Atmel Corporation is unveiling new solutions to enable smart, connected, and secure devices in the Internet of Things (IoT) at Electronica 2014 held in Munich, Germany, November 11-14 .
The company is showcasing a plethora of IoT solutions in its booth located in Hall A5, Booth 542, including:
Low-power embedded processing
- Industry’s lowest power ARM Cortex-M0+ MCU For Internet of Things
- A new QTouch safety platform for home appliance user interfaces
- Next-generation 8-bit AVR MCUs accelerating development of low-power applications
- Industry’s first FCC-certified Wi-Fi and MCU integrated module
- Atmel’s new CAN transceiver family
- A next-generation LIN system basis chip portfolio for in-vehicle networking
Easy-to-use software and tools
- IAR Systems supports Atmel’s complete microcontroller portfolio, expanding Atmel’s IoT software and tools ecosystem
- An ultra-low cost Xplained mini development platform available for only $8.88 USD that is compatible with any Atmel 8-bit megaAVR MCUs
- Xplained Ultra evaluation kit for fast prototyping and evaluation of Atmel | SMART SAMA5D4 Cortex-A5 based MPUs
- A security module compatible with all Xplained boards that supports SHA256, AES128 and ECC256 hardware authentication for IoT nodes
Atmel will demonstrate applications of these technologies in four pods: Smart Home, Industrial, Automotive, and Maker . Visit http://www.atmel.com/microsite/Electronica-2014/ for details on the various components and applications to be featured at the show.