Not attending this year’s Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with pictures and videos from the show!
Opening of 2015 Embedded World
We're excited to demonstrate the latest hardward and software solutions for the IoT at 2015 Embedded World. Here's the opening video on what you can expect to see at the Silicon Labs' booth (4A-128):
Our CEO, Tyson Tuttle, is ready to deliver the Embedded World opening-day keynote on “Engineering the IoT: An RF Expert’s View on Technology Trends and Challenges.” Tyson will explore an array of existing and emerging wireless connectivity technology options for the IoT including low-power Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Smart, ZigBee and Thread protocol for IP mesh networking. The presentation video is available is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHXkvETDzY0
Next-Generation 8-bit Microcontrollers
Silicon Labs unveiled the new energy-friendly EFM8 Bee MCU family with three lines (Busy Bee, Sleepy Bee, Universal Bee) of highly integrated, peripheral-rich MCUs optimized for exceptional price/performance value, ultra-low-power capacitive touch control and streamlined USB connectivity. Check out this game demo “Staying Alive with Bees & Geckos” based on the latest MCUs and proximity sensors from Silicon Labs:
New 32-bit sub-GHz Wireless MCUs
Silicon Labs also introduced a new family of 32-bit wireless microcontrollers (MCUs) designed to simplify a wide range of IoT connectivity applications such as smart metering, wireless sensor networks, home and building automation, security systems, remote monitoring, and asset tracking. Learn more about the EZR32 family in this video:
32-bit EFM32 Gecko family based on ARM Cortex-M0+, M3, and M4
The EFM32 family helps embedded developers accelerate their IoT design projects, maximize system battery life, and get to market faster with an expanded Simplicity Studio development ecosystem.
We’ll keep you updated on what’s happening at the Silicon Labs’ booth on the blog. Stay tuned!