October 02, 2019 – Geneva, III.: Richardson RFPD, Inc. today announces its attendance and participation at Japan IT Week (Autumn), one of the largest IT tradeshows in Japan. Richardson RFPD will exhibit at the IoT/M2M Expo. This 3-day event is one of the world’s most established and professional events for IoT Technology. This event showcases products like IoT for semiconductor device, various sensor networks, m2m technology, remote monitoring and control systems and much more. Applications such as remote monitoring and production management, various solution such as data analysis using AI, as well as wireless communication technologies and sensors to build IoT/M2M system are featured at this show.
Hall 4, Booth 2-21
Wednesday, October 23 – Friday, October 25
Richardson RFPD will highlight a wide range of innovative technologies from the world’s leading suppliers of IoT solutions, including Sierra Wireless, Fractus Antennas, Qualcomm, Analog Devices, Lantronix and ACSiP. We will showcase end-to-end IoT solutions starting with modules, gateways and components for applications such as cellular, ISM proprietary, bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GNSS etc. Richardson RFPD will feature the world’s smallest multi-mode LPWA module (Sierra Wireless HL7800) with low power consumption demo & the cloud connectivity demo with IoT open source hardware platform (mangOH Red®).
About Richardson RFPD
Richardson RFPD, an Arrow Electronics company, is a global leader in the RF, wireless, IoT and power technologies markets. It brings relationships with many of the industry’s top radio frequency and power component suppliers. Whether it’s designing components or engineering complete solutions, Richardson RFPD’s worldwide design centers and technical sales team provide comprehensive support for customers’ go-to-market strategy, from prototype to production.
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