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Electronic Design Show 2015 – First Day Review

Electronic Design Show 2015 – First Day Review

Electronic Design Show 2015 – First Day Review

ByteSnap’s Linux User Interface Development Framework and Remote Monitoring System at L22

It’s been a busy, brisk start to the Electronic Design Show for ByteSnap Design.

On the ByteSnap stand – L22 – yesterday we had a very good response to the launch of our new, Linux-based SnapUI user interface development tool.

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Following on the success of SnapUI for Windows CE, this iteration features several enhancements to the product development process for Linux developers, including low power, OpenGL hardware acceleration and rendering capability of 60 fps full HD.

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Also on display – ByteSnap’s LoRa demonstration; a 10km remote monitor which sends information to a ruggedized, fully submersible data logger.  With various I/O terminals, the remote monitoring system is fully customisable, and has a minimum battery life of five years.

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“Today has been very busy – busier than the first day of last year’s EDS,” said ByteSnap Director Dunstan Power. “With SnapUI in particular, visitors to the stand have been able to look at how they can deploy the framework for their own projects.”

“EDS is an key event for the UK electronics industry. It’s a prime trade show for electronic design engineers, indeed, for those involved at any stage of the electronic design or product development cycle,” added Dunstan.

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Thousands of visitors caught up with the latest tools, trends and innovation on the opening day of EDS 2015 at the Jaguar Exhibition Hall at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena. The Electronic Design Show is co-located with both the Embedded Design and Engineering Design Shows.

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Conferences and Workshops

Insight into electronic design in 2016 and beyond was on offer at the New Electronics Conference, with a number of markets represented by speakers including automotive and aerospace. Here’re some highlights from the conference line up:

Yesterday:

  • Lessons from the trenches creating better embedded systems
  • Accelerating IoT innovation with ARM mbed IoT Device Platform
  • The Internet of Things: Why is the promise taking so long to fulfil?

Today:

  • 5G – The future of Mobile Communications
  • Developments in Graphene & 2D materials
  • Enabling the Automotive IoT, Big Data Hits the Road

The show is open today 10am till 4pm. Be sure to visit the ByteSnap Design stand!

Electronic Design Show 2015