element14 presents technology solutions for the Internet of Things at its annual India electronics roadshow 2015

Bangalore, India, June 10, 2015: Designing for the Internet of Things (IoT), the theme at the element14 7th annual electronics roadshow, will kick off in June in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, New Delhi, Chennai and Pune.

Together with technology partners Freescale, Microchip, Texas Instruments (TI), Littelfuse, Panasonic and TE Connectivity, among others, element14 will unveil a host of exclusive new technologies and solutions, exciting hands-on demos and supplier presentations all geared towards supporting the developing IoT industry in India estimated at USD15 billion by 2020.

Ravi Pagar, Regional Director – India and Asean, element14 Asia Pacific, said: “We welcome all engineers to join us to review the latest technology and products, and discuss directly with our suppliers. During this roadshow, element14 is pleased to present a broad range of IoT-enabling solutions for next-generation designs in wearables, smart home, industrial automation and logistics.”

Participants can join the element14 roadshow to get hands-on demos and view the newest products from leading suppliers :

  • the new easy-to-use 9-axis Freescale Sensor Solution, FRDM-STBC-AGM01, which features three of the latest sensing technologies incorporated on one board; motion, orientation and location
  • Microchip eXtreme Low Power PIC Microcontrollers with XLP Technology; a low power solution for applications such as wearables, wireless sensor networks, and other smart devices connected to the Internet of Things
  • Texas Instruments(TI)  MSP-EXP430FR6989 LaunchPad Development Kit; an easy-to-use Evaluation Module (EVM), it includes on-board emulation for programming, debugging and energy measurements as well as a 320-segment LCD
  • Raspberry Pi : Pi 2 Model B is six times faster than the previous model and now boasts 1GB of RAM to run bigger and more powerful projects. It boots up in less than half the time of its predecessor. Find out how to get started at http://www.element14.com/community/community/raspberry-pi/getstartedwithpi
  • Littelfuse 470 series NANO² sub-miniature fuse is a 1206 125V rated, fast-acting fuse specifically designed for primary-side circuit protection of compact 125V applications, and is ideally suited for space constrained applications
  • TE Connectivity interconnect components to drive power in machinery and automation for HMI, robotics, PLC, servo motors and servo drives; http://in.element14.com/reliable-power

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