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IoT development platform features at embedded world

20th February 2019
Mick Elliott

During embedded world 2019 in Nuremberg (February 26-28)Digi-Key Electronics will have representatives on-hand to talk about some of the latest products and technology they have to help make the jobs of engineers and designers easier and more efficient. In addition, visitors can get a hands-on demo of the DK IoT Studio and find out more about two new platforms that were recently added to the tool.

These are STMicroelectronics SensorTile – STEVAL-STLCS01V1 and the Microchip AVR-IoT Sensor Node – AC164160.

Guests to the booth also are able to use free tokens to play on one of many slot machines or the new crane games for the chance to win a prize.

“We always look forward to the opportunity to network with engineers and customers and are excited to demonstrate how the future of technology can help bring their designs to market faster,” said Hermann Reiter, Director, Global Strategic Business Development & Supplier Management. “Digi-Key is continuously working hard to ensure our website, tools, and resources are designed to fully enhance our digital relationship with our customers.”

As part of Student Day on Thursday, February 28, the first 500 students to stop by the Digi-Key booth will receive a free Digi-Key PCB ruler.

While there, they can learn more about Digi-Key’s academic solutions such as free tools and a wide variety of educational kits, boards, modules, and more; as well as register to win a Digi-Key InstaLab Kit. Drawing for the winner will take place the week following embedded world.

The InstaLab was created with the intention of providing enough gear to turn an electronics student’s dorm room into their own maker space.

The kit includes over 20 different products from many of Digi-Key's supplier partners including Teledyne LeCroy, B&K Precision, TPI, Klein Tools, Chip Quick, Wiha, Apex Tool Group, Desco, Multicore, 3M, Greenlee, and SparkFun.

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