The extremely compact workstation, which was especially designed for use in industry and medical technology, combines the advantages of an industrial PC in terms of robustness and long-term availability with those of an office PC in terms of design and user-friendliness. Applications such as machine learning or AI workflows with power-hungry processes and large amounts of data can be handled effortlessly thanks to high-performance Intel® Core™ i processors with up to 16 cores as well as powerful GPUs and graphics cards that can be freely selected as add-on cards. The flexible, modular design allows easy adaptation to customer-specific requirements. The heart of the new KWS 3000-ADL workstation, a powerful Micro-ATX motherboard, relies on 12th Gen Intel® processors and four DIMM DDR5-4800 modules with up to 128 GB RAM. The efficient thermal concept with two low-noise fans ensures smooth operation at temperatures up to 45 °C and therefore permanent, high-availability use around the clock. The workstation in compact midi-tower format (H x W x D: 380 x 190 x 380 mm) is shock and vibration resistant in accordance with EN 60068-2-27 and EN 60068-2-6 respectively, making it ideal for use in harsh environments. The KWS 3000-ADL workstation can be individually configured; several front versions are available, up to four 3.5-inch drive bays can be equipped with either removable drives (hot swappable) or internal drives, and a Slim DVD can also be operated. In addition to the two USB 3.0 ports on the front, there are six more USB 3.2 ports as well as a USB C port on the back rear side. Three GbE ports are available for connectivity, two of which can operate at up to 2.5 Gb/sec. The workstation also has four display ports DPP1.4 and a COM RS232 interface; three additional internal COM interfaces can be installed at the rear. In addition, the KWS 3000-ADL provides three M.2 PCIe drives for e.g. SSD, wireless or 4G/5G functionalities. PCIe expansion slots provide space for powerful graphics cards, additional LAN cards or RAID controllers. All drives and add-on cards are screwed into the robust housing and optionally secured with card hold-downs.