Analog Devices at embedded world 2024: Intelligent Solutions for a Secure, Connected Future

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At embedded world 2024, Analog Devices will be demonstrating how the company is advancing the performance, speed of creation, and environmental impact of embedded system design.

Visitors to the booth will be able to explore 16 feature-rich demos, highlighting the company’s ability to deliver system-level solutions which enable its customers to differentiate in the market. Whether it be through direct customer support, design tools, or robust technical resources, ADI is committed to providing exactly what customers need to bring their systems to life.

Attendees are invited to discover a world of intelligent solutions for a secure, connected future at ADI’s stand in Hall 4A, Booth 360.

Among the highlight demos are:

  • Secure Industrial Network Connectivity: See how ADI’s intelligent building security demo incorporates our latest security solutions over a 10BASE-T1L network to enable a modern industrial IoT infrastructure. Discover how a security coprocessor can be used with ADI microcontrollers to counter man in the middle attacks in the context of building sensing and control.
  • Industrial Network of the Future: ADI’s solutions help facilitate the next generation of industrial capabilities required to increase efficiency and productivity. Our leading technologies provide the sensing, connectivity, power, and processing solutions required to capture and act on new operational insights.
  • Cybersecurity for Medical IoT: This demo showcases how ADI's secure authentication products provide robust protection in medical IoT devices to ensure patient health and safety. It highlights the security risks and vulnerabilities in key components and illustrates the critical role of security in a healthcare environment.
  • Visual Servoing Using Edge AI: As processing moves rapidly to the edge, robots need to sense and interpret data quickly and reliably while simultaneously becoming more localized and self-contained. This demo shows vision-based object manipulation for a robotic arm enabled by a microcontroller.
  • Modernized Emergency Lighting System: A scalable, adaptive emergency lighting system, where reliability is guaranteed through high performance supervisors and backup power solutions. This demo showcases an emergency lighting system that would route foot traffic to available exits in real time.
  • Prototyping for Advanced SDR Apps: The Jupiter RF Agile SDR-in-a-Box platform supports SDR applications from early concept to real-world use cases. Learn how it provides flexibility in evaluating and prototyping across different environments and how multiple systems can be synchronized for large MIMO applications.