If "dumb" devices are going to get smart, developers are going to have to get to grips with trusted gateways, E2E encryption, private and public keys, wireless protocols and profiles, and the RED regulation. Yes, there are IoT single-chip solutions that incorporate all the facets. The overview indicates whether they are really keeping their promises, and what stumbling blocks await along the way.
The STM32L496xx devices are the ultra-low-power microcontrollers based on the high-performance ARM® Cortex®-M4 32-bit RISC core operating at a frequency of up to 80 MHZ.
Ispringen (Germany), April 19, 2017 – With the LIS2DW12, distributor Rutronik presents the new member of STMicroelectronics low-power, high-performance MEMS product family. Taking context sensing in IoT and wearable devices to the next level, the 3-axis accelerometer delivers superior accuracy, flexibility, and energy savings by supporting multiple low-power and low-noise settings in a 2x2x0.7mm package.
Displays are often a prominent feature in science-fiction and futuristic visions. We have now actually reached that future: OLEDs enable the creation of thin, flexible, transparent displays, and in new shapes too. They offer enormous opportunities to add new features to existing applications, or to create entirely new-style products.