ST is Making Everything Smarter — at Electronica and Beyond!

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Come see ST for:

Technologies for Smart Industry…

…including many technology building blocks such as advanced power management, smart sensing and motor control, distributed intelligence, and secure wired and wireless connectivity. ST’s Industry 4.0 Smart Factory demonstration highlights semiconductor solutions that support the march into the future of manufacturing: generating greater efficiency, more automation, increased safety, and greater flexibility.

For the IoT…

…an extensive portfolio of easy-to-use/develop/prototype microcontrollers helps developers find the optimal host for their applications. The STM32 family of ARM® Cortex®-M-core microcontrollers includes more than 700 devices ranging from the ultra-energy-conscious to the highest-performing. With these silicon “brains,” ST’s broad portfolio of sensors combined with low power connectivity can create the eyes and ears of the IoT, using advanced MEMS motion, pressure, and acoustic sensors as well as temperature, touch, and proximity sensors.

For security…

…that builds on proven smartcard expertise and a portfolio of secure elements and microcontrollers that provide low-power, high-performing protection suitable for use in smart, connected embedded systems. ST is showing demonstrations that present its STSAFE secure component portfolio as well as ST25 RFID and NFC dynamic tags, which make asset tracking and authentication more convenient and efficient.

For Smart Driving…

…that is safer, greener, and more connected, ST’s chips and controllers for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), V2X (Vehicle-to-Vehicle and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure) communication, machine vision, radar, automotive-qualified MEMS, and navigation solutions enable amazing progress toward autonomous driving. And ST’s secure gateways and modules are protecting the connected car and is showcased in a software-update-over-the-air demonstration.

And while we continue to make great progress in the electronic management that is making conventional cars greener, advances in power semiconductors are helping us go further on clean electric energy. This includes rugged, high-efficiency silicon-carbide (SiC) power technology that is delivering more affordable hybrid and electric vehicles to meet modern mobility needs.

For  pros (and makers)…

… the STM32 Open Development Environment, with its ability to accelerate development, can be the difference between success and failure for many new products. The strength of ST’s industry-leading support ecosystem and tool portfolio is the combination of a huge variety of competitively priced STM32 Nucleo boards available now with the STM32Cube software tools and combined sensing and connectivity solutions supported by the STM32 Open Development Environment. (An aside: ST continues to support start-ups and makers as a Platinum sponsor of the Electronica Fast Forward Platform and Start-up Award.)

All of this–and more–is on display for visitors to the ST booth 207 Hall A5. We hope to see you there!

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