Mouser Electronics is showcasing its mission to inspire engineers with exciting, informative and innovative products, technologies and ideas at electronica in Munich (November 8-11). The distributor is offering visitors the chance to win a development kit from a leading manufacturer of their choice, showcasing its Empowering Innovation Together highlights, including a 3D printed car; announcing the winners of its International Space Station Design Challenge; and sharing a Virtual Reality journey through its warehouse.
With so much knowledge and inspiration available, visitors will be able to jump start their design by participating in Mouser’s Development Kit Lottery.
Free to enter, online visitors can enter at: http://emea.info.mouser.com/electronica2016-contest and stand visitors just need to register their details on the stand to be in with a chance of winning a development kit of their choice from leading suppliers including AMS, Analog Devices, Atmel, Infineon, Cypress Semiconductor, Texas Instruments, Intel, Microchip, Silicon Labs, NXP, MikroElectronika, Rohm, Sensirion, Broadcom, TE and ST Microelectronics.
In Mouser’s demo area, the latest sensing and connectivity solutions for IoT applications will be shown, together with Hexiwear, the IoT development platform for next generation smart devices, and MikroElektronika’s fully-featured range of development tools and expansion boards.
Continuing the theme of innovation and inspiration, Mouser is showing this year’s highlights from its Innovation Lab, showcasing projects developed under its hugely popular Empowering Innovation Together programme featuring Grant Imahara.
Visitors will be able find out which designs won the International Space Station Challenge and are to be 3D printed in space, plus see a 3D printed car and watch components being built.
Whilst remaining firmly in Munich, the wonders of Virtual Reality will enable visitors to take a journey through all 70,000 m² of Mouser’s state-of-the-art warehouse in Texas, The 3D 360° video will give visitors an insight into its warehouse processes, from stocking the newest products, to pulling, packaging, and shipping orders – following the marvellous journey each component makes to the customer’s doorstep.
Presentations from key manufacturers Red Pittaya, Silicon Labs, Broadcom, Bourns, Sensirion and Würth will feature the on the stand and include a chance to see their latest products, development kits and solutions across a wide variety of applications.