The virtual gates of the first Digital Rutronik Forum @ SENSOR+TEST will open here: on June 23, 2020 from 10.00 a.m. CEST. Finding smart solutions for IoT applications is part of Rutronik‘s daily business. Particularly in challenging times, it is important for the distributor to create communication channels that offer the possibility of presenting innovations at a distance in order to support customers in their product design.

Five English-speaking sessions are planned for this day with leading manufacturers for IoT applications. On the hour, they will present their latest products and demos in a live broadcast.

10:00 a.m. Bosch Sensortec:

Quality, performance & prolonged availability – The Bosch Sensortec Longevity Program for MEMS motion and barometric pressure sensors

11:00 a.m. Infineon:

IoT Predictive Maintenance solution by Infineon

02:00 p.m NJRC:

A virtual walk thru NJRC‘s competitive Analog & Sensor portfolio

03:00 p.m. ST:

ST Sensor Solutions for Condition Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance

04:00 p.m. Melexis:

Melexis launches new 3D magnetic sensor for automotive and industrial applications

The viewers have the opportunity to ask questions in the chat, which the manufacturers answer in the Q&A round afterwards. Markus Balke, Senior Manager Product Marketing Analog & Sensors at Rutronik, is acting as the host of the forum: „Due to the current situation, the year 2020 faces the electronics industry with major challenges. Many restrictions in private and professional environments are making business as usual difficult and we have to find creative and innovative solutions everywhere to keep the engine running. Against this background, Rutronik has decided to organise the first Digital Rutronik Forum @ SENSOR+TEST and cordially invites visitors from all over the world. They will gain an insight into current IoT solutions from leading electronics experts who will meet in a virtual room on June 23 for a professional exchange of information.“

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There will also be further information about the forum and Rutronik‘s SMART campaign.