Embedded World 2018 - STM32 Fan Zone


​At Embedded World 2018, our Fan Zone was buzzing with innovative applications enabled by our STM32 products and applications. We had 28 demo pods with an area dedicated to Education, one to STM32 Experts and two to STM32 Makers featuring drones, robots, digital jewelry, AI, robots and more.

 

Visitors could interact in various scenarios with the SPOON robot by Spoon.ai that is based on a KUKA robotic arm with STM32 MCUs.  The Tracking system from openRTLS shows two lamps following a football around the zone. Makers could register to get a number of development boards at two kiosks in the Fan Zone and one in the demo area
STM32 fans at work at ST's booth Discover products like zForce AIR or the AirBar developed by Neonode, which uses incredible technology provided by ST. Here you can interact with an extraordinary display or get touchscreen technology on your laptop thanks to the new AirBar. Photon is a toy robot that teaches logical thinking and programming to young children

 

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