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Helmut Tschemernjak
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World of HELIOS: “Industry 4.0”?

This year’s CeBIT had a strong focus on Industry 4.0, which stands for the fourth industrial revolution, aka the “Internet of Things” (IoT). Basically it’s all about networking many little things that communicate with each other, to bring a productivity boost for industry and make life easier for consumers.

CeBIT 2015 and the German government have jumped on this bandwagon, even my tax consultant informed me on how “Industry 4.0” can change the business 😀.

You are welcome to discuss it and other IT topics on my Google+ page. Enjoy this newsletter.
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Congratulation for the best booth at GOA 
Grafix World LLC, our distributor of HELIOS software for Central and South America, was awarded the "Best Booth" award at the Graphics of the Americas Expo in Miami Beach, USA. They presented our soft proofing, prepress, and cross-platform file server solutions, along with solutions from other companies.
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Hollywood Post Alliance 2015 Tech Retreat
We are presenting our HELIOS server solutions at the Hollywood Post Alliance in Indian Wells, CA. The Hollywood Post Alliance Tech Retreat 2015 event is sold out and a diverse crowd is here to learn more about the technical and creative aspects of movie and video post production. Technologies and equipment and standards are hot topics. Interest in High Dynamic Range (HDR) is trending upward, while High Frame Rate (HFR) is getting a more lukewarm reception. 

The video & entertainment industry moves on. 
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HELIOS PDF to PDF Color Conversion
This video shows the PDF to PDF color conversion capabilities of the HELIOS UB64 release
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Cute as a button the Intel Quark SE SoC
Targeting IoT (Internet of Things) solutions includes Bluetooth low-energy, 80 KByte SRAM and 384 KByte flash memory.

http://iq.intel.com/tiny-brain-wearables-cute-button/?linkId=11607340

I like to see the power consumption specs when available.
The prototype of the Intel Curie module is a microcomputer the size of a small button designed to speed wearable device innovation.
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EFM32 – Battery Powered  Microprocessor
Likely the most energy efficiency MCU (microcontroller) for IoT (Internet of Things) solutions being powered by batteries.
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Intel Edison How-To Guide
During our development we created an internal HELIOS Wiki document to describe everything about the Intel Edison. Today we make this very complete guide available to everyone:
http://www.helios.de/heliosapp/edison/index.html

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+Oscar Mejia All commands except the Mac screen cmd (terminal connect) are identical. For Windows you need to install putty and a com driver. This is good documented on the intel Edison pages. 
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Presenting HELIOS UB64 solutions at Graphics of the Americas Expo
The show starts today, it attracts visitors from throughout Central and South America and the Caribbean, as well as the southeastern U.S.

We look forward  to have good talks with customer and prospects.
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Electrical car from Apple?
I don’t know what Apple secretly develops, however my understanding is that the future of cars will not be defined by traditional vendors like Mercedes, VW, or BMW. Today's major automobile vendors build their autos by repurposing their once developed combustion engine in different car models. Most of the non-engine development is done by subcontractors like Continental, Bosch, Wabco, etc. Most of today's  major automobile vendors are not creative they just plug stuff together around their engine, and they don’t give up on their engine because this is their main intellectual property.

An all electrical and driverless car mostly needs very intelligent software, battery and fuel cell technology. The electrical engine is kindergarten similar to Carrera toys we used to play with forty years ago. For this reason I believe much more in companies like IBM, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Ballard Power Systems, Texas Instruments and others to be game changing innovator.

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Here is another view, from CNBC: "Self-driving cars will kill some legendary auto brands" http://www.cnbc.com/id/102445419
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Cross Media Publishing Event in Paris

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HELIOS at the PIA Color Conference

Our demo station at the PIA Color Conference in Scottsdale Arizona last month. Ricardo and Tom were showing the HELIOS proofing solutions to attendees. A special demo was about iPad optimized previews via our latest HELIOS UB64 color conversion including PDF to PDF vector conversion optimized for iPads.

Our upcoming newsletter will describe more details about it. 
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HELIOS server on the Intel Edison
Exciting news – today we published the implementation of the entire HELIOS server software suite on the smallest file server ever. Our complete software solution suite runs on the Intel Edison SoC (System on a chip) which fits into a matchbox. The Intel Edison is designed to build “Internet of Things” (IoT) solutions ranging from stylish wearables, to industrial appliances.

http://www.helios.de/web/EN/news/HELIOS-Edison.html

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Working in the IT industry for more than three decades means knowing a lot about the IT evolution from mainframe -> UNIX -> PCs -> virtual servers, and finally back to data centers and remote clients. I am running HELIOS Software GmbH a software company developing and marketing file server solutions used in many industries world-wide.

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