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Digitalisation of safety technologies

As digitalisation progresses, cybersecurity is a major topic of discussion, and rightly so. Safety technologies have also moved on considerably in the course of this development. Dipl.-Ing. Rainer Lumme, Product Manager Extreme at steute Technologies, explains the changes in an interview with Andreas Mühlbauer.

Source: INDUSTRIAL Production (10/2022)
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Explosion protection and plant safety: a two-fold challenge. Machine safety in special environments

Machine safety in explosive zones: switchgear required for this field must comply with two complex sets of regulations. Although this is a "niche within a niche", different options are still available when selecting safety switches and sensors. This is true for heavy-duty applications, but also for machines performing duties such as processing or packaging dust-explosive foodstuffs.

Source: Technische Sicherheit 12 (2022) Nr. 07-08
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The benefits of remote control - Trends in user interfaces for medical devices

Medical devices in the OR are now usually connected to their corresponding user interfaces by remote control. This makes additional documentation necessary, but the advantages still far outweigh any disadvantages, and device manufacturers can purchase the systems with all the necessary approvals in place. Furthermore, radio technology is a prerequisite for interoperability in the OR: in the future, multiple medical devices will be operable via a single (wireless) user interface. First applications using this technology, known as SDC (Service-oriented Device Connectivity), are already available.

Source: NET (5/2022)
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Spark-free wireless transmission - Switchgear for the oil & gas industry

Wireless switching devices are not yet widespread within the oil & gas industry. And yet wireless technology offers this sector some particular advantages – provided that explosion protection is guaranteed.

Source: Chemie Technik (04/2022)
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User interfaces: from manufacturer to service provider

Wireless user interfaces have multiple benefits, making them a popular choice in many medical disciplines. However, they also involve a higher level of effort for device manufacturers with regard to testing and documentation than cabled controls – unless the supplier is MDR-ready and able to provide the user interface with all the relevant documentation.

Source: meditronic-journal (02/2022)
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