Digi-Key Electronics and TE Connectivity Host Smart Buildings Webinar June 22 , 11:00 am EST

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June 14, 2022

 

Digi-Key Electronics, which offers some of the world’s largest selection of electronic components in stock for immediate shipment, will host a webinar in collaboration with TE Connectivity (TE) on Wednesday, June 22, at 10 a.m. CDT (11 a.m. EST) titled “Unleash Your Potential in Smart Building.”

Buildings are becoming ever smarter with the introduction of new technologies that improve our experiences in them as we live, work, and play. The increasingly smart controls employed in buildings include the regulation of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning to help maintain a positive and healthy environment for employees and visitors, which can be vital for enhanced productivity. A key component of in-building communication systems are antennas that have been designed for a range of different wireless protocols.

Anita Lucia Costamagna, business development manager – appliances, and Mohamad Halabi, business development manager – IoT Solutions, both with TE Connectivity, will discuss the following topics:

  • •Technology considerations for creating a smart building ecosystem
  • •Market trends, challenges, and solutions in smart buildings
  • •Standard embedded and external antenna solutions that can enable reliable wireless connectivity
  • •Reliable connection solutions for HVAC applications

“The world around us is getting smarter, making it imperative to implement reliable wireless connections in smart building ecosystems,” said Jeff Cleveland, director, TE business development at Digi-Key. “We’re looking forward to hearing from the experts at TE Connectivity