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ON Semi to address autonomous vehicles & the IIoT at electronica

14th September 2016
Nat Bowers

ON Semiconductor will focus on four key market segments at this year’s electronica in Munich. Visitors to the over 400 square metre booth will see the company’s latest products and innovations for automotive, the IoT, motor control and wearable devices. Sixteen live demonstrations will show how the various products and technologies can be utilised and combined to enable energy efficient innovations in integrated systems.

In the automotive sector, ON Semiconductor’s broad portfolio of products and technologies continue to address the latest applications throughout the vehicle, as active (ADAS) safety, LED lighting, motor control, vehicle connectivity and vehicle electrification evolve at a rapid pace. In addition, the company’s products help enable progress towards semi and fully autonomous vehicles.

The IoT and the IIoT represent a high profile and burgeoning market sector. ON Semiconductor is able to address the key IoT areas of sensing, wireless communications, embedded control, motor drive and power management with a growing portfolio of products including image sensors, smart passive sensors and 2.4 and sub-1GHz transceivers supporting the leading wireless communications protocols for the IoT.

The wearables market is another rapidly expanding and diversifying area in which ON Semiconductor is able to provide many solutions in applications ranging from hearing aids to smart watches and both AR and VR headwear.

Finally, the semiconductor manufacturer will showcase its products that include advanced integrated power modules and controllers, as well as a broad portfolio of discrete power devices to provide complete motor control in the consumer appliance, industrial and automotive markets.  This includes solutions for exciting new applications like drones, robotics and industrial automation.

Unwind at Happy Hour
Electronica attendees are invited to join the ON Semiconductor team for Happy Hour from 5:30 to 7:00 pm on Wednesday, 9th November. Hall A5, Stand 225.

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