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TMCNet:  Switzerland : STMicroelectronics Showcases Cutting-Edge MEMS & Sensors and Smart Power Solutions at i-SEDEX 2013 [TendersInfo (India)]

[October 09, 2013]

Switzerland : STMicroelectronics Showcases Cutting-Edge MEMS & Sensors and Smart Power Solutions at i-SEDEX 2013 [TendersInfo (India)]

(TendersInfo (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, will be demonstrating its leading Sensor, Smart Power and Healthcare & Wellness solutions at i-SEDEX 2013, at KINTEX, Korea, October 7-9. Visitors can learn about ST s industry-leading products and solutions targeted especially for smart consumer devices, home appliances, industrial, smart grid, LED lighting, and healthcare applications.

In Sensors, ST displays a variety of products, including environmental sensors, pico-projectors, touch sensors, MEMS microphones and motion sensors. The environmental sensors that measure pressure, humidity and temperature enable a variety of functions such as indoor positioning and weather forecasting on a range of products including smartphones and tablets. ST will also demonstrate at i-SEDEX the world s smallest pico-projector solution. ST s hovering touch-sensor technology grabs everyone s attention as it enables users to control their portable communication appliances even when their hands are wet or when wearing gloves. The demonstration of a smart personal audio system that combines ST s STANC0 audio processor and ST s MEMS microphones showcases outstanding ambient noise cancellation (ANC) technology while the combination of audio processors and MEMS microphones offers a glimpse into innovative beam-forming technology. In motion MEMS, ST will demonstrate a wearable wireless 3D motion-tracking solution based technology from ST and Xsens.

In Smart Power, ST will emphasize its low-power wireless recharging solution based on the STLUX385A, ST s innovative digital power-supply controller IC that enables wireless charging of smart consumer devices. ST s LED-lighting and digital-SMPS solutions, 3-phase motor-control IPM and IGBT solutions, and smart-plug solutions featuring energy-consumption monitoring and RF control offer a glimpse of tomorrow s energy-efficient, environment-friendly, and economical home and industrial systems.

In Healthcare & Wellness, ST displays its Body Gateway solution that enables remote measuring and monitoring of health conditions and vital signs of patients with cardiovascular disorders, using Android phones and/or tablets. Other demonstrations include ultrasound pulser solutions for ultrasound diagnosis systems and the lab-on-chip molecular diagnosis platform from ST-subsidiary Veredus Laboratories.

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