Embedded World Technology Videos

Embedded World 2018 Day One – Product Launches For The IoT

embedded world 2018

The crowd couldn’t wait to get into the halls of the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre this morning. Not sure if it was because of the freezing cold outside, or because they could not wait to get in touch with the new technologies and innovations that are being showcased at this year’s embedded world.

One is for sure, EBV Elektronik is present with a huge stand representing the latest and greatest products and solutions for the embedded community. The majority of our manufacturing partners showcase integrated system solutions and examples of industrial communication, integrated connectivity and security solutions, as well as brand and IP protection.

Among them are products that the market has never seen before. The Dutch semiconductor company NXP for example today launched its Rapid IoT Prototyping Kit. Available on the Avnet EMEA Store this module is accelerating the development of IoT designs significantly. It comes with optimized processing and enhanced security. It is flexible and easy to use which makes it ideal for rapid prototyping, from the idea to proof-of-concept.

Previewed at this year’s CES in Las Vegas already and now officially launched during the embedded world trade fair is the NXP i.MX 8MQuad for consumer and industry. It provides industry-leading audio, voice and video processing for applications that scale from consumer home audio to industrial building automation and mobile computers. Watch this video and learn more about the solutions from NXP Semiconductors:

Maxim Integrated presents its products on three different workstations on our embedded world booth. The company focusses on industrial, IoT and security. They showcase the MAX32620FTHR rapid development platform. Furthermore, you can find the MAX86140 pulse oximeter and heart-rate sensor and MAX20303 wearable charge management solution. Also the new DS28E38 secure authenticator with physically unclonable function (PUF) technology, which was described in the guest blog from Christine Young already, will be exhibited.

It’s a diverse portfolio that Maxim Integrated is showing on its working stations. This includes sensor transmitters, analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), power modules, digital isolators, fuel gauge ICs, temperature sensors, CAN transceivers, IO-Link® master IC, and cryptographic controllers. Take a look at this video to learn more:

An exciting first day at embedded world is coming to an end. People hesitated a bit to leave the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre in order to enter the cold winter night again. Hope we all see each other again tomorrow refreshed for the second day. See you in Hall 3A on booth 229.