Raspberry Pi is one of the best known embedded Linux computers in the world. Its success began in the maker community, but it has long become an industry favorite.
-The software pool created & maintained by a highly active community is an ideal basis for creating rapid-prototyping applications, and plenty of how-to videos on project implementation are available.
The adoption of robotic technologies by businesses in the industrial environment exploded early in the pandemic and accelerate the growth of robots. By implementing robot technology, businesses are able to benefit from automation while still utilizing employees’ valuable skills to increase operational efficiency.
-Technological advancements in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), & big data will continue to drive the robotic revolution.
This modern Web Panel series combines high-quality design with brilliant multi-touch technology displays and scalable performance. The Web Panels feature a robust glass touchscreen, completely flush mounted in a stylish aluminium or stainless steel frame. Standard versions are considered for panel mount and offer IP65 protection at the front.
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Optimal solution for you
At Recab we adapt our products for your needs, so that you do not have to customize your application according to what products are available.
You are very welcome to get in touch with us early in the idea processing – our application engineers and products specialists are here to help you find the optimal solution for you.
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Recab is a Nordic IT company with headquarter in Stockholm. We are part of the Addtech Group,
a listed technology group with over 2900 employees in 130 companies and with more than 10 billion DKK in turnover. Recab develops innovative embedded computer systems, industrial communication, machine vision & sensors for demanding applications.
Our main markets are defence & avionics, maritime/offshore, energy, transportation, communications, industrial automation, and science. We support world leading customers, and cooperate with world leading partners & suppliers, and world class quality is mandatory for what we provide. We are ISO9001:2015 and ISO14001:2015 certified, and we continuously seek innovation, and systematic quality improvements.
Welcome to a Free webinar: Strengthen your Digital Security today – Critical people
Recab and Houmb invite you to speed up your Digital Security practices.
Identify the most critical people, processes and technology.
The webinar will give you insight into:
The example scenario is taken from an attack on a Power Grid
Host: Erlend Engum, Digital Security Coach at Houmb AS. Graduated with Masters of Computer Science from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and MBA at Rice University. In recent years, Erlend has worked with management, design and hands-on implementation of complex technology and has had roles including course instructor, product owner, consultant, system integrator and development lead. He has written several articles and gives regular lectures on cyber security and technology.
Duration: 35 min
Date: The 27:th of May and 17:th of June – at 9.00-9,35
– Fill in the form below for registration
The webinar is in English langue and we use a closed platform – Go To Webinar
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– Critical people
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is at the heart of Industry 4.0. What is Artificial Intelligence (AI)
In a fast-paced, inter-connected world, machines are now able to make decisions, solve problems and drive efficiencies. This opens up almost unlimited opportunities for business. Many of the early commercial AI solutions were found in the consumer market, in phones and other small ‘smart’ devices. But computer science has now reached an advanced level where AI technology can make a significant contribution to any industry.
Harnessing AI to improve accuracy and optimise workflows
From healthcare to automotive; defence to manufacturing, organisations are harnessing AI to improve accuracy and optimise workflows. AI provides them with better and deeper analysis of images, measurements and machine performance. It is used to develop and innovate in diverse areas like military hardware, surveillance, facial recognition, driverless cars and cyber security. In short, AI represents the future of technology, and it is here today.
Artificial Intelligence and industrial automation What is Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Within manufacturing and industrial automation, AI is impacting every element of the supply chain. Cameras and sensors can detect faults and flaws much more quickly than the human eye. AI can also perform complex and laborious ‘human’ tasks like evaluating changing demand, coordinating deliveries and reordering stock. AI powers machine learning and predictive maintenance, eliminating the need for planned downtime. Failures in equipment can be preempted and addressed in a very targeted way. This increases the lifetime of the machinery and keeps it operational for longer.
Importantly, AI is moving from the cloud to directly influence edge computing
In the past, AI existed only in data centers with sufficient power to process such complex cognitive tasks. Now, new technologies are emerging that bring AI closer to users, allowing it to exist directly within software and devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT). This has made it possible to build AI into a live operational environment, where decisions and enhancements can be made in real-time.
Challenge for industry to optimise AI technology
One challenge for industry has been to optimise AI technology within existing hardware frameworks. While budgets for certain industries such as military and defence are able to incorporate new state-of-the-art technologies easily, in commercial or industrial settings, it can be difficult to find a way of building AI functionality into legacy hardware without making things too complex or prohibitively expensive.
And, for Artificial Intelligence to be fully effective, it has to be able to operate wherever a business needs it.
Recab: Artificial Intelligence innovation for any application
Recab works alongside customers to find solutions for any application. Our team of engineers develops new AI algorithms, or helps to optimise a customer’s own software to make it compatible with their hardware requirements.
