STMicroelectronics Shows Its Latest Solutions for Smart Driving and IoT at electronica China

Shanghai, China / 14 Mar 2017

STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM) , a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, is showcasing its latest technologies and products for Smart Driving and Internet of Things (IoT) at electronica China 2017, Shanghai New International Expo Center, Hall E4 Booth 4102, March 14-16, 2017. 

Under the theme of “ST is making everything smarter”, the Company will demonstrate its contributions to making driving greener, safer, and more connected and secure. ST will also showcase its complete portfolio of key components for IoT applications.

The ST demonstrations at electronica China 2017 include: 

  • A Smart-Home wall that includes a smart lock, a BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) connected wall switch, and voice-over-Bluetooth capabilities. The solution integrates a host of ST’s microcontroller, MEMS, and motor-control products. 
  • Smart City/IoT solutions with an STSAFE-A™ secure element will demonstrate the authentication between street lights and a cloud server.
  • The STM32L475 Discovery kit with low-power multi-link communication (BLE, Sub-GHz), multi-way sensing (motion, environment, audio), and direct connection to Amazon cloud services, which makes it easy to create any kind of IoT nodes.
  • ·         A demo car that shows ST’s complete car body-control module solution, including exterior/interior lamps, central lock, front and rear wipers, power window controls, remote keyless entry, and Local Interconnect Network (LIN) and high-speed Controller Area Network (CAN) communication functions.
  • Demos based on ST’s latest Accordo5 automotive processors including a smartphone replication for display audio infotainment applications and digital instrument cluster; and 24GHz and 77GHz automotive-radar ICs.
  • An STM32L0-based LoRa® network that includes LoRa nodes based on ultra-low power STM32L microcontrollers and a LoRa gateway built around a high-performance STM32F7 microcontroller. The LoRa network will dynamically show the temperature, humidity, and pressure information of the nodes with a friendly GUI; an STM32F103-based robot with visual orientation.
  • Solutions built around ST’s ST25D NFC dynamic tags for convenient product configuration, for data-logger applications such as a temperature sensor, for Bluetooth-pairing stereo handset and for an NFC home gateway. ST will also be showcasing its ST25R NFC readers supporting ISO14443A/B, ISO15693, and ISO18092 standards, which are well-suited for payment, access control, and connected-home applications.
  • An STM32 Nucleo pack (P-NUCLEO-USB001) with a certified embedded software solution (X-CUBE-USB-PD) for developing USB Type-C™ and Power Delivery applications.
  • ST products and development tools for 3D printing including motor drivers, power management, microcontrollers, wireless connectivity.
  • A fast charger for smartphones and tablets that supports Quick Charge™ 3.0 protocol, based on ST devices including the STCH02 ultra-low standby power controller.
  • ST’s SensorTile IoT development kit with multiple sensors, BLE connectivity, and an STM32L4 microcontroller. Now ready to support Chinese speech recognition through iFlytek’s cloud service, SensorTile will enable the development of localized Smart-Home, robotics, and IoT applications.
  • YUWELL’s smart blood-pressure monitor integrating ST’s LIS3DH accelerometer that helps to detect unexpected movements and positions of the wrist and improve blood-pressure measurement accuracy; a Mitu self-balanced robot controlled by ST’s LSM6DS3 motion-sensor combo.
  • Applications based on ST’s Time-of-Flight (ToF) ranging sensors (VL53L0X/VL6180): User motion detection bar that is able to distinguish the user from a fixed object; lighting-level control solution; Feima J.ME drone for obstacle avoidance; Neato’s Botvac D3 vacuum cleaner robot for cliff detection and obstacle avoidance; a Readboy educational tablet with reading-distance management; a water faucet solution with user detection; and ToF modules with integrated cover glass and PCB.

Tony Ren, Microcontroller Product Section Manager in STMicroelectronics’ China Region, will deliver a speech on “STM32 Ecosystem Boosting IoT Innovations” at the International Embedded System Innovation Forum co-located with electronica China 2017. Ren’s speech will cover STM32 development strategy and elements available to address the IoT market; STM32 MCU family from high performance to ultra-low power consumption to address different needs; STM32 success stories in China and cooperation with local partners. The International Embedded System Innovation Forum is taking place on Wednesday, March 15, 2017 from 09:45 to 16:00 at Room M31 in Hall E5, 2F, Shanghai New International Expo Center.

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