Ahead of What's Possible –
Internet of Things World 2017
Analog Devices at Internet of Things World 2017
May 16th – 18th
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA
Booth #520Ahead of What's Possible – Internet of Things World 2017
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Advanced Image Capture for Smart City Applications
We’ll demonstrate local image capture using our high dynamic range logarithmic sensor and motion sensing algorithmic software. Discover how this technology can be used in parking guidance, parking violation enforcement, pedestrian detection, and smart street lighting applications.
Building a smart city from the node to the cloud.
See how Analog Devices technology is combined with LEGO blocks to demonstrate several sensor-to-cloud IoT applications. It’s an informative and fun look at advancements in Smart Ag, Building Control, Structural Health Monitoring, and Smart Cities.
Less time developing a solution. More time connecting the world.
Discover a full suite of development resources for building and deploying IoT solutions faster, more cost effectively, and without extensive domain expertise. We will show how ADConnect provides a full IoT sensor-to-cloud solution and how easy it can be to develop applications in the cloud to capture data from our hardware.
Advanced Biometrics on a Wearable Device
We’ll be demonstrating a watch capable of simultaneously monitoring multiple health parameters including ECG, PPG, Motion and EDA measurement.
Helping Protect People and Property
See how Analog Devices technology can be used to remotely detect toxic gas, keeping the user safely away from the harmful area. We’ll also demonstrate how the same technology can detect, measure and communicate critical information, such as high-g impact and temperature for high-value items during shipping. We’ll show how that data can be monitored locally via BLE to a tablet, and from there to the IoT Cloud for enterprise-wide sharing.
Informing a Healthier, Smarter Life
We’re demonstrating a full sensor-to-cloud analysis platform to measure the materials of the world around us. See how a handheld accessory and spectrometer-enabled smartphone measure characteristics in food, ingredients in drugs, detect counterfeits, and track biomarkers over time.
Reduce Downtime and Improve Efficiency
We’ll be showing Sentinel, a thermal monitoring system that informs plant managers, operation managers, maintenance professionals, and electric installations inspectors of anomalies in real time. All while avoiding risks, such as arc flash, and latency of scheduled infrared inspections.
High Reliability and Low-Power Industrial Sensing
See how SmartMesh wireless sensor networking enables sensors to be placed for optimal measurement without impairing communications. SmartMesh is field-proven with over 60,000 customer networks around the world in harsh, demanding RF applications such as data center energy efficiency, rail-car condition monitoring, smart-parking, smart agriculture, and airport fueling.
High Accuracy and Power Management
This smartwatch, which is powered by body heat, is the first to never need recharging. To make it a reality, a low-power consumption design wasn’t simply desired—it was essential. We'll show how the the LTC3108 from Linear Technology and the ADXL362 MEMS accelerometer from Analog Devices provide the needed blend of high accuracy and low power consumption.