We became a member of the EtherCAT Technology Group
ShuraCore became a member of the EtherCAT Technology Group. Increasing our expertise in industrial networks is our key strategic objective.
EtherCAT is an industrial networking standard based on Ethernet. EtherCAT differs from other industrial networks, including those based on Ethernet, primarily in its excellent performance. EtherCAT can be implemented cost-effectively with its flexible topology, simple configuration, and low hardware cost, allowing industrial networks to be used in areas where they were not previously considered. Beckhoff developed EtherCAT.
When implementing projects for EtherCAT Slave, ShuraCore uses the following platforms and operating systems:
- XMC4800 (Infineon)
- Xilinx FPGA/SoC (Microblaze, ARM, RISC-V)
- AM572x, AM571x, AM437x, AM335x, AMIC11x, AMIC12x, AM654x (PRU-ICSS)
- STM32F4, STM32F7, STM32H7 (ST) plus LAN9252/LAN9253/LAN9254
- Intel FPGA (Altera) FPGA/SoC (NIOS II, RISC-V)
Today, ShuraCore strives for excellence in services through specialization in industries: the Internet of Things, Industrial Automation and Robotics, and Electronic Design Automation. We optimize, improve, and multiply our experience, specializing only in these industries. Thus, our company lays the foundation for tomorrow’s problems, focusing on our customers’ competitive advantage challenges. Due to vertical specialization in these areas, we have a highly qualified team. Specialization, expertise, and a portfolio of successful projects in these industries allow us to provide more cost-effective conditions for our clients.