Tablet computer targets industrial environments

Tablet computer targets industrial environments

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By Christoph Hammerschmidt

For security-relevant tasks, the Simatic ITP1000 is equipped with a Trusted Platform Module (TPM2.0). Its choice of interfaces (for example, Bluetooth, RS232 DC-in, miniDP, 2x USB 3.0, 1x USB type C) and industry-typical features such as RFID and bar code readers, camera and six programmable function keys enables users to adapt the tablet to individual automation tasks and to integrate it into existing or new plant designs. Equipped with components carefully chosen for long-time availability, the tablet meets the longevity requirements of the plants and systems it is designed to be integrated to.

The tablet – Siemens claims it is the fastest one at the market- is powered by an Intel Skylake chipset and an i5 processor that can access between 4 and 16 GB RAM and a Solid-State Disk Drive with 256 or 512 GB capacity. The machine runs Windows 7 or Windows 10, respectively which means that besides industry-specific multimedia tasks it also can handle the common office software.

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