Laird Technologies, Inc., a global leader in the design and supply of customized performance-critical components and systems for advanced electronics and wireless products, have announced it will be participating in the 2012 Connected World Conference. The event will take place at the Pheasant Run Resort located in St. Charles, Illinois, June 11-13, 2012. Laird Technologies can be found at booth #120.
Laird Technologies will showcase a number of products from its Wireless Systems Division, led by their Smart Antenna Platform. The Smart Antenna Platform allows customers to abstract data connectivity from their application providing more flexibility and future proofing. The platform features Ethernet data interface with a Wi-Fi Client and Access Point.
“The Smart Antenna Platform is a robust and reliable solution for the automotive, heavy equipment and fleet management industries featuring available Multiple Cellular connectivity,” said Mike Renft, Laird Technologies Regional Sales Manager. “The scalable and modular architecture paired with a reduction in total cost of ownership makes the Smart Antenna Platform an industry- leading antenna solution.” Engineering samples of the Smart Antenna Platform are currently available.
Along with the Smart Antenna Platform, Laird Technologies will also showcase its newly acquired Summit Wi-Fi® Radio Modules product line. These Wi-Fi modules maximize RF range; support an extended operating temperature range while also minimizing power consumption. They are proven in business-critical mobile devices that operate in challenging environments from factories to hospitals. Also on display will be a select number of antennas including Phantoms, Heptaband and Fiberglass units. Laird Technologies experts will be on-hand at the booth to discuss these products and help you find the solutions you are looking for.
The 2012 Connected World Conference brings together business leaders and professionals interested in the emerging technology trends for M2M solutions and connected devices. Attendees have the opportunity to learn about the latest connected devices and the technology behind them.