Bangalore, India, June 4, 2014: The Internet of Things (IoT), the theme at the element14 6th annual electronics roadshow kicks off in June in Baroda, Ahmedabad, Kolkatta, Chandigarh, Delhi and Mumbai. Together with technology partners Freescale, Texas Instruments (TI), Renesas and Infineon, among others, element14 will unveil a host of exclusive new technologies and products, exciting demos and informative live presentations all geared towards IoT.
Ravi Pagar, Regional Director – South Asia, element14 Asia Pacific, said, “element14 is excited to bring a wide range of ground-breaking IoT-enabling solutions through its industry-leading partners during our roadshow which will cover key cities in India. We welcome all engineers to join us for this opportunity to review the latest products and discuss directly with our suppliers.” Customers can contact email@example.com to join or register through in.element14.com .
The element14 roadshow will present products from leading suppliers :
- TE Connectivity – M.2 next-generation form factor (NGFF) connectors with the new interface standard developed for slim solutions
- Infineon – boot kit evaluation board featuring the XMC1100, 32 bit microcontroller with 64 kB Flash ARM Cortex-M0, compatible with Arduino Shields
- Renesas – The RX Series of controllers offers high-speed real-time processing for motor control and power efficiency. The ultra low-power RL78 series controllers offer smart analog features suitable for sensing applications.
Among the new development kits are :
- The new open source, single board platform Revolutionizing the Internet of Things (RIoT) board, based on Freescale’s i.MX 6Solo processor, and supported by an active Community at element14.
- The powerful new PSoC 4 Pioneer Development Kit from Cypress lets designers discover the capabilities of the new PSoC 4 programmable system-on-chip architecture.
- The Freescale MagniV S12ZVML-MINIBRD, a low cost and easy to use variable speed motor control development kit, is ideal for Sensorless BLDC or PMSM motor control.
- Atmel’s new SAMA5D3 Xplained evaluation kit, a low-cost fast prototyping and evaluation platform for microprocessor-based design, with a rich set of ready-to-use connectivity and storage peripherals.
- The Texas Instruments HapTouch BoosterPack that allows developers to rapidly integrate haptics technology into their designs.