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Compact all-in-one Internet of Things prototyping board available from Conrad

German distributor, Conrad Business Supplies, has become the first “authorised distribution partner” to make available a compact all-in-one IoT prototyping platform.

The XDK 110 is a cross-domain hardware and software kit developed by Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions. It includes various MEMS sensors for measuring acceleration, rotation and magnetic fields, as well as humidity, pressure, temperature, acoustic and digital light. The kit provides a platform to both create and test new devices and technologies for the Internet of Things (IoT) and is intended to speed up the design to manufacturing process.

The kit is compact measuring just 60mm x 40mm x 22mm, and the XDK 110 can easily be retrofitted to electronic devices and appliances of nearly any size. It features numerous connectivity options, including USB, Bluetooth and WLAN which makes it easy to connect it to PCs, smartphones and tablets either wirelessly or via cable. The XDK's functionality can also be expanded further by using an extension board, which is included, to integrate new features.

In addition the XDK 110 is supported by an online community of developers and designers.

Commenting Shawn Silberhorn, Supplier Business Development Manager, Conrad Technology Centrum (CTC) said: “The XDK from Bosch delivers a compact solution for prototyping IoT projects, which will appeal to customers across all design and development sectors.”

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Neil Tyler

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http://www.conrad.com

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Conrad Gmbh

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