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Mouser and Samtec present webinar on next-gen intelligent automation

19 November 2021

Mouser Electronics, Inc. has teamed up with Samtec, a global high-performance interconnect solutions provider, for a brand-new webinar focused on intelligent process automation.

The free, live webinar, titled ‘Enabling Next-Generation Intelligent Process Automation: From Sensors to Servers’, will stream at 4 p.m. (CET) on Wednesday, 1 December 2021.

As rapidly evolving factory and process automation redefine modern manufacturing facilities, product designers and system architects need to account for automation, from rugged sensors and PLCs to enabling server-grade performance in edge computing applications. During the webinar, Matthew Burns, Technical Marketing Manager at Samtec, will talk about the evolution of factory and process automation and how this changes today’s overall design approach. 

To help design engineers cope with all these changes, Samtec’s newly released interconnect options enable rugged interfaces to sensors, providing highly reliable solutions for embedded computing and the latest high-performance board-to-board interconnect for industrial applications. 

Webinar attendees will:

• Understand the evolution of factory and process automation.
• Review the newly released interconnect options enabling rugged interfaces to sensors.
• Discover high-reliability solutions for embedded computing.
• Learn about the latest high-performance, board-to-board interconnect for industrial servers.

To learn more and to reserve attendance at the webinar for free, visit

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