that are still focused on hardware alone. If executed correctly, companies can drive competitive differentiation and greater value than their competitors.Next, let’s talk about how digital experiences drive competitive value. Software has three advantages:Software changes faster than hardware. It can take years to design, prototype, test, and manufacture physical goods. With software, new services can be created or changed - as well as delivered — within days. This flexibility gives manufacturers the agility they need to respond to changing markets and stay ahead of competitors.1. Software provides ongoing value. Digital services allow manufacturers to extend the utility of a physical good long after the sale. There is a potentially limitless stream of new functionality that can be developed and pushed to hardware, updates that will leave customers wanting to invest in hardware and software for the long-term.2. Software delivers insights. With smart hardware, manufacturers can collect and use data in a variety of ways. Context-driven usage data can help companies give customers the functionalities and overall experience that they want. Data can also give manufacturers insights into customer behavior, helping them proactively identify and remedy potential problems, or create additional products and services to satisfy unmet needs.3. Overall, software sends a message to customers that their experiences are what matters most. Digital experiences that put the customer at the center exemplifies a company’s concern for keeping customers satisfied. Moreover, software gives manufacturers an ongoing touchpoint with their customers, creating long-term connections that are the base of customer retention.MANUFACTURING NET more

Join Tronserve! Enjoy the Journey!!!

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Join the Community Tronserve has just arrived. Wonder what we do? Tronserve is an excellent new platform to share your ingenious ideas. Sign up, join us and be part of this exciting new community. With Tronserve you can: ·    Share & connect with like-minded members / users.·    Work on amazing projects and blog about them.·    Get acknowledged, you could be head hunted. ·    Overcome challenges & gain satisfaction.Contribute to the community  Want to achieve more? Now is your chance to do so! With Tronserve, you gain exposure to leading manufacturers and vendors. Expand your professional connections by writing your ideas & passion to share with new followers & fans. Create your community   In Tronserve, you will get to communicate with like-minded individuals, where you can reach out and collaborate with them.   Use your brilliant ideas to start a conversation. Get followers to continue the discussion. Build your community and start promoting your content.   Build, learn, grow, exchange ideas and get feedback on this versatile platform that provide functions such as forum, internal messenger, blog, news sites and soon job site at your fingertips.Do Projects Be different. Do not let your ideas be just ideas. Develop them. Start interesting projects that used to be your dreams. It’s never late to turn them into reality!  Note that you’re not just working on your projects, but you are also demonstrating your skills, abilities & knowledge to your community by blogging about them. Get Recognized Getting recognized in this context means acknowledgement of talent, ability, skills that one exhibits.  Why would you want to get recognized in this platform? You want to standout from the crowd and get noticed by the key people in the Tronserve network.  Not a technical person? That is fine. We hear you. Write up about your working experience and how you have managed to overcome issues at your work.Land a great job Landing the right job can help you achieve greater heights that could help you ensure career growth and satisfaction because you get to work on something you are truly passionate about. Get paid well and get to do a satisfying job that will help you grow as an individual. At Tronserve we strive to match you as a talent to the right employers.   What are you waiting for? We would be more than happy to welcome you to our platform and work closely with people in the industry. It could be you.   more
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