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15th May 2019
European seminars focus on Machine Learning and AI

Future Electronics and NXP Semiconductors will be hosting a series of presentations in Europe on Machine Learning and AI. Attendees will learn how Machine Learning, and AI is becoming accessible to their product roadmaps.

27th February 2019
Space-vector modulation adapted for 8-bit MCU

SPINnaker is a motor control daughter board from Future Electronics for low cost SPACE-Vector-Modulation build for the STMicroelectronics Nucleo-8S208RB kit, a development platform for the STM8S series of low-cost 8-bit microcontrollers board. It is being debuted and demonstrated at embedded world 2019 in Nuremberg (February 26-28).

23rd January 2019
Development platform helps tighten IoT security

Sequana is a hardware and software platform from Future Electronics for the rapid development of secure, connected and IoT devices. The platform includes a main controller board and a sensor daughterboard for measurement of indoor pollutants, humidity, and visible and infrared light.

18th December 2018
Development board accelerates thermal imaging

An Arduino-compatible development board which implements contactless temperature measurement and far-field thermal imaging at a resolution of 32x24 pixels has been introduced by Future Electronics. The board may be used as a platform for the rapid development of various new smart system and IoT applications.

19th November 2018
GaN-enabled digital PFC reference design board achieves 99% efficiency

  New from global electronics component distributor, Future Electronics, is the GaNdalf reference board, which implements high-efficiency PFC and benefits from the switching and conduction performance of the latest GaN power switches from Panasonic, supported by a dual-core digital signal controller from Microchip.

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31st August 2018
Stuttgart chosen as venue for IoT workshop

Future Electronics is hosting a seminar workshop with Multitech, Gemalto, and Sierra Wireless about the latest cellular technologies for IoT on September 5, in Stuttgart, Germany. The Internet of Things has seen rapid growth in recent years, and manufacturers must get their products connected if they want to benefit from the burgeoning IoT market.

27th August 2018
Future Electronics, Taoglas seal global pact

Future Electronics has signed a global distribution agreement with Republic of Ireland-based Taoglas which supplies a comprehensive range of external, embedded and base station antenna and RF solutions for IoT and M2M applications such as Telematics/Automotive, Smart Grid, Metering/Telemetry, Home Automation, Remote Monitoring and Medical applications.

8th August 2018
Enhancements add to development kit's IoT capabilities

Enhancements have been added to Future Electronics’ Nebula IoT Development Kit.  The Nebula board has been designed to enable novices and expert developers alike to explore the vast opportunities in IoT applications, including asset tracking, energy management, fitness, lighting controls, HVAC, portable controls, security and building automation.

6th August 2018
Meeting customer demand despite severe worldwide capacitor shortage

Distributors continue to help cushion customers from the effects of components shortages, though there are signs of a softening market. Addressing analysts on a call hosted by seeking, Arrow Electronics CEO Michael Long indicated that while it’s global components business leading indicators remained healthy and its backlog continued to grow at robust rate, the rate of sequential year-over-year growth moderated.

27th September 2017
IoT development kit smooths path to prototype

The Nebula IoT Development Kit has been unveiled by Future Electronics. It was developed with partners Cypress Semiconductor and Murata. The Nebula board is an IoT cloud ready board that allows developers to quickly prototype and deploy their IoT ecosystems. Wireless connectivity is supported by the Murata 1DX module, which is powered by the Cypress CYW4343W Wi-Fi and BT/BLE combo SoC.

19th September 2017
Future Electronics signs GP Batteries in EMEA and Americas

Future Electronics has signed a franchise distribution agreement with GP Batteries, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of primary and rechargeable batteries for electronics products. The agreement with GP Batteries International gives Future Electronics a sales franchise spanning the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, and North and South America.

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25th July 2017
Dates set for pan-European HMI seminars

Dates for a series of seminars presenting the latest technologies for advanced Human-Machine Interface (HMI) designs, including microcontrollers with multi-touch and voice-recognition capabilities and tools for rapid graphics display development, have been announced by Future Electronics.

18th July 2017
Dublin's Decawave goes global with Future Electronics

Future Electronics has signed a worldwide franchise distribution agreement with Dublin-based Decawave, a manufacturer of low-cost, low-power indoor positioning ICs and modules. Under the agreement, which is effective immediately, Future Electronics is stocking production volumes of Decawave’s DW1000 wireless transceiver, an IEEE802.15.4-2011 Ultra-Wideband (UWB)-compliant device, and the DWM1000 module, which is based on the transceiver.

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3rd July 2017
Seminars focus on wide bandgap semiconductor advances

A programme of European ‘Wide Bandgap Technology’ seminars which will help design engineers to take advantage of the latest SiC and GaN components has been announced by Future Electronics. SiC (silicon carbide) and GaN (gallium nitride) wide bandgap semiconductor materials are attracting great interest from power engineers because of their superior thermal, switching and power-handling characteristics compared to silicon.

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29th March 2017
Pan-European seminars cover sensor technologies

Details have been released by Future Electronics for a European series of technical seminars presenting new sensor and security technologies for Internet of Things (IoT) devices and guidance on ways to take advantage of cloud computing. This series of ‘Sensor to Cloud’ workshops is the latest activity in a Future Electronics programme to enhance the Intelligence of Things.

15th March 2017
Embedded World: Distributor strengthens embedded market position

The newly founded Future Embedded Systems, a business unit of Future Electronics, demonstrated its serious intent to be a major player in the market arriving at Embedded Systems in Nuremberg brandishing a new supplier and showcasing a raft of demonstrations with its suppliers.

Events News
23rd February 2017
Free Flower Power boards light up Embedded World

300 Intersil ‘Flower Power’ light-sensing reference design boards will be given away by distributor Future Electronics at Embedded World 2017 in Nuremberg ( March 14-16). The Flower Power reference design board will be demonstrated live at the show and celebrates the 50th anniversary of the San Francisco Summer of Love.

22nd February 2017
Future Electronics bolsters NFC offering

Future Electronics has signed worldwide distribution agreements with Smartrac and Elatec which enable it to supply customers with a comprehensive choice of NFC, HF and UHF tag ICs and inlays, reader ICs and reader modules. Smartrac is a manufacturer of NFC, HF and UHF inlays. Inlays are tag labels which may be applied to almost any end product or package for data-rich, wireless identification. Germany-based Elatec supplies integrated, certified N...

Events News
15th February 2017
Tech Talks cover wide range of topics at Embedded World

A programme of ‘Tech Talks’ presentations by leading semiconductor manufacturers will be hosted on the Future Electronics stand at Embedded World in Nuremberg , (March 14-16, 2017). The presentations will shed light on some of the most pressing issues facing embedded system developers today, including security, connectivity and the Internet of Things.

17th January 2017
Smart street light solution arrives in EMEA

Future Electronics has strengthened its position in the lighting sector by signing a distribution agreement covering EMEA with Flashnet, a provider of Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure and smart city solutions. The agreement sees Future distributing Flashnet’s inteliLIGHT, a LoRaWAN-compatible smart street lighting solution. It is effective immediately.

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