Wearable technologies conference 2015: Innovation world cup

Toshiba Electronics Europe (TEE) will be showcasing technologies from across its wide range of standard and custom semiconductor solutions at the Wearable Technologies Conference 2015, held 2nd and 3rd February at the International Congress Centre in Munich.

The company will be showcasing its ultra-small solutions for a wide range of wearable applications including sensors and application processors, wireless charging, Bluetooth communication (including low energy), fast data transfer using TransferJet, as well as memory and LED devices.

Demonstrations featuring various application processors from Toshiba’s ApPLite range that support secure communication and provide timely processing of text, sound, image and sensor data. In combination with recent advances in big data, these application processors make it easier to develop services that provide users with greater value and convenience.

The ability of Toshiba’s TZ1001 ApPLite processor to combine data from its internal accelerometer with external gyroscope and magnetometer data and then send it using its integrated BLE solution will be demonstrated.

In addition to the application processors, Toshiba’s latest Bluetoot 4.0 / 4.1 devices will be demonstrated, including its recently announced Bluetooth – NFC-Tag combo IC that enables effortless “click and connect” pairing.

Wireless charging demonstrations will also feature prominently on the booth, with a number of Toshiba’s Qi-compliant position-free wireless chipsets being exhibited along with a number of module-on-module devices that combine functionalities in ultra-small systems.

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