Your Next Smart, Low-Power Applications at Embedded World


Your next smart, low-power applications at Embedded World

If you are in Germany, Nuremberg, next week, we hereby invite you to our stand during the Embedded World tradeshow. Here we will show you a range of real-world applications using the EFM32 Gecko MCUs. Drop by at Hall 1-Booth 523.

On show will be products spanning various industry sectors for such diverse uses as dive watches, avalanche monitors, home io-controls and utility meters: Velux, a company well-known for its roof windows and blinds, has selected the EFM32 Giant Gecko microcontroller for the touch screen interface in its award winning ‘Velux Integra’ electric window remote control series. PIEPS GmbH, a long-established Austrian company that is a leader in life saving avalanche transceivers, has designed the EFM32 Cortex-M3 MCU into its top-of-the-range handheld avalanche monitor, the ‘PIEPS VECTOR’, for use by mountaineers and rescue services. Miitors, developing leading edge IP for water meter manufacturers, has worked closely with Energy Micro to create a new standard in smart meter designs using ultrasonic sensors, communication with WMBus and NFC, and the longest operation longevity.

Watch a Preview of the Embedded World Demos



Direct-Drive TFT Remote Control





High-end Touch Graphics Framework





Handheld GPS Avalanche Monitor



Energy Micro’s Conference Program

  • 26. Feb: 14:00 – 15:00 – ULP Solutions based on ARM Core Devices
  • 27. Feb: 11:30 – 12:00 – Ultra-low Power System Design Workshop
  • 28. Feb: 11:30 – 12:00 – Implementing Low Power Graphical User Interfaces
Not going to Embedded World this year? Don’t worry, we will run our social media the whole week!

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