Las Vegas has set the perfect frame for this buzzing event. Consistent with its liveliness and craziness of the city, CES® comes up with the latest trends and innovations in the consumer electronics market every year. The 50th anniversary of CES® was bursting at all seams. More than 175.000 visitors flocked to the Nevada desert city to see the exhibits of the 3.800 exhibitors. Even if the big blast failed to appear, there was plenty trends and innovations to discover at this year’s show. Top-notch technology topics such as smartRead More
Wow, that headline sounds dramatic. Will we really need to battle our own connected kitchen appliances, smartwatches and printers at some point? To answer this questions let’s assess some recent events. Taking Out Some Of The Most Frequently Visited Internet Services With One Attack Just a few weeks back a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack on Domain Name System (DNS) service provider DynDNS caused a major outage of a number of well-known internet pages and brands (e.g. Amazon, PayPal, Spotify, Soundcloud, Twitter). For those not familiar with the termRead More
eCozy smart thermostat
Smart home adoption is rather crawling instead of running towards our homes. The main reason: user experience and security issues. However there is a third important factor – the old technology already installed in our homes and well proven but “un-connectable” to the internet. One of the best examples are the heating systems in most European homes. A huge number of houses and apartments use water radiators mounted to the wall and controlled with a simple nob that you turn in order to adjust the temperature. The good news aboutRead More
electronica-2016-booth
It took many months for planning and preparing. Countless hours of brainstorming, coordination and organisation to get ready for one of the most important events, EBV is participating. And when the time comes to welcome the visitor on our booth finally, time flies by like in the twinkling of an eye. A busy but exciting week at electronica 2016 is coming to an end. In case you were not able to attend the world’s leading trade fair for electronic components, systems and applications, we want to provide you a littleRead More
electronica 2016 invitation
This year, the international trade fair for electronic components, systems and applications will be opening its gates for the 27th time already. From November 8 – 11, around 75.000 visitors will be expected to visit the booths of exhibitors from more than 50 countries in the International Congress Center Munich. Here’s why you should attend too and what you can expect from electronica 2016. The EBV IoT Journey After the successful event two years ago, we will again be one of the exhibitors at this year’s fair. For quite exactlyRead More
Long gone are the days when commercial vehicles had a rather dusty image despite their good functionality. Rough edges and corners and bulky designs become more and more a thing of the past. And also the poor amenities are being replaced by more and more high-tech features. One can say, that they really arrived in the 21st century, which became obvious during the recent “IAA für Nutzfahrzeuge” in Hannover. About 2000 exhibitors from over 50 different countries this year showcased their developments to the visitors of the leading fair inRead More
The Quintessence Smart Cities Cover Image
Twice a year, EBV Elektronik is publishing its knowledge magazine “The Quintessence” (TQ). Each time we cover hot topics of the electronic industry that have or will have a tremendous impact on people’s lives in the future. The last issue was dedicated to wearables technology, because we believe that those devices will have a huge influence on our performance, well-being and quality of life. The next issue will cover the topic of “Smart Cities”, a market that experts believe will be exploding over the next few years. Here we willRead More
Smart Agriculture
It’s the time of the year again when days are getting shorter and the sun is not so powerful anymore. High time for a special occupational group. Farmers are in their final throes harvesting their acres before they will be starting all over again tilling their fields for the next year. For sure there is still a massive amount of manual work needed for them, but high-tech has found its way into agriculture for quite some time already. Harvesting machines are getting more powerful, safer and more efficient. But alsoRead More