Going from concept into a working prototype isn’t always easy, even under the best of circumstances. When you compound this with the ever-increasing complexity of technology in connected devices (not to mention the churn demands of ever-shorter design cycles), companies are looking for every advantage they can get when it comes to developing new products for the Internet of Things (IoT). Today’s smaller companies in particular are tapping into the rapid growth of IoT and they need tools to help them fast-track new solutions.
That’s why we created the DemoLab – to accelerate product development, and guide you through working demonstrations of NXP technology. The DemoLab offers a public repository for the latest video demos, reference designs, and collateral (e.g., application notes, schematics, white papers) developed by NXP and our third-party partners. You’ll find the guidance you need to incorporate NXP technology into your designs—such as the latest and greatest IoT products.
And DemoLab content isn’t just useful for product development—it’s also relevant to system-level testing. This is especially useful when it comes to something like IoT, where communication between products and interoperability are critical to the function of the infrastructure. This is a benefit to IoT developers, since so many of our different solutions—from nodes to sensors to MCUs to Bluetooth components—need to work together within a single IoT design.
To help you jump in and start exploring, I’ve put together my top 10 awesome ways to rev up IoT designs. These videos reference our latest products for IoT solutions—from industrial, to smart home, to wearables. They show some of the latest and greatest technologies from our portfolio and how you can use them in your products.
Combining style and functionality, Hexiwear offers an ideal form factor for the wearable market, as well as other edge-node IoT solutions.
And these are just a small sample of the more than 350 demos currently available to help you get you started and accelerate designs featuring the complete spectrum of NXP technologies.
Explore the full DemoLab resources @ nxp.com/DemoLab