Mathematical modeling is a universal tool for studying complex technical and technological systems. The role of mathematical modeling and its effectiveness in technical and specialized systems is generally recognized. When analyzing these systems using mathematical modeling, it is possible, in a practical and theoretical way, to assess in advance the consequences of each proposed solution,
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In the era of smart grids, smart metering involves not only measuring the consumption of electricity, gas, water, or heat but also transferring data from a meter or sensor to a data concentrator or cloud. Real-time reporting of energy consumption, resource consumption, weight, temperature, etc., increases consumer awareness, which leads to less potential waste and lower costs. Using smart meters to measure and report energy, water, and gas consumption and reporting allows users to manage their supply and demand in real-time. The main advantages of intelligent measurement systems are lower costs, higher reliability, and less tampering.
ShuraCore has experience building intelligent networks thanks to its unique portfolio and innovative solutions to design intelligent metering systems. Our solutions support the many wired and wireless communication protocols required to connect an intelligent metering infrastructure, consisting of smart meters and sensors, data concentrators, intelligent appliances, and home user devices. ShuraCore constantly monitors trends in sensor design and works with the academic community to keep our expertise high. ShuraCore provides R&D services for instrumentation design.
Smart industry initiatives such as Industry 4.0 or IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) help machines, factories, and operator workstations become more efficient, intelligent, and knowledgeable, more connected, and safer. The Smart Home and Smart City initiatives drive similar trends with innovative technologies in areas such as lighting, transportation and parking, agriculture, resource sharing, climate monitoring, garbage collection, and home automation.
A high level of innovation is required to develop solutions that meet the specific needs of diverse applications in the industrial market. For example, power and energy management technologies are needed to control power from microwatts in home appliances to megawatts in factory engines and in connectivity solutions that can cover a wide range of data rates from centimeters to tens of kilometers.
Technologies driving the industrial automation and robotics market include ubiquitous embedded processing such as artificial intelligence, wired and wireless connectivity, security and protection, innovative power technologies, cloud and edge computing, and big data analytics. ShuraCore provides Industrial Automation and Robotics services in the following areas:
Frequency converters are an integral part of modern electric motor designs. These devices allow the output of an alternating current frequency corresponding to the specified range. Frequency converters are in demand in all spheres of life related to electrical energy. Their action is the stable operation of complex drive mechanisms without traditional control equipment and
Networks are the medium for transmitting data. Networks differ depending on the amount of data transferred. Industrial networks are networks that share data on a large scale as well as in real-time. This means that they allow us to connect different devices over long distances and provide communication between them and the transfer of large
In the era of smart grids, smart metering involves not only measuring the consumption of electricity, gas, water, or heat but also transferring data from a meter or sensor to a data concentrator or cloud. Real-time reporting of energy consumption, resource consumption, weight, temperature, etc., increases consumer awareness, which leads to less potential waste and
The IEC 61131-3 standard specifies five PLC programming languages: three graphical and two textual. The main goal of the standard is to increase the speed and quality of developing programs for PLC, as well as to create programming languages focused on technologists, to ensure that PLC complies with the ideology of open systems, to eliminate
Most automation systems operate with the participation of a person (operator, dispatcher). The interface between the human and the system is called the human-machine interface (HMI). In a particular case, when the HMI is intended for human interaction with an automated technological process, it is called a SCADA system (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition). Modern
The development of robotic devices can include all stages, from modeling a controlled object model to implementing them on target platforms. The steps described below apply to both mobile and industrial robots and complex robotic systems. Consumer and economic trends worldwide drive the development of multifunctional small-batch contract manufacturing, which must be versatile and efficient.
In the power industry, microcontrollers, microprocessors, and FPGA are being introduced at an accelerated pace. New sensors of physical quantities, data collection, transmission systems, and various executive devices are being improved and developed. The number of monitored and controlled parameters has expanded significantly. It can be argued that, along with branched energy processes, the formation
We provide services for developing industrial IP phones designed for integration into any areas of industry, energy, infrastructure. ShuraCore uses IP and Ethernet standards. The software we develop is used in various activity fields, pursuing commercial goals and using telephony to organize security systems. The Industrial IP Phone is more than just a telephone. It
Machine vision is an area of application of computer vision for industry and manufacturing. Machine vision is an engineering subsection related to computing, optics, mechanical engineering, and industrial automation. Industrial machine vision systems are perhaps the most diverse class of systems regarding the number and type of tasks. Essential features of industrial systems: the ability