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Low-power, Bluetooth 5 Design in Digi-Key’s IoT Studio
Time-to-market and ease-of-use is imperative in designing IoT devices in today’s hyper competitive market. In addition, being able to abstract complexities of IoT design (such as implementing robust wireless connectivity), is a huge benefit as it allows developers to focus on the user application and provides a better customer experience in the end.

To service this need, Digi-Key provides a unique solution in DK IoT Studio, the fastest and simplest way to create, deploy, and manage a complete embedded-to-cloud IoT solution. DK IoT Studio is based off of Atmosphere’s IoT low-code development platform, and allows developers to go from idea to prototype in minutes without writing any code by masking the complexity of underlying SDKs, APIs, and drivers.

In this webinar, attendees will learn how to develop in DK IoT Studio with Cypress’ CYW20819 ultra-low-power, Bluetooth 5 MCU, delivering high integration and world class RF performance. The CYW20819 Arduino Eval Kit (CYW920819EVB-02) will be used in the webinar and an example connected sensor application will be demonstrated.

Register now for this technical training experience sponsored by Digi-Key, Cypress, and Atmosphere!

Sep 25, 2019 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Richard LaBorde
Director of Client Success @Atmosphere IoT
Richard LaBorde is the Director of Client Success at Atmosphere IoT Corp. In this role Richard helps customers and partners use the revolutionary Atmosphere cloud software platform to power their solutions. Richard’s background includes extensive experience in embedded product design with a recent focus on wireless technologies. Richard has a Masters of Engineering Management from St. Cloud State University and a BSEE from the University of Minnesota.
Kelsie McMillin
Partnership Marketing Manager – Strategic Programs @Digi-Key
Kelsie has been with the company since 2015. She works with all products and services related to IoT and earned her Associate of Applied Science degree in Electronics Technology & Automated Systems from Northland Community & Technical College through the Digi-Key scholarship program.