SECO, a world-leader in electronic embedded solutions, is showcasing its UDOO, SECOSBC-A62 and UDOO NEO at the IoT Evolution Expo (January 25-28, 2016, at Greater Ft. Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center, Florida). At IoT Evolution, attendees will learn how Internet of Things (IoT) technologies can be utilized to significantly improve business processes, minimize risk, spur innovation and drive revenue.
Visit SECO at IoT Evolution at booth 1914 to learn more about SECO’s strategy for the Internet of Thing for Industry, University and Makers.
IoT Evolution highlights IoT applications within all vertical markets and will concentrate on edge/fog computing, smart buildings, connected transportation and developers programming.
«IoT is everywhere and encompasses all of today's fields, whether tech based or not. SECO is at the forefront of IoT, creating innovative solutions and we're excited to present them at such a prestigious event. We are also honored to participate in a panel of experts where we will discuss how to guide the Maker movement into Mass manufacturing their original and innovative concepts», stated Gianfranco Comune, SECO Area Manager for America.
At SECO’s booth, highlights will be especially focused on UDOO, UDOO NEO and SECOSBC-A62. UDOO is an open hardware, low-cost computer equipped with an ARM® i.MX6 Freescale™ processor for Android and Linux, launched in 2013 on Kickstarter, that continues to raise high interest and is still unsurpassed in performance for the DIY field. SECOSBC-A62 is the new low-end SBC with the Freescale™ i.MX6 processor that exploits the potential of configurable expansion connector, to fully meet the configuration flexibility needs, excellent as an IoT enablement gateway, connected to the Things through Wireless connections, A/D inputs, serial and field protocols. UDOO NEO is the newcomer to the UDOO family. Merging the world of Raspberry Pi and Arduino™ with unprecedented wireless connectivity and 9-axis motion sensors, UDOO NEO is the new IoT platform: a credit-card size, low-cost, low-power consumption, open-source hardware board, able to run Android or Linux and Arduino-compatible.