See How System-on-Modules Can Improve Your Wireless Designs
Aired live: March 29, 2017 11:00 AM EDT
How do SOMs best fit into agile product development—especially in wireless IoT applications? Join Digi and Fraser-Nash R&D to gain an insider’s view of how Frazer-Nash hardware and software teams developed London’s first zero emission capable taxis—one of the famous black cabs of London.
Learn the details of Frazer-Nash’s evaluation process and ROI methodology that helped them decide whether or not to use a SOM.
It’s rare that engineers share details of their design process, so this webinar will be an exciting look into this hidden activity. Frazer-Nash will reveal the customer insights that directed their design direction and decision making. Things like power consumption, connectivity, size/form factors and manufacturability—the things that made this such a complex project and noteworthy accomplishment.
Digi will demonstrate why these are not your grandfather’s SOMs. Digi SOMs contain all the technology that today's developers demand and pack it all into the size of a postage stamp, saving you time and getting your product to market that much faster.
In this webinar, you’ll get answers to these common questions:
This event is proudly sponsored by Digi International and Digi-Key Electronics.
- When does it make sense to use a SOM?
- How do you assess SOM features for your project?
- What are key drivers in selecting a SOM provider?
- How to choose the right wireless protocol for your application?
- What software and tools will support your application?
- How to factor in security into your connected product?
Greg Starns, Executive Director: Software Development Group, Frazer-Nash
Steven Riddel, Electronics Design Manager, Frazer-Nash Research Ltd
Terry Schneider, Vice President: Product Management, Digi International
Rich Nass, OpenSystems Media