Virtual Sensors Show Brings Latest Technologies to You

Virtual Sensors Show Brings Latest Technologies to You

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold around the world, we've all had to make adjustments in our lives. For many industries, tradeshows provide a venue to demonstrate the latest products, meet customers face to face, and share knowledge with peers. Since now is not a safe time for such large gatherings, many companies—Maxim Integrated included—are shifting to virtual platforms.

Maxim is excited to launch our Sensors Experience on June 22 to bring the latest in sensor technologies directly to you. Over a three-day period, we'll share with you video demos, webinars, and virtual meetings with our technical experts. The event will cover three key areas: personalized healthcare technologies, low-power microcontrollers, and Essential Analog ICs.

When Sensors Enable More Personalized Healthcare

In the personalized healthcare technologies section of our booth, you'll learn more about how today's healthcare sensor ICs are supporting more use cases with their ability to accurately monitor and measure a wide range of vital signs. Demos planned include:

  • Power Solutions for Extending the Battery Life of Wearable Sensors
  • In-Ear Heart-Rate Monitor with Smart Dock
  • Wearable ECG and Heart Monitor Evaluation and Development Platform
  • Health Sensor Platform 2.0 for Wrist-Worn Designs
  • Wrist-Based SpO2, Heart Rate, and Heart-Rate Variability Solution
  • MAX-HEALTH-BAND Development and Evaluation Platform for Wearables

We also have a webinar planned with one of our healthcare technology experts, Andrew Baker. At 11:30a.m. PST on June 24, Baker will discuss, "The Critical Role of Actionable Insights for the Wearable Healthcare Revolution." Attend the webinar to learn more about how remote patient monitoring can support better predictive and preventive healthcare and chronic disease management. Reserve your spot today!

How Low-Power Microcontrollers Support Most Any Application

During our Sensors Experience, you'll gain a better understanding of how our low-power, 32-bit ArmRegistered CortexRegistered-M4 microcontrollers can support most any application. These devices are power efficient, secure, and built with the biggest memories in their class, making them ideal for a variety of designs. In our virtual booth, you'll see a demo on Human Temperature Monitoring featuring one of our newest microcontrollers.

There's also a webinar planned for 11:30a.m. PST on June 23. Carlos Rodriguez, one of our microcontroller experts, will discuss "When and Why System Reliability Matters." Attend the session to learn how our newest microcontroller helps increase system robustness through features like error correcting code and various security features. Reserve your spot today!

Why Essential Analog ICs Are at the Core of Your Innovation

Electronics are expected to do a lot for us—have long runtimes, measure quickly and accurately without requiring calibration, provide connectivity in the toughest of environments, and operate continuously even when there are faults present. Given this, Maxim's Essential Analog ICs deliver the efficient power, precision measurement, rugged connectivity, and reliable protection that's needed to enable these capabilities. At our Sensors Experience, you'll have an opportunity to see demos including our Supercap Battery Backup and our nanoPower Watch.

Visit our Sensors Experience page to register for the virtual show and webinars and also to schedule a meeting with one of our tech experts. We look forward to seeing you online soon!