Rutronik at the Sensor+Test 2018: Hall 1, Booth 319

8 MAY 2018

Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH is presenting solutions for intelligent Internet of Things (IoT) applications at the Sensor+Test 2018 trade show (June 26 to 28, Nuremberg) in Hall 1, Booth 319 as part of the RUTRONIK SMART campaign.

At the individual counters at Rutronik’s booth, the distributor will inform visitors about the latest technological developments in the fields of presence and gesture recognition, predictive maintenance, air quality measurement, rotary-motion measurement, robotics, and ultra-low power applications. With proof-of-concept designs from the SMART campaign’s products, Rutronik will be presenting complete solutions for smart IoT applications.

Intelligent sensor technology, together with innovative wireless solutions for smart health, home, retail, and tracking technology, is one of the focal points of Rutronik’s appearance at the Sensor+Test trade show. When it comes to wireless solutions, the focus is on Bluetooth 5 as a SoC (System on Chip) or module, Bluetooth Mesh, NB-IoT/LTE Cat. M1, and LPWAN in combination with additional wireless technologies like Bluetooth Low Energy.

“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 Marketing Manager 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. The exhibitors include Bosch, Infineon, Melexis, NJRC, Nordic, Omron, Sensirion, ST, TDK-Micronas, and Telit.

RUTRONIK SMART encompasses sensors, radio cryptography ICs, security components, and cloud services that are optimized for IoT applications due to their small size, low energy consumption, and high level of integration.

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