Headline products among the range of technologies displayed by Ineltek UK was the TouchNetix aXion demo box. It provides a mocked up interface displaying functions common to many vehicle graphical user interfaces (GUIs) and also allows the driver to use gestures and press sensing with haptic feedback to provide safer interaction with vital controls.
There was also the Pimoroni Badger 2040, Inky Impression modules and Inky Developer system, demonstrating the E Ink reproduction capabilities across a variety of PI hat productions.
A third highlight was the ESP32-S3-BOX, a new generation of AIoT development board from Espressif, based on its ESP32-S3 Wi-Fi and Bluetooth SoC. IT facilitates developing control systems for home appliances using touchscreen, sensor, infrared controller and intelligent Wi-Fi gateway.
Ineltek’s technical directors, Shaun O’Brien said he was product to showcase innovations in such diverse fields as AIoT, gesture/touch control and electronic paper display applications”. In addition to a portfolio of semiconductor suppliers, the company is able to provide design-in expertise.