AGH UST represented at international fair for embedded systems

Photo from the private archive of scientists of the Department of of Electronics

During the embedded world 2018 Exhibition&Conference  an international fair for embedded systems  the researchers from the Department of Electronics of the Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications presented several products developed through co-operation between the Department and external companies.

The embedded world Exhibition&Conference is a trade show where the world’s leading electronic and IT companies such as Samsung, Intel, Microsoft, Amazon and many others present their most recent and interesting developments and innovations in embedded systems.

AGH UST’s stand attracted a number of visitors, including many representatives of science and industry. DSc. Łukasz Krzak, MSc Mateusz Kubaszek, MSc Mateusz Zapart and MSc Jan Macheta presented the following products: 

  • A set of 150W-300W power supply devices based on high performance resonance topologies using the STM32F3 microcontroller as Digital Signal Controller. The models have been developed by AGH UST and Fideltronik and are dedicated for LED-lighting applications.
  • Contactless battery system, developed by Xsensor Consortium with AGH UST as a member, dedicated for applications operating in adverse environmental conditions. The system comes with a 6Ah battery (no galvanic connections, can be charged and discharged contactlessly), a power receiver mounted in the user’s device and a charger.
  • Wireless connectivity platform dedicated for IIoT applications, developed by Embetech (AGH UST’s spin-off), including industry-class radio modules which enable easy integration of cloud communication service in final products. The modules communicate within a mesh network characterised by wide area coverage and high resistance to interference whereas data is transmitted through a gateway to a dedicated application on the Microsoft Azure cloud.

The embedded world 2018 was held from 27 February to 1 March 2018 in Nuremberg.