18 Nov 2019 | Tokyo

STMicroelectronics Exhibits Its Latest Semiconductor Solutions for Industrial IoT at Embedded Technology 2019

Tokyo / 18 Nov 2019

STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM) , a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, exhibits its latest semiconductor solutions for processing, sensing, connectivity, security, and power management in industrial IoT (IIoT) applications at Embedded Technology (ET), Pacifico Yokohama, November 20-22, 2019.

Main Stage: ST demonstrates vibration detection for predictive maintenance, vibration recognition with machine learning, image recognition with embedded Artificial Intelligence (AI), object detection using Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensing, IO-Link communication, and electro-valve control, as well as an intuitive Human Machine Interface (HMI).

Processing: Visitors can see demonstrations including image identification by a high-performance STM32 microcontroller with embedded AI and simultaneous graphic processing and motor control for brushless DC motors, using an Arm® Cortex®-A and Cortex-M4 dual-core general-purpose STM32 microprocessor.

Sensing: ST demos include activity tracking using a 6-axis motion sensor with a machine learning core, a pressure sensor for air-flow monitoring in vacuum cleaners, a ToF ranging sensor for counting the number of people passing through a gate, and global shutter image sensor.

Connectivity: Setups at the booth will demonstrate a positioning system based on a sub-GHz IC supporting Sigfox™ Monarch remote tracking and location services, transmission of tag data scanned by a UHF reader to the cloud via LPWAN, and wireless communication featuring a Bluetooth® Low Energy IC.

Security: Visitors can see secure transmission of sensor data via the carrier network using eSIMs for IoT devices loaded with network-ready carrier profiles and protecting and verifying certificates used for connecting to the cloud by an STM32 microcontroller with Arm TrustZone® security technology.

Power Management: Demos will showcase a sensor-node solution that transmits data to the cloud via Sigfox using the power from a solar panel boosted by a DC-DC converter IC. ST's latest wireless-charging IC and USB power delivery controller IC are also on display.

In addition, visitors can gain hands-on experience with a broad range of ST’s development boards for prototyping IIoT devices.

STM32 is a registered and/or unregistered trademark of STMicroelectronics International NV or its affiliates in the EU and/or elsewhere. In particular, STM32 is registered in the US Patent and Trademark Office.

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