Online resource charts embedded design journey
Premier Farnell has unveiled the Embedded Hub, a dedicated online resource that provides comprehensive support to embedded design engineers at all the stages of the design journey. The Embedded Hub can be accessed from the Farnell element14 website, and is being showcased at the Farnell element14 stand at Embedded Worldin Nuremberg, (26-28 February).
The Embedded Hub takes developers through the design journey in four main knowledge areas: research, design, prototype and test– with each stage providing instant access to resources including product data sheets, application notes, white papers and links to relevant content on the element14 Community.
Developers can follow the design journey through these knowledge areas finding support on what they need at each stage.
A designer searching for microprocessors or programmable devices will, for example, also be guided to the associated components such as memory, power management, I/O devices or connectors that would be required to complete the design project.
Developers can also access information on:
- Development kits, single-board computers and associated software tools such as compilers, OS, middlewares and EDA/CAD tools, with comprehensive data and support available for easy access.
- The development of embedded designs for specific applications, including the Internet of Things, industrial automation and control, wireless, sensing, power management, motor control, lighting, displays and a marketing-leading complete Artificial Intelligence solution for embedded developers.
“Premier Farnell has the most comprehensive offering of embedded products and tools for the design engineer in the high service distribution market”, says Ankur Tomar Regional Solutions Marketing Manager at Premier Farnell and Farnell element14. “We have invested in understanding our customers, and the challenges they face as they follow their design journey, so that we can provide in-depth support, from resources and hardware to software solutions, to accelerate the design process and help them bring their products to market quicker than ever before.”