Rutronik Showcasing Solutions for Intelligent IoT Applications
Sensors Expo kicks off this week in San Jose, California. Among the 300+ exhibitors showcasing the latest in sensor tech and applications will be Rutronik Inc., a leading global broad-line stocking distributor with a comprehensive portfolio of products and technology solutions for IoT and embedded systems.
Rutronik will be at Booth #1602 where its primary focus will be solutions for intelligent Internet of Things (IoT) applications. As part of its SMART initiative, the company will be showcasing the latest technological developments around sensors and security, Bluetooth, smart homes, predictive maintenance, narrowband IoT, and asset tracking. With proof-of-concept designs from the SMART initiative’s products, Rutronik will highlight complete solutions for smart IoT applications.
“The Sensors Expo is the industry’s premier event dedicated to new sensor trends, products, and solutions in North America,” said Sean Sisson, vice president North America and Latin America at Rutronik, Inc. “We look forward to showcasing our unrivaled portfolio of sensor products and technologies, as well as introducing attendees to our extensive warehouse stock and qualified technical support engineers, who are able to deliver to our customers a combination of reliable component supplies with high-quality service that no other distributor can provide.”
As part of the Sensor’s Expo conference program, Rutronik Key Account Manager, Jamie Fidler, will give a presentation entitled “IoT & Sensors,” providing a brief overview of the critical role sensors will play in the IoT signal chain. The presentation is scheduled for 11:35 a.m. on Wednesday, June 26, in the Sensors Live Theater on the Expo floor.
Additional exhibition highlights include demonstrations, such as:
- Sensirion environmental sensors, including the SPS30 Series carbon dioxide sensor, SCD30 Series particulate matter sensor, and SGP30 temperature/humidity sensor
- Programmable and non-programmable linear and rotational Hall effect sensors from Micronas Devices
Other exhibits include:
- Ultralow-power, short-range solutions from EnOcean, Fujitsu, Garmin, and InsightSiP
- Smart-home burglar detection from Bosch, and EnOcean
- Low-power, wide-area network solutions from InsightSiP