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embedded world: See Maxim’s Security, Wearable Health, and Industrial I/O Technologies

January 31, 2017

January 31, 2017

Christine Young  By: Christine Young
 Blogger, Maxim Integrated 

Last year’s embedded world conference drew more than 30,000 visitors, 1666 conference attendees, and 939 exhibitors to the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg in Germany. Will this year—the show’s 15th year—draw similar numbers? Considering timely topics like distributed intelligence, the internet of things (IoT), and energy efficiency, it wouldn’t be a surprise if the halls are packed once again from March 14-16.

Maxim will showcase its embedded technologies in three places at the conference this year. Book a meeting with Maxim by contacting your sales representative—this way, you’ll ensure that you’ll have a private tour through the demos you’re interested in. Also, make time to hear one of Maxim’s embedded security experts, Scott Jones, present his paper, Secure Authenticators Answer the Call to Solve IoT Device Embedded Security Needs. Scott’s talk will take place from 11:30am to noon on Tuesday, March 14.

Maxim Booth: Hall 1, Stand 370

We’re sharing a space with Avnet Silica, where we’ll demo our:

  • Embedded security technology
  • Wearable health sensor platform and optical sensors
  • Industrial I/O solutions
  • Battery and power management solutions

Maxim ModelGauge m5 fuel gauge

ModelGauge m5 technology is among the many solutions Maxim will be showcasing at this year’s embedded world conference.    

Avnet Silica Booth: Hall 1, Stand 370

On the Avnet Silica side of our shared booth, we’ll have a space to highlight evaluation kits for:

  • Industrial power
  • Power-over-Ethernet
  • Battery power

EBV Booth: Hall 3A, 3A-229

We’ll have three tables at EBV’s booth to showcase our solutions for:

  • Power
  • Signal chain and interfaces
  • Embedded security

Maxim’s tech experts are looking forward to meeting you at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg, Germany, for embedded world 2017