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Don't Miss ON Semiconductor IoT and Automotive Solutions at Embedded World
by Elisa Presini - 2018-02-20 08:51:15.0

Next week ON Semiconductor will be at Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany exhibiting its integrated semiconductor-based systems solutions for  automotive, industrial and consumer applications. Our focus will be given to the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) or Industry 4.0, plus image sensing and power management for automotive.

As semiconductor technology has become fundamental in the automotive sector ON Semiconductor’s automotive solutions for technologies such as ADAS and vehicle electrification are enabling the progression towards fully autonomous driving and the relentless trend of increasing electronic content in connected vehicles. ON Semiconductor’s multiple exhibits and interactive demonstrations covering areas such as image sensing and in-car wireless charging will underline the company’s industry-leading solutions in these exciting and fast moving areas of technology.

Many of our newest technologies and devices that are enabling the development of innovative new end products across consumer and industrial markets will also be on display including one of our newest USB Type-C solutions, battery-free smart passive sensing, image sensing for machine vision and integrated power management solutions, as well as our latest IoT applications used in smart home/ smart buildings.

Amongst the other demos at the ON Semiconductor booth will be the company’s RSL10 multi-protocol Bluetooth 5 radio system-on-chip which is key to enabling ultra-low power IoT applications. The company is an industry leader in image sensing, and its portfolio of CMOS image sensors that address automotive, industrial and security & surveillance designs will be shown in further demos.

ON Semiconductor will also be presenting its Battery Free Smart Passive Sensing solution on February 27, 2018. Come listen to about this new type of wireless sensor that untethers the sensing function from the power and process functions opening a full range of new applications.  

Come visit us at Hall 4A Booth #260.

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