Rutronik at Embedded World 2020

December 19, 2019 Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH

New Bluetooth standards, IoT and 5G applications, and display technologies - Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH's appearance at embedded world (Hall 5, booth 467) from Tuesday, February 25 to Thursday, February 27 in Nuremberg (Germany), 2020 will be centered around these key topics.
 
Rutronik Embedded will show visitors system concepts ranging from connected sensor nodes and gateways to customer-specific display customizations. When it comes to displays, storage media, and embedded boards, robustness and long-term availability are the top priorities. Rutronik will be exhibiting products at embedded world for the metering, medical, and transportation markets, as well as solutions for rugged industrial applications.
 
"This year, our trade show presence will focus on Bluetooth energy harvesting, the latest BLE standards, WLAN short range technologies, IoT mobile radio standards, 5G, as well as TFTs, OLEDS, e-paper, and passive LCDs," explains Vincenzo Santoro, Senior Marketing Manager Displays & Monitors at Rutronik.
 
Rutronik will also be exhibiting data logging applications, antennas, boards, and storage deices at its booth. As in 2018, Rutronik partner PBV Kaufmann
will also be exhibiting at the company's booth, this time with a blockchain/ Handycash application. Demos by manufacturers such as 2J, Apacer, AVX, Chinmore, Intel, Kontron, Molex, Pulse, Swissbit, and Yageo will also be on display.

For more information, please visit: http://www.rutronik.com/

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