AVR MCU development board is Google Cloud-ready

As part of an expanded partnership with Google Cloud, Microchip Technology has launched a novel IoT rapid development board enabling designers to prototype connected devices within minutes. The solution combines a powerful AVR microcontroller, a CryptoAuthentication secure element IC and a fully certified Wi-Fi network controller to provide a simple and effective way to connect embedded applications. Once connected, Google Cloud IoT Core makes it easy to collect, process and analyze data to inform decisions at scale.

Humidity and temperature transmitter up to 180°C

The new model EE23-T5 is suitable for a temperature range of -40 to 180°C and thus expands the application range of the proven transmitter series. The high-quality E+E humidity sensor with optional sensor coating ensures most accurate and long-term stable measurements.

Apple to acquire PMIC capabilities, staff from Dialog

In return Dialog is set to be paid $600 million and will then its focus on opportunities to supply configurable mixed-signal, audio and charging ICs into the Internet of Things (IoT), mobile, automotive, computing and storage sectors.

Dialog described the deal as a strengthening of its partnership with Apple while adding that it would continue to deliver PMICs to other customers globally.

Farnell element14 to ship 65,000 micro:bit to Danish Schools

“Programmes like this are essential if we are to break the cycle of ‘ready-made’ technology and prepare a generation of students for a working economy that will value skills such as computational thinking, problem solving and creativity more than ever before.

Lidar startup collects funding of $45 million

The strategic funding is provided by technology and industry leaders, including Cainiao Smart Logistics Network Ltd, the logistics arm of the Alibaba Group; as well as of carmakers SAIC Motor Group and the BAIC Group electric vehicle company.

Micro energy collectors for the Internet of Things

The researchers have developed a new process for this purpose: Small molecules are combined to form polymers that can transport negative charge carriers (electrons). The highlight is that, unlike comparable polymers, this polymer is in the liquid state. This enables them to print or spray very thin and smooth organic functional layers on surfaces. The researchers now want to develop thermoelectric generators that supply energy to sensors in places that are difficult to access, for example, where battery replacement is not useful, not possible or very expensive.

12-switch matrix manager controls up to 24 LEDs

The IC minimizes thermal issues associated with LED matrix lighting applications by offering a low internal switch resistance resistance of 70 mOhm, which Maxim Integrated Products says is 65 percent lower than the closest competitive solution.

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