Embedded World 2021
This design integrates Infineon's XMC™ microcontroller XMC4700, the NovalithIC™ IFX007T half bridge, two DPS368 barometric pressure sensors and a full SMPS solution into a system demonstrator for an open-source ventilator. A BLDC motor driven by three NovalithIC™ IFX007T half bridges moves a belt and squeezes a bag valve mask. This pushes air through a pipe where two DPS368 barometric pressure sensors measure the dynamic pressure of the air. This parameter is used in a closed control loop implemented using Infineon's XMC-for-Arduino integration and the XMC4700 MCUs that adjust motor speed and torque for a regulated airflow.
The problem in today's world is "Farmers" count is decrementing day by day. To overcome that our "Element14 Design Challenge" winner Ashok R. build this smart farming hoe. 15 years back he had the idea of adding LED lights into the hoe to help the farmers during night time. And today he has but this smart hoe to control the water flow and lights. This demo is about the smart hoe which was build from by the design challenge winner.
The robotic arm moves through a set of welding points on a car when an unexpected situation might occur and cause a shutdown; the state of the arm is tracked in F-RAM memory. When recovering from a power-drop, the system has all necessary information about the state where power got lost, it can then directly resume operation from there.
Fancy helping a little Italian friend from your childhood save a princess? You can with this game control made from a Raspberry PI 4 and Infineon's XENSIV™ Shield2Go sensor evaluation environment. A laser-cut housing emphasizes the vintage look and you can even recreate sounds from the 90s with an Infineon audio amplifier.
You need safe, secure and reliable Flash storage; but also, one that is easy and fast to integrate with your latest application. Infineon provides not just the industry-leading SEMPER™ portfolio that pioneered functional safety and security in NOR Flash, but also the fastest way to integrate it in your system using the SEMPER™-SDK.
Vintage gaming experience with XENSIVTM sensors.
Fancy helping a little Italian childhood friend save a princess? You can with this game control made from a Raspberry PI 4 and Infineon's XENSIV Shield2Go sensor evaluation environment. A laser cut housing emphasizes the vintage look. And with an Infineon audio amplifier, you can even recreate sounds from the 90's.
Here you will find everything you need to know about radar sensors and applications. Learn what is possible with radar, the theoretical background behind radar applications and how they can be implemented.
This is made easy by the radar development kits provided by Infineon, such as the Sense2GoL. With these development kits you can interactively learn radar and quickly build your first applications!
On the element14 Community members can connect with thousands of engineers and makers from all over the world, learn about the latest products and technologies, get support in creating projects from suppliers and other members and be inspired to play a role in building our connected planet. Join the makers and engineers of element14 presents as they tackle fun and interesting projects each week using circuitry design, 3d printing, microcontrollers, modeling and much more!
Everybody likes a new toy, for Clem that means new microcontrollers and sensors! Infineon has a new range of powerful Arduino compatible 32-bit ARM cortex boards and motor driver shields, as well as, sensors! Therefore, Clem, from the element14 team ventures out to explore them and build a compact demo unit that demonstrates the use of edge devices with 3D magnetic Sensors. It could save a lot of energy in tomorrow's smart cities of the world!