Anaren’s AIR (Anaren Integrated Radio) module offers more than just wireless connectivity for sensors. It offers an end-to-end cohesive integration experience, with easy-to-use comprehensive tools that give sensors a new level of accessibility to embedded systems and connectivity.
Sensor Expo 2016 attendees thought, built, and connected through Anaren’s interactive 360-degree booth tour and were inspired and motivated to innovate by the fast and efficient design and deployment of Bluetooth BLE and Wi-Fi wireless embedded systems made possible through Anaren’s Atmosphere development platform and leveraging the Broadcom IoT (WICED) Smart module portfolio.
Visitors to Anaren’s and Broadcom IoT (WICED) booth 1030 were provided with an interactive tour highlighting the features and phases for use of Anaren’s web-based Atmosphere integrated development environment and its new Stratosphere cloud-based hosting platform, along with many widely-varied product implementation ideas.
“We’re going beyond just showing our product; we’re inviting attendees to interact with the full spectrum of our modules, which are in effect enablers of sensor connectivity from embedded systems, through mobile devices, to full cloud access and data manipulation,” said Mark Bowyer, director of wireless business development for Anaren.
“We want attendees to engage with the platforms, experience the simplicity of connectivity, and imagine the possibilities for using Anaren’s solutions to take their own products from idea to production in the least amount of time possible. To that end, we are also delighted to launch our latest Wi- Fi connectivity solution at this show. With such a comprehensive sensor connectivity portfolio, users can hit the ground running and make their ideas a reality,” added Bowyer.
Located at booth #1030, Anaren Sensors Expo highlights included:
- Interactive booth experience featuring guided or self-guided tours;
- FIRST preview of Anaren’s newest development kits, Wi-Fi-enabled module, and latest software to be released this year;
- On-hand “Hacksperts” to help you think, build, and connect your own projects with Anaren products and IoT; and
- Give-away gifts and development kits for qualifying visitors available throughout the show.
A game-changer in wireless innovation, Anaren is a proud sponsor of the 2016 Sensors Design Challenge. This year’s competition featured development kits provided by Anaren for designers to use in their own
applications, and opening remarks by Anaren’s resident hackspert Mihir Dani, who will also provide support to challenge participants throughout the competition.
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