Topic: Process Industries
The A*STAR Institute of Microelectronics, GLOBALFOUNDRIES Singapore, and the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology will develop inertial sensors, energy harvesters, nano-opto-mechanical sensors, and ultrasonic transducers.
The WLP2458NGP and BMHOD2458IP rugged no-ground-plane antennas are designed for critical industrial, fleet management, and healthcare applications that demand consistent, reliable performance in challenging environments.
The digital signal controllers enable efficient dual motor control, with 12 motor control PWM channels (6 pairs), dual 12-bit ADCs, multiple 32-bit quadrature encoder interfaces, and two CAN modules.
The MC33901 and MC34901 chokeless physical layer transceivers feature ultra-low-quiescent current to address the stringent electromagnetic compatibility requirements of industrial and automotive applications without external noise filtering.
According to Frost & Sullivan, the Internet of Things will act as a pivotal catalyst for the information and communications industry in 2014.
Designed for data acquisition in the factory and temperature calibration in the lab, the 1586A promises best-in-class accuracy for critical measurements.
In the demonstration, experts will show how low-cost, low-density FPGAs can accelerate design, development, and deployment of new camera solutions for auto, medical, security, and industrial applications.
The company will offer an in-depth look at analog and embedded processing technology for motor control, drives, and PLC applications at the SPS IPC Drives exhibition in Germany.
The Waspmote wireless sensor ecosystem can be integrated with Axeda, Esri, ThingWorx, and MQTT platforms to reduce time to market for Internet of Things systems.
The processors are designed for stringent industrial requirements, supporting a range of high-performance and low-power applications for the Industrial Internet of Things.