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Arrow Electronics Demonstrates Ready-to-Deploy IoT Solutions at NICE 17

Arrow executive to deliver keynote speech at NICE Expo about the sensor-to-sunset solution enabling startups to enter the market more quickly and cheaply


Arrow Electronics is exhibiting a wide range of ready-to-deploy IoT solutions at National Innovation and Creative Economy Expo 2017 (NICE’17), which runs from 12-16 October at Technology Park Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Arrow’s Natarajan MM, VP of Sales for South Asia speaks about how IoT and sensing technologies make things more connected and smart at a keynote speech during the National Innovation and Creative Economy Expo 2017 (NICE’17) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

IoT developers and makers can tap into Arrow’s comprehensive sensor product portfolio of more than 14,000 components available for measuring everything from air, water, soil, motion, movement and chemical composition and 300 ready-to-deploy IoT solutions and applications for a range of end-market solutions from smart city, industrial 4.0, medical, automotive, and robotics.

At the conference, Arrow will also showcase the following IoT solutions, such as:

  • Connected vehicle device
  • Smart patient care system
  • Smart waste management
  • Power monitoring solution for manufacturing facilities
  • Arrow-built Dragon Board 410c – a high-performance and low-cost development board with sensors designed to support rapid software development and prototyping for IoT device

Stop by the Arrow booth #9 and 10 at NICE’17 to learn more about Arrow’s “Sensor to Sunset” IoT offerings Click Here


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