Maxim: wearable healthcare, IoT and security demos at embedded world

first_img Continue Reading Previous Renesas and Miromico bring to market enhanced LoRa module based on Synergy platformNext Bulgin: programmable smart connector for harsh environments At embedded world, Maxim Integrated Products will demonstrate how it is empowering design innovation by showcasing leading-edge analog technology for wearable healthcare, IoT and security applications. Maxim will host demos at the booths of two of its distribution partners, EBV and Avnet Silica, and will have experts available to discuss ways to achieve rich functionality, stingy power consumption and tiny form factors. Maxim Demos at EBV’s booth include:Wearable Healthcare: See how solutions including Health Sensor Platform 2.0 and MAX-HEALTH-BAND can help designers extract highly accurate vital signs from wearable designs.IoT: Experience the lowest power GPS solution on the market (RF + baseband) featuring the MAX2769C universal GNSS receiver for battery-powered designs and view new products such as a low-power Arm Cortex-M4 processor-based microcontroller with Bluetooth 5, a nanoPower buck converter, analog building blocks and an RF transmitter.Security: Learn how Maxim can easily and more securely enable MQTT cloud connectivity with the MAXQ1062 DeepCover cryptographic controller for embedded devices. With ChipDNA-based authentication ICs, embedded security within the DARWIN microcontroller family and secure microcontrollers for mobile POS systems, Maxim offers a full portfolio of solutions to secure next-generation IoT devices.Visitors can register online for a free MAX32660-EVSYS board and claim a board with a printed copy of the registration form. With the board, users can evaluate the MAX32660 ultra-low-power Arm Cortex-M4 with floating-point unit-based microcontroller for wearables and IoT sensors. Visitors can see Maxim’s nanoPower watch demo and have a chance to take home either a MAX17222EVKIT or MikroElektronika Thermo 6 click featuring the MAX31875 temperature sensor (while supplies last).Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Chips & Components last_img read more

Randy Jackson Attends Event At Bally Store To Support Delete Blood Cancer

first_imgSwiss luxury brand Bally continued its on-going partnership with charity Delete Blood Cancer DKMS, with an event to celebrate the brand’s recently opened Beverly Hills flagship store.Randy Jackson attends Bally eventThe exclusive evening was held at the Bally Flagship Store at Rodeo Drive on Tuesday 17th May 2016 from 6PM to 8:30pm. Hosted by Grammy-award winning record producer Randy Jackson, DKMS co-founder Katharina Harf and Bally Americas CEO Claudia Cividino, the exclusive cocktail evening featured a special performance from Grammy nominated recording artist Jazmine Sullivan.To mark this collaboration Bally designed a limited edition red leather envelope, in calf leather and water snake skin, priced at $350 and $850 respectively. The envelopes were available to purchase at the exclusive event, with all proceeds going to Delete Blood Cancer DKMS. 20% of all other sales from the evening were also donated to the cause.last_img read more

Dez Bryant Speaks on Personal Life

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant decided to speak on his personal life Wednesday in regards to his relationship with his mother and ongoing attitude problems.Bryant recently came to the realization that he needed to change his act after a recent summer arrest. On July 16, Bryant was arrested for a Class A misdemeanor family violence charge, for an alleged physical confrontation with his mother Angela Bryant.Last week the Dallas County district attorney’s office shifted the charge to a conditional dismissal. Under the dismissal, the charge will be dropped as long as Bryant attends anger management counseling and is not charged with any crimes for a year.The 24-year-old Bryant says that even after the arrest, he and his mother still have a great relationship.“I don’t want to get into it much, but what happened in our eyes, it was overblown,” he said. “I love my mom. My mom loves me. Everything is great between us.”Bryant was not permitted to discuss the situation because strict rules created by Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones and his adviser David Wells given to him this summer.The stipulations issued by Jones and Wells are appreciated by Bryant because he did not have structure in his childhood. Bryant’s childhood was dysfunctional, partly because his mother had him at the age of 14. His father was in and out of his life, which caused him to jump from home to home until attending Oklahoma State.Bryant does not use his troubled childhood as an excuse for his behavior, but more as learning lesson.“It’s different,” he said. “I just feel like it’s been a learning process for me my whole life, and I’m just getting to it.”Bryant is the father of two sons Zane, 5, and Dez Jr., 2, and trying to be the best role model for them.“I got real responsibilities I feel like I’m handling the right way,” he said. “I’m enjoying my life the way I should have been enjoying it a long time ago.”Jones selected Bryant with the 24th overall pick despite off-field issues prior to the draft. The Cowboy’s owner sees the all-around growth that Bryant is doing in his life.“The point is, without trying to be cute, Dez is improving,” Jones said. “But the risk is here that he’s on the field in the glaring spotlight for the Cowboys and off the field for the Cowboys. So I’m reluctant — we all are — to say, ‘Boy, Dez is doing good.’ Dez is doing better.”Bryant, who has 57 receptions for 735 yards this season, realizes the incident this summer was a sign that he needed to improve his maturity.“Small, positive things turn into big, positive things,” Bryant said. “As long as I keep doing the right things, all the things that happen are positive things.” read more

One million new seats heading to Mexico this year on international direct

first_img MEXICO CITY — Mexico tourism is expected to get a major boost now that the destination has announced one million new seats on international direct flights this year.According to the Mexico Tourism Board, airlines around the world are adding new routes, additional flights on existing routes and upgrading aircraft models with larger capacities in order to meet travel demand to Mexico. As of January 2017, airline partners have announced the addition of over 1,000,000 new seats scheduled this year on international direct flights to Mexico from more than 20 countries.“This expansion includes service to Mexico from many new international cities to multiple Mexico destinations, which is part of our strategy of international market diversification. We are delighted to see our airline industry partners continue to recognize this momentum and further expand their connectivity,” said Lourdes Berho, CEO of the Mexico Tourism Board.Since 2013, Mexico’s international tourism has grown at an annual average of 10%, double the global industry average. This performance, which includes growing from 24 million international tourists in 2013 to an anticipated 35 million in 2016, has catapulted Mexico from the 15th to the 9th most visited country in the world, according to the UNWTO.More news:  War of words between Transat, Group Mach ramps upAs of January 2017, new lift includes:Air Canada Route: Vancouver to CancunAir Transat: Vancouver to Los CabosSunwing Airlines: Winnipeg to MazatlanAeromexico: Seoul Incheon to Mexico City; Amsterdam to Mexico City; Vancouver to Mexico City; Detroit to Monterrey; Detroit to Mexico City; Austin to Mexico City; and Calgary to Mexico CityAlitalia: Rome to Mexico CityAll Nippon Airways (ANA): Tokyo Narita to Mexico CityAmerican Airlines: Los Angeles to Puerto Vallarta; Los Angeles to Cancun; Dallas to Merida; and Miami to MeridaCondor & Neckermann: Warsaw to CancunDelta Airlines: Los Angeles to Los CabosEdelweiss Air: Zurich to CancunFinnair: Helsinki to Puerto VallartaInterjet: Chicago to Mexico City; Las Vegas to Mexico City; Los Angeles to Guadalajara; Los Angeles to Cancun; Los Angeles to Mexico City; and Dallas to Mexico CitySouthwest Airlines: Los Angeles to Puerto Vallarta; Los Angeles to Los Cabos, Los Angeles to Cancun; Oakland to Puerto Vallarta; and Oakland to Los CabosTUI Poland: Warsaw to CancunUnited Airlines: Chicago to Mexico CityVirgin America: Los Angeles to Los Cabos; Los Angeles to Cancun; and Los Angeles to Puerto VallartaViva Colombia: Medellin to CancunVolaris: New York JFK to Mexico City; Houston to Mexico City; Miami to Mexico City; Phoenix to Culiacan; Seattle to Guadalajara; Los Angeles to Durango; San Francisco to Mexico City; Miami to Guadalajara; Milwaukee to Guadalajara; Austin to Guadalajara; and Denver to MonterreyMore news:  Direct Travel names Smith as Senior VP, Leisure Marketing, North AmericaIn addition to new routes, more than 25 existing routes have confirmed additional frequency of flights or upgraded aircraft. Air France, for example, recently launched service to Mexico City and Cancun from Paris on its flagship A380, making it the first airline in the world to fly this aircraft to Mexico. << Previous PostNext Post >> One million new seats heading to Mexico this year on international direct flights Tuesday, January 31, 2017 Tags: Aeromexico, Air Canada, Air Transat, Alitalia, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Finnair, Mexico, Transat, United Airlines, Virgin Groupcenter_img Share Travelweek Group Posted bylast_img read more