Many new embedded suppliers added to line card
Subs & Systems
Mouser has launched at least two new suppliers in the Embedded sector every month on average for the last two years — 54 in total. Covering chips, development tools, and design environments, The company's embedded suppliers supply the full embedded ecosystem that design engineers need to bring their ideas to reality.
Speaking at embedded world 2019, Mark Patrick, technical marketing manager, EMEA, at Mouser said: “The embedded space is very exciting at the moment, with the convergence of key enabling technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics, 5G, IoT delivered on many platforms, edge computing, Big Data and cloud computing. With the range of low-cost tools and development platforms that are available today — together with the availability of crowd-sourced funding — anyone can be up and running in a few weeks.”
He explains: “The Google AIY Vision Kit is a project to build an intelligent camera that can recognise objects and detect faces and emotions. Build it, boot it up, and use a variety of image recognition neural networks to customise the Vision Kit for your own creation.”
Other recently added embedded suppliers include AAEON UP, Altitude Technology, Auvidea, Basler, Design Gateway, DFRobot, Doodle Labs, Espressif Systems, Fanstel, GSI Technology, Inforce Computing, Insight SiP, Inventek Systems, Monnit, MonoDAQ, NewAE Technology, Octavo Systems, ReFLEX CES, ROBOTIS, RushUp, SensiEDGE, Sfera Labs, Sierra Monitor, Sigfox, Sudo Systems, Terabee and TinyCircuits. The company has added many other major suppliers, such as Micron and Marvel, that are important players though not exclusive to the embedded space.
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