Rutronik at the Sensor+Test 2019: Hall 1, Booth 319

May 29, 2019 | 11:00
Rutronik at the Sensor+Test 2019: Hall 1, Booth 319
Rutronik at the Sensor+Test 2019: Hall 1, Booth 319
This is a submission from Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH’s about their presence at the 2019 Sensor+Test trade show from June 25 to 27. You can visit them in hall 1, booth 319 and they will focus on solutions for intelligent Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH’s booth at the 2019 Sensor+Test trade show from June 25 to 27 (located in hall 1, booth 319) will focus on solutions for intelligent Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

As part of its SMART initiative, the distributor will be presenting the latest technological developments around sensors and security, Bluetooth, the smart home, predictive maintenance, narrowband IoT, and tracking. With proof-of-concept designs from the SMART initiative’s products, Rutronik will showcase complete solutions for smart IoT applications.

“With a sensor and wireless portfolio that is unrivaled in the industry, we aspire to be the number one sensor distributor,” says Markus Balke, Senior Manager for Product Marketing of Analog & Sensors at Rutronik. The fact that notable manufacturers from the sensor and wireless sectors are exhibiting their products at Rutronik’s booth underscores the company’s claim to this title. Exhibitors include Bosch, EnOcean, Fujitsu, Garmin, Infineon, InsightSiP, NJRC, Melexis, Murata, Nordic Semiconductor, Panasonic, Rohm, Sensirion, ST, TDKMicronas, and Telit.

Highlights at the Sensor+Test will include:
• Environmental sensing solutions from Bosch Sensortec and Sensirion
• Ultralow-power short-range solutions from EnOcean, Fujitsu, Garmin, InsightSiP, Murata, Nordic  Semiconductor, Panasonic,  ST, and Telit                 
• RC car controls from Infineon • Smart-home burglar detection from Bosch Sensortec, EnOcean, and NJRC
• Solutions monitoring machine health  from Rohm • Low-power wide-area network solutions from InsightSiP, Murata,    Nordic, and Telit
• Asset tracking solution from ST • Predictive maintenance demonstrator from Infineon, Murata, and ST
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