NXP provides a broad portfolio of solutions for mobile robotics applications such as drones and rovers, including application specific reference hardware and software solutions for vehicle management units, i.MX applications processor-based mission computers, automotive ethernet and CAN-FD networking, battery management, IoT remote sensing, and TOF/Vision sensing. Many of these solutions are complimented by NFC and secure element(s) for security and provisioning. Join this session to learn why NXP provides an ideal starting point, whether your designing an industrial drone or rover or has a similar need in an adjacent industry.
Altaf Hussain, Segment Marketing Manager, NXP Iain Galloway, Mobile Robotics Team Lead – System Innovations, NXP
Connected NFC tags like NXP's NTAG 5 let you use NFC-enabled smartphones as an additional GUI for any kind of machine, appliance or component. They can, but don’t need to, be made visible to the casual observer. They allow you to separate the default user interface of the unit from the secondary interface used for re-configuration or by maintenance staff. This feature helps solve accountability and data protection issues in Industry 4.0 context.
Join this session if you have been wondering what benefits an NFC interface could bring to your system. Learn how NFC can make the power of edge computing available, even for systems without regular connectivity.
Mario Stoltz, Product Manager Connected Tags, NXP Johannes Grüll, Global Marketing Manager Smart Products & Authentication, NXP
Smart Retail is based on the idea that technological solutions convert a conventional physical store into an interactive point of sale, including logistics as much as increased customer interaction. Join this session to learn about the use of RFID-NFC for smarter products, smarter logistics and it's ability to enable new retail concepts such as unmanned stores.
IoT devices are getting smaller with every new generation. Miniaturization is an ongoing trend. But how do you manage the increased demand for more and stable connectivity within such small form factors? This session will present NFC as one solution to tackle this challenge, allowing for high-performance NFC communication and new levels of user experience thanks to NFC wireless charging.
Bluetooth speakers and headsets, printers, cameras, projectors, set-top-boxes, TVs, Wi-Fi routers and a variety of home appliances like fridges, washing machines, air purifiers, coffee machines, blenders all have one thing in common: Near Field Communication (NFC) allows new features and easier handling. Just bringing two NFC-enabled devices close together is all it takes to create a connection. Accessories and consumables can be authenticated and configured without any user interaction, and without power supply. And commissioning an IOT node into a wireless network has never been as easy as it is now with NFC. We will share the latest status of NFC support in iOS and present the brand new NFC Tandem module.
At NXP, our broad portfolio of analog, interface and NFC solutions means that we are able to offer complete solutions around the core. With a range of options that attach to any core, our product expertise in areas such as NFC, power management, networking and interfaces is deep-rooted.