Rich functionality, stingy power consumption, and tiny form factors. These are the hallmarks of today’s embedded systems. At this year’s embedded world conference, technologists will gather to exchange ideas about technologies and techniques for achieving these targets. Visit Maxim at EBV’s and Avnet Silica’s booths, where you can see some of our newest demos and speak with our experts on ways to overcome your toughest design challenges.
At EBV’s booth, you’ll have an opportunity to take home a MAX32660-EVSYS board. With the board, you can evaluate the MAX32660 ultra-low-power Arm® Cortex®-M4 with floating-point unit microcontroller for wearables and IoT sensors. Register for a board and bring your printed confirmation to the booth for a chance to receive one, while supplies last.
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Also at EBV’s booth, you’ll have a chance to see our nanoPower watch demo and take home either a MAX17222EVKIT or the MikroElektronika Thermo 6 click featuring MAX31875 temperature sensor. Supplies are limited—complete a short form at the booth for an opportunity to receive a kit.
EBV Booth: Stand 3A-229
In EBV’s booth, we’ll have working demos in these areas:
- Wearable healthcare: See how solutions including Health Sensor Platform 2.0 and MAX-HEALTH-BAND can help you extract highly accurate vital signs from wearable designs
- Internet of things (IoT): Experience the lowest power GPS solution on the market (RF + baseband) featuring the MAX2769C universal GNSS receiver for your battery-powered design and also see new products for these applications, including a low-power Arm Cortex®-M4 processor-based microcontroller with Bluetooth 5, a nanoPower buck converter, analog building blocks, and an RF transmitter
- Security: See our cloud-based application with the MAXQ1062 DeepCover® cryptographic controller for embedded devices, as well as our MAX32558-KIT highlighting the DeepCover® secure Arm Cortex®-M3 flash microcontroller
Avnet Silica Booth: Stand 1-370
At the Avnet Silica booth, we’ll feature demos in these areas:
- Sensors and analog: IO-Link technology, nanoPower ICs, and Go-IO industrial internet of things (IIoT) reference design
- Power: MAX17260 1-cell fuel gauge with ModelGauge™ m5 EZ and Himalaya uSLIC™ evaluation kits
- Security: Secure authentication for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS)
- Szukang Hsien will talk about “Local Dimming with Functional Safety for Automotive Displays” at the electronic displays Conference from 3:55p.m. to 4:15p.m. on February 27
See you at embedded world!