Fujitsu Components America released its enhanced BlueBrain Sensor-Based IoT System Platform at the 2017 Sensors Expo & Conference, hosted in San Jose, CA. The BlueBrain platform is now available with boards that allow designers to create a wireless monitoring and data collection system via Bluetooth®.

Jointly developed with CRATUS Technology Inc. (San Jose, CA), the BlueBrain platform includes a CORTEX-M4 microcontroller from STMicroelectronics (Geneva, Switzerland) and a Bluetooth Low Energy wireless module from Fujitsu Components (San Jose, CA).

The BlueBrain Sensor-Based IoT System Platform (Credit: Fujitsu Components)

The platform's Breakout Board provides switch inputs and LED outputs to test I/O ports and functions, as well as programming interfaces for proof-of-concept and application development. The Interface Board offers additional sensors and interfaces, and may also be used in parallel to expand the development platform.

The BlueBrain Edge Processing Module attaches to a standard, 32-Pin 1.6 ⨯ 0.7" EEPROM-style IC socket, or equivalent footprint, on a mezzanine board to address specific markets and applications, including industrial, agriculture, automotive and telematics, retail, smart buildings and civil infrastructure.

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