Linx President and CEO, Tolga Latif, recently spoke at the LPWA London event where he discussed the problems that specialist antenna design can create when building an IoT device. Click here to read the recap from Rethink Internet of Things.
Linx is excited to be exhibiting again this year at Embedded World – the leading international fair for embedded systems – in Nürnberg, Germany March 14-16, 2017. Linx will be showing its new products and services as it expands its offering from RF hardware to more complete IoT Services and Solutions.
We support our module line with one of the broadest lines of antennas in the industry and high-quality, low cost RF connectors. Linx rounds out its product portfolio with GPS/GNSS modules, a variety of remote controls and keyfobs, battery holders, and custom cable assemblies.
Linx will be exhibiting in Hall 3, Booth 3-339.
Linx’s Antenna Factor division has the industry’s broadest selection of antennas for a wide variety of applications. For customers with specialized needs, custom antennas and design services are available along with simulations of antenna performance to speed development.
With the addition of Smartlinx™, an Internet of Things (IoT) solution, Linx offers solutions from wireless components and electronics to cloud services, data management and user interface solutions. With this customers can remotely connect and control, record, store, analyze, and visualize their information.
“Be it security for electronic systems, distributed intelligence, the Internet of Things or e-mobility and energy efficiency – the embedded world trade fair in Nuremberg enables you to experience the whole world of embedded systems.
Discover the innovations from the embedded sector, meet experts and acquire new customers: Over 930 exhibitors and numerous speakers from 42 countries will be presenting the entire spectrum – ranging from construction elements through modules and full systems, operating systems, hard and software to services – to more than 30,000 trade visitors and approximately 1,700 conference participants from 73 countries.”
– embedded world team
Details of the show are as follows:
Exhibition Centre, 90471 Nürnberg, Germany
Date & opening times
Get ready for DESIGN West 2013, located in the heart of Silicon Valley! DESIGN West is the world’s only technical conference and expo for electronics systems designers, entrepreneurs and technology professionals in the electronics industry, and we couldn’t be more than excited to be part of the action! There will be over 250 exhibitors, free technical training sessions, panel discussion and a handful of speakers. Linx Technologies will be showcasing our recently-released products including the MicroSplatch Antenna, DS Series Encoder/Decoder, R4 Series GPS Module and F4 Series GPS Module, not to mention our popular WRT Series Antenna. We would love to meet you at the show, so please stop by booth #716 and say hello! If you can’t make it in-person, we hope you can tune in on our blog, Facebook or Twitter so you don’t miss any show highlights. It looks like it’s going to be an exciting show!
DESIGN West is the world’s only technical conference and expo for electronics systems designers, entrepreneurs, and technology professionals in the electronics industry. Held in the heart of Silicon Valley, it is where the world’s top design engineers and product developers gather and learn, gain inspiration, and get practical information and hands-on training they can put to immediate use.
Launched in 2012, the four-day DESIGN West event builds upon the solid foundation of engineering education pioneered by the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC). Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2013, ESC is joined by popular design summits including Black Hat and the Android Certification Program.
April 22: 11:30am – 7:00pm
April 23: 11:30am – 5:30pm
April 25: 11:30am – 4:30pm
Location: San Jose McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, CA
Teeming with 250+ exhibitors showcasing the latest technologies and solutions you need with live demos, hands-on training, panel discussions and device teardowns!
FREE education & training in the Expo includes:
With over 200 design engineering education and training sessions, the DESIGN West conference gives you the latest practical information, relevant software, hardware and systems design tools and inspiration you need for your projects.
Luke Dubord is an Avionics System Engineer at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He is currently the cross cutting infrastructure and autonomous fault protection lead on the Mars Science Laboratory mission that successfully landed on August 5th. Prior to working in fault protection, Luke was a member of the MSL Assembly, Test, and Launch Operations (ATLO) team, and worked on many aspects of the MSL computer and power systems, including being the lead system engineer for the development of the MSL pyrotechnics system. Luke was the system engineer on console for both MSL launch and Entry Descent and Landing, and was quite pleased that every pyrotechnic device fired correctly to land Curiosity on Mars! Prior to MSL, Luke also worked on numerous mission proposal teams at JPL performing mission concept development. Luke received his bachelors in 2003 from the University of Washington and his Masters in 2005 from Stanford, both in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering with a focus in Dynamics and Controls.
Bialik made a name for herself in the entertainment business while at the same time developing a fascinating career in neuroscience, very similar to her Big Bang Theory character. After receiving her PhD in neuroscience at UCLA, Bialik had originally intended to become a research professor before she and her husband turned their focus toward their children. As if it’s not enough to be a mom and an actress on a popular sitcom, Bialik designed a neuroscience curriculum for the home school community that covered everything from the brain’s structure to the spinal cord to how the senses work, in addition to the ideas of the “early heavy hitters” in the science of the brain like Sigmund Freud and Ivan Pavlov. She also taught biology and chemistry to three different classes.
Hugh Herr, who heads the Biomechatronics research group at the MIT Media Lab, focuses on developing physically assistive technologies that will be intimate extensions of the human body—structurally, neurologically, and dynamically. A double amputee himself, Herr is the holder (or co-holder) of 14 patents related to assistive devices, including those for a computer-controlled artificial knee, commercially available as the Rheo Knee, an active ankle-foot orthosis, and the world’s first powered ankle-foot prosthesis. The powered foot and ankle is being commercially produced by iWalk, a Media Lab spinoff company, of which Herr is founder and chief scientific officer. These devices are advancing an emerging field of science that applies the principles of muscle mechanics, neural control, and human biomechanics to guide the design of biomimetic robots and human rehabilitation devices. The goal is to rehabilitate individuals suffering from limb loss or pathology, and also to augment human physical capabilities.
For every tweet you send during the show using @linxtech and #DesignWest, you will be entered into a drawing to win LEGO MINDSTORMS! A winner will be picked in the afternoon on the last day of the show.