Recab works with best-in-class suppliers to source the most rugged components. Then adapts them using AI to fit a customer’s brief and deliver the best performance.
Hardware solutions designed to meet customer’s quality requirements
Our knowledge and experience across a vast range of hardware solutions from sensors, cameras, embedded computers and measurement devices, helps us create bespoke packages that are specifically designed to meet all a customer’s quality requirements at the right price.
Examples of solutions that Recab can offer
iSurvey is a dynamic company providing a range of advanced services for seabed surveying and positioning for offshore installations and ships. For one of iSurvey’s systems, there was a need to develop a more compact, robust modular support unit including positioning and communications electronics.
FluxSense mobile and stationary measurement centers are complex facilities with high demands of reliability for their technical solutions. FluxSense has chosen Recab’s products and services to ensure reliable industrial computers for their applications.
With EasyPay, you can easily drive in and out of a parking area without (a lot of) concern for payment and exceeded parking time. A tight cooperation between Recab and Profectum has resulted in a smart solution that eliminates stress when searching for a parking meter, and you will no longer be fined for a couple of extra minutes.
Read more about Recab’s successful cases within the field of Artificial Intelligence
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The Imaging Source – USB3 Vision Cameras
– For Factory Automation, Quality Assurance, & Inspection
The USB interface enables high bandwidths, making the cameras ideal for high-speed and high-resolution imaging tasks in factory automation, quality assurance and inspection. The cameras’ compliance with the USB3 Vision standard ensures hardware interchangeability and efficient integration with 3rd-party software.
Sensor technology from Sony and ONSemi
The latest sensor technology from Sony and ONSemi delivers exceptional images with high dynamic range, brilliant color reproduction and excellent NIR sensitivity in monochrome models. In addition to the full-feature 33 & 38-series and cost-effective single-board cameras of the 37-series, autofocus cameras and polarization cameras complete the broad camera portfolio.
For more info aboutUSB3 Vision Cameras and our solutions:
Klas Bengtsson / +46 730-766 721 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Glenn Abrahamsson / +46 702-355 685 / email@example.com
The Recab 2U Server Gen 3 is built on a robust chassis and has environmental specifications that are better compared to a traditional server and thus is adapted for slightly tougher environments compared to a server hall – installations outside a controlled server hall fit our 2U Server Gen 3 server best.
We at Recab tailor the server to your environment and your needs. – Download datasheet here.
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Radia Perlman – “the Mother of Internet”
Radia Perlman is an American engineer and mathematician, who has been called “the mother of internet” thanks to her contribution to technology development.
Perlman invented the spanning tree algorithm and the spanning tree protocol (STP). STP enables network bridges to locate loops in a local area network (LAN) which solved a challenging information routing problem.
During her career Perlman has earned 80 patents and has written and co-written two textbooks. “Interconnections: Bridges, Routers, Switchers and Internet working Protocols” and “Network Security: Private Communication in a Public World.” Perlman has also taught courses at MIT, Harvard University and University of Washington.
Perlman has also been described as a pioneer of teaching young children computer programming. She developed a child-friendly version of the educational robotics language LOGO that was named TORTIS, “Toddlers Own Recursive Turtle Interpreter System”.
Awards and Prices
Perlman has been honoured with various prices and awards over the years. In 2004 she won the award Inventor of the Year by the Silicon Valley Intellectual Property Law Association and was listed one of the 20 most influential people in information technology by Data Communications Magazine, in both its 20th and 25th anniversary editions.
Perlman is currently working at Dell and is still contributing with her powerful knowledge to the world.
Text: Anna Lundgren
Kontron’s CERES-2402-PTP – a deployable 26-port fully managed Layer 2/Layer 3 non-blocking Ethernet switch:
Providing a rich and versatile feature set of switching functions, Kontron’s CERES-2402-PTP is a deployable 26-port (24x 1GbE, 2x 10GbE) fully managed Layer 2/Layer 3 non-blocking Ethernet switch packaged in a compact form factor. Its rugged and fanless design makes the CERES-2402-PTP highly resistant to shock and vibrations while ensuring performance in extended temperature environments and long-term availability. The high-speed network capability via the 10GbE links makes it ideal for applications such as situational awareness, imaging, and sensor data. Furthermore, its optimized size (351 x 144 x 59 mm), weight and power (SWaP) allow it to be used in areas where space and available power are restricted.
SWaP-constrained platforms deploying Ethernet backbones
The Kontron CERES-2402-PTP is therefore well-suited to installation at the tactical network edge on-board unmanned air, maritime and ground vehicles, helicopters, fixed-wing aircraft, tactical ground vehicles, missile defense, and other SWaP-constrained platforms deploying Ethernet backbones.
The rugged Ethernet switch provides up to 44 Gbps
Based on a switch fabric with an integrated QorIQ® management processor, the CERES-2402-PTP can be monitored via SNMP over serial line or Ethernet Web-based management while a comprehensive command line interface enables Layer 2/3 management including full IPv6 support. The switch provides up to 44 Gbps of line-rate multi-layer forwarding, along with advanced network security, data, and video and voice services (on-request), all supported by embedded Fastpath Software.
Certified to MIL-STD-1275D,MIL-STD-461 F and MIL-STD-810G
Other switching features include IP forwarding & Multicast, Routing & Switching, Quality of Service and VLANs for enabling complex network routing. Precision Time Protocol support enables precise timing synchronization and packet time stamping for time sensitive applications. The switch is certified to MIL-STD-1275D for 28 VDC power supply, MIL-STD-461 F electromagnetic compatability and MIL-STD-810G shock resistant.
Do you want more information about theCERES-2402-PTP or our other products/projects:
Pontus Eriksson / +46 73 073 79 55 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Nils Olav Gjørvad / +47 969 022 11 / email@example.com
Peter Linnet /+45 22 202 611 / firstname.lastname@example.org
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Recab further strengthens the team in Denmark – Peter Linnet, KAM (Key Account Manager).
It is with great joy that we welcome Peter Linnet to us at Recab in Denmark. Peter is taking the position as KAM (Key Account Manager) pr. 1/4-2021 and we are all thrilled to be working together with Peter to create exciting new customer projects in Denmark.
“I am a happy and knowledgeable fifty-two-year-old that has sold electronics for most of my life, among other things I have worked at Philips for twenty-four years. In recent years I have worked with industrial components and based on this I have extensive experience of the entire sales process around projects. I have previously worked to an extent with complete panel PC’s as well as single displays and touch, so I have some knowledge in that area as well.” Peter says.
Do not hesitate to contact Peter for a review of your needs, solutions or support.
You reach him at:
Direct: +45 22 202 611
A warm welcome to our new Team player Peter Linnet!
This is Recab
Recab is a Scandinavian specialist company for demanding applications, owned by technology trading group Addtech AB. We delivers innovative solutions within sensors, industrial communications and Tail or-made industrial computers for the northern European market. Recab offers overall solutions from edge to cloud with world leading manufacturers within Embedded Computers Systems, Industrial Data Communications and Vision & Sensors. We operates in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and the UK.
Håkan Lans – famous Swedish inventor
Håkan Lans is a very famous Swedish inventor who is the mastermind behind various important inventions. His interest in technology started early and his first construction was an engine-driven soapbox car at the age of twelve. A few years later, when Håkan was 18, he designed and build a mini submarine which was able to go down as deep as 90 meters below surface. See a selection of Recab´s range within Defense and Avionic
Camera with colour generator
His inventions were noticed and when it was time for Lans to serve the military he served as a research assistant by the research facility. He came to work there for 10 years and during his time at the research centre he developed a very special camera with a colour generator to obtain a better picture. The camera could detect things under water, for example mines. In 1979 the patent was approved and later Lans discovered that the colour generator also worked in a computer to obtain colour graphics.
The STDMA navigation system
Lans greatest and most important invention was a navigation system, the STDMA (Self-organizing Time Division Multiple Access) that is used all over the world today. This navigation system uses both GPS and radio to determine where the user and other users who use the system are. Thanks to this navigation system airplanes and ships can avoid colliding. The same system is also used to prevent delays within the aviation industry and to reduce flight time.
Text: Anna Lundgren
Hedy Lamarr – WiFi, GPS & Bluetooth, technology
Hedy Lamarr was a famous actor, film producer and inventor. She is today mostly known for co-inventing an early version of frequency-hopping spread spectrum communication in 1941, then invented to protect Allied torpedo’s to be detected by theNazis. Today this technology is used in secure Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth, technology that is used by millions of people all over the world. Read more about our selection of Network Communications
Secret communication system
Lamarr’s greatest scientific triumph was intended for the US navy during the second world war, but is now used in modern wireless communication. Her “secret communication system” used “frequency hopping” to guide radio-controlled missiles underwater in a way that was undetectable by the enemy. It was Lamarr’s brainwave (though some say she may have first seen a sketch of a similar idea in the office of her first husband, the Austrian munitions manufacturer Fritz Mandl) and she developed it together with a friend, the composer George Antheil. The patent was granted in 1942.
During her career she also contributed within the aircraft industry and helped improving aircraft aerodynamics. “Inventions are easy for me to do – I don’t have to work on ideas, they come naturally” Hedy said. And we are very grateful for that.
Text: Anna Lundgren