Data Modul Presents Everything about Embedded at embedded world

January 11, 2019 Laura Dolan

München. Data Modul AG will be appearing at embedded world from February 26 to 28 in Hall 1, Booth 1-234 in Nuremberg, Germany presenting its involvement in present and future embedded solutions.


Data Modul will be discussing:

- eMotion NT2: 3 and NT1: 3: The continuation of a success story 

- eMotion UHD II: The extensive range of displays, the in-house developed embedded components and the core competency field of display optimization

- Saving electricity with Tri-color 12.2" ePaper 

- Wireless transmission of image content 

- Smart scaler: WLAN & Bluetooth OSD expansion 

- COM Express modules: Based on Intel Coffee Lake and Apollo Lake 

- Hybrid display control: Touch and gesture control 

- Current Touch Encoder with up to 32 Positions 

- 7.0" TFT in Blanview Technology: Sunlight and Power Saving at the Same Time 

- Alligator: 43" Digital Signage Monitor Stand for POI/POS 

- 31.5" High Brightness Monitor for Outdoor Applications 

- 21.5" Panel PC with integrated face recognition camera 

- 12" Panel PC/Baytrail Low Power and High-Performance Solution

- PCAP extensions: Haptics, force and gesture control 

- Transparent and flexible passive-matrix OLEDs 

- Optical bonding in a vivid model 

- i.MX6 CPU based eDM-SBC-i.MX6-PPC board with comprehensive slim Panel PC solutions

- More developments of the PCAP Invention easyTOUCH and easyTouch Plus

- The Active Stylus (pen) with which a 27" high-resolution screen that can be operated and labeled

- Bonding technologies (Air, LOCA, OCA, GEL)

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