Although still we have some weeks ahead to work on all details from our booth, we can give you a first glimpse of some on the latest innovations that will be at embedded world 2017 at Hall 3, Stand 221.


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PiDesktop was one of the main attractions during last electronica 2016.


PiDesktop converts your Raspberry Pi into a desktop computer. WiFi, Bluetooth, RTC, mSATA SSD interface and a power switch are all elegantly concealed within this magical enclosure. So now you can convert your Raspberry Pi into a truly super computer.




Another of the recently launched technologies that have raised interest and awareness on the market is the Intel Joule Development kit.


This System on a Module combines a 64-bit, Quad-Core compute engine with power management services, wireless connectivity and high speed I/O to accelerate your time to market. The Module integrates compatible and complementary technologies while eliminating the need to select, procure and place discrete devices.




Also, we'll be showcasing the whole BeagleBone™ Black Family, including the latest addition to the range: the BeagleBone™ Black Wireless.


Focused on connectivity, BeagleBone™ Black Wireless replaces the 10/100 Ethernet port from the BeagleBone™ Black with a high-performance 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz WiFi module with Bluetooth. Like BeagleBone™ Black, Wireless retains HDMI output, serial debug port, PC USB interface, USB 2.0 host, microSD card slot, reset and power buttons, and adds two more status LEDs for WiFi and Bluetooth.



WaRP_7.pngWarP7 is the next generation IoT and wearable platform. The WaRP7 prototype was already showcased on embedded world 2016 with great success.


The platform consists of a main board and a daughter card. The main board is based on the NXP i.MX 7Solo applications processor that features an advanced implementation of the ARM® Cortex®-A7 core, as well as the ARM® Cortex®-M4 core.


WaRP7 has been architected and designed from the ground up to address the key challenges faced in the Internet of Things and wearables market, such as battery life, connectivity, user experience, and miniaturization. WaRP7 is an open source platform backed by the development community and design & manufacturing capabilities of element14.



mangOH_IoT_Open_Source_Hardware_Platform.pngmangOH™ Green™ Open Hardware Platform is designed specifically for cellular-enabled IoT applications.


The new open hardware will make it easy to develop industrial-grade products with vetted components, open source software, and a business-friendly open license to modify and reproduce the design.