Can we tempt you back onto our exhibition stand? Trade fairs are back – come and see us and the rest of our industry at Embedded World from the 21st to 23rd June 2022.
After a successful but necessary online event last year, Embedded World is finally coming back as an in-person event with a new summer date ready for a new chapter.
Our exhibition team won’t be welcoming you back to the stand in shorts, but we are looking forward to the new possibilities for the evenings after a long day at the exhibition, thanks to Nuremberg's beer gardens and garden restaurants!
As we all know, before the well-deserved after-work beers can flow we are all there to work. As ever, Embedded World is the place for the embedded industry to meet, learn and network. Our stand is no exception. We'll explain the "Embedded World" to you, along with everything you need to successfully complete a project. With decades of experience from countless projects and successful partnerships with major semiconductor manufacturers, we are the right partner for you. Specifically, our expertise is unrivalled in the fields of functional safety, software testing, certification and embedded security to name just a few.
Get your free ticket for Embedded World here on the right and make an appointment with us right away. So you don't miss the trade fair highlights at our booth:
What if your steering wheel in the car acted intelligently?
We'll show you how it works with a PSOC 4100S Max based demo application at our trade show booth:
What if the TRAVEO II would play videos over Ethernet?
We'll show you how it works with a demo application at our trade show booth:
What if we had MOTEON as a co-exhibitor on the stand?
MOTEON’s passion about motor control can be experienced with our demonstrator the Motor Messenger. While the motor is running in a sensorless field-oriented control, the star potential is shaped to post messages on a scope screen having no effect on sinusoidal phase currents. Such a modulation illustrate the competencies of motor control optimization to reach among others the maximum of a 3-phase inverter while preserving the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) or reduce the number of switching losses.