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05-02-2019 | RS Components | New Technologies

RS Components will be showing its newest products and innovations together with some of the world’s leading suppliers at this year’s embedded world exhibition in Nuremberg, Germany. Also, specialists from the RS DesignSpark team will introduce visitors to the company’s industry-leading suite of free design software.

The IoT will be a key theme of the company's stand, featuring development platforms from Sony Semiconductor and Microchip Technology. Sony’s low-power SPRESENSE development platform is created for versatility and provides many options for IoT developers, including excellent audio and imaging capabilities. Visitors can meet the Sony team and experience SPRESENSE first hand. RS will also be demonstrating Microchip’s AVR-IoT development board, which provides an easy, affordable and accessible way to design and prototype IoT Node applications. More IoT innovations will be featured on an IoT Connected Wall, showcasing products available from the company for IoT development.

The RS DesignSpark engineering platform will be another key feature of the stand, with specialists on hand to demonstrate the company’s range of free-to-download design tools and resources, and to explain the benefits and support provided by this 750,000+-strong engineering community.

Another highlight at the company's stand will be Pi Eye. The Pi Eye is a camera that integrates with the Raspberry Pi computer to produce high-quality 3D images at a relatively low cost compared to similar solutions.

Embedded World, Hall 3A, Stand 439, 26-28 February

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