Atmel - Inspiring Smart and Secure Connected Designs for IoT Powering IoT for Next-Generation Designs A world where all types of electronic devices connect via the Internet represents an enormous opportunity for developers. By powering the edge nodes that form the link between individual devices and the gateways that connect to the cloud, Atmel enables makers and designers with all the basic building blocks for Internet of Things (IoT) applications — from embedded processing and connectivity to sensors, security, and software — and ties it all together with a rich ecosystem of design tools and development partners. At each step along the way, we bring innovation, ease-of-use, and integrated solutions, so you can conserve power, extend battery life, ensure data security, and conform to wireless standards in your next big IoT design. See Atmel IoT Solutions in Action AAVA Mobile Inari10 ruggedized tablet Atmel | SMART SAMV7x Xplained Ultra evaluation board The Inari10 is a 10.1”ruggedized tablet for vertical segments where the usage of gloves and the immunity to moisture are key requirements. This device is powered by Atmel® maXTouch® T-Series technology. This demo shows availability of the SAMV7x MCU on a full-featured evaluation board. Multi-touch industrial control panel The SIMATIC IFP2200 is the latest 22”multi-touch Human Machine Interface from Siemens. It showcases the ability of the maXTouch S-Series to operate in harsh industrial environments. Passive Entry / Start Technology with Atmel maXTouch This demo showcases system technology that enables passive entry/passive start for automotive applications, including capacitive touch and proximity detection technology. It is controlled by a tablet PC using Atmel maxTouch technology. Sigfox and industrial RF kit This kit is used to demonstrate a Sigfox application (IoT) with Sigfox base station and an Industrial RF application. CAN Network with Atmel ATA6560 This demo features a simple minimum CAN network with Atmel ATA6560 automotive-grade CAN-FD-ready transceiver and Atmel | SMART SAM4E ARM® Cortex®-ME-based 32-bit MCU. It consists of two nodes and is based on SAM4E Xplained Pro boards. LIN connectivity with automotive Atmel | SMART SAMV21 / SAMH21 MCUs See an Atmel SAMV21 Xplained Pro connects to an Atmel SAMH21 Xplained Pro evaluation board. User input from touch on one board is transferred over LIN to cause a visible change on the other board. Audio streaming over Ethernet AVB This demo streams audio over Ethernet AVB from one “talker” MCU through a Ethernet switch to another “listener” MCU. Door handle application This demo shows a door handle application with switch and illuminated button control and illumination with individually adjustable colors—all controlled via LIN bus. Atmel’s 4th generation LIN system basis chip functionality, including high voltage switch interface. Authenticating wireless clients using Atmel CryptoAuthentication symmetric authentication hardware key storage devices In this demo, three light switches on a panel communicate via ZigBee® to a remote panel with three LEDs. The switches and LEDs have Atmel ATSHA204 devices with stored crypto keys (secrets). When the switch is flipped only the LEDs with the corresponding (same) key will light, thus demonstrating symmetric authentication. Atmel AvantCar Centerstack This demo shows a futuristic Atmel AvantCar™ Centerstack with Atmel maxTouch, XSense®, QTouch MCUs and LIN. Automotive Centerstack control console This demonstrates a fully functional automotive control panel concept with audio, phone, map and lighting control using Atmel technology (XSense, maxTouch, etc.) Atmel | SMART SAM D20 QTouch Robustnes Philips Hue tap switch This evaluation kit demonstrates best-in-class capacitive touch performance, especially targeting the home appliance market. The demo ships with VDE/UL 60730/60335 Class B certified QTouch® Safety Library firmware and is IEC 61000-4-6 test level 3, 10V Conducted Immunity tolerant. The demo is available in the Atmel Store for $149. Philips Hue tap switch puts control of your Philips Hue bulbs at your fingertips whenever your iOS device is charging or already in use by other family members. In addition to turning on the lights, Hue tap switch’s four buttons let you instantly select favorite scene creations you’ve set up with the Hue app or control groups of lights. Atmel | SMART SAM D20 GPS tracker Philips Hue Connect LED bulb colormix This is a GPS asset tracker reference design with GSM connectivity. It is controlled through SMS messages and can support features like geofencing, automated alarms, panic button and position tracking to SD card. It uses an accelerometer to determine if the GPS should be enabled or not, enabling lower power consumption. Create your personal wireless lighting environment with the Philips Hue connected bulbs and wireless bridge. And control it all with your iPhone or iPad from wherever you are. You can connect up to 50 Hue light bulbs to a single system, while using as much as 80% less energy than traditional bulbs. The high number of serial communication interfaces on a small, low-power device makes the SAM D20 a perfect fit for asset tracking applications. LED light ballast unit with ZigBee LightLink Atmel QTouch Capacitive Touch The Atmel | SMART SAM D21+QT2 Xplained Pro demonstrates the Atmel QTouch 16 node touch matrix and 49 LEDs matrix, ideal for any consumer or wearable application. Atmel QTouch Library The Atmel | SMART SAM D11 Xplained Pro demonstrates the Atmel QTouch Library for small memory (8KB) devices. It implements two touch buttons. This is a demonstration of slim ZigBee LightLink capable LED ballast units for common LED stripe lighting installations. It showcases regular Rasberry Pi as a ZigBee-Wi-Fi gateway to control color and intensity of the LED lights. Skittles sorting machine Maker-built machine sorts skittles based on the color. The skittles will be sorted into individual containers after the color has been determined by an RGB light sensor. Atmel | SMART SAMA5D4 running Qt and 720p video playback Atmel AVR for IoT Atmel AVR MCUs are superior in terms of power consumption and any battery-driven application fits the AVR MCU better than any ARM-based MCU. The demo shows the AVR MCU with a wireless connection running off of a battery. It also has a graphical display to show power consumption data. The demo consist of a board and a 7”capacitive screen. The demo shows an Atmel QTouch implementation example such as a ‘smart fridge’ and ‘home automation’ application that we developed with Timesys. The demo also can playback a 720p video pre-loaded on the board. Arduino Wi-Fi shield / Ensure that the zero is there, too! This non-cloud demo shows an Arduino Wi-Fi Shield 101 featuring Atmel technology. Atmel Maker Robot Remote controlled Maker Robot with Android interface. This is an evolution of Mr. Abot with an added modified USB rocket launcher on top. The robot is controlled through an Android app and the communication goes through an Atmel Wi-Fi controller. WINC1500 IoT This demonstrates wireless connections to various Edge Node applications. Curved Corning Gorilla Glass with touch and rigid support Phoenard This demo showcases the results of a cooperative effort between Atmel and Corning® using Corning Gorilla® Glass to make curved touch sensors that are strong, aesthetically pleasing, and provide excellent multi-touch performance. Philips Hue Lux dimmable bulbs Philips Hue Lux dimmable bulbs produce warm white light that you can brighten and dim to suit any occasion—controlling them from anywhere via the Hue app on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Hue Lux is a snap to set up and use, as the bulbs fit right into your current light fixtures or luminaries. Choose a starter pack or add to it with a single bulb. Phoenard is a prototyping platform that combines a cell-phone quad-band baseband chip with an Atmel AVR ATMEGA2560 chip as an applications processor. It also has a Bluetooth low-energy (BLE) chip, and a GPS chip. On board sensors include an accelerometer, gyro, and magnetometer. There is an on board microSD card. The user interface is supplied by a 2.8”TFT LCD touchscreen. Planned extension boards include Wi-Fi and NFC (near-field communications), as well as LED and other I/O boards. Follow Us: Atmel Corporation 1600 Technology Drive, San Jose, CA 95110 USA T : (+1)(408) 441. 0311 F : (+1)(408) 436. 4200 | www.atmel.com © 2014 Atmel Corporation. / Rev.: Atmel-45106A-electronica-2014-Booth-Guide_E_A4_112014 Atmel,® Atmel logo and combinations thereof, Enabling Unlimited Possibilities,® and others are registered trademarks or trademarks of Atmel Corporation in U. S. and other countries. ARM,® ARM Connected® logo and others are the registered trademarks or trademarks of ARM Ltd. 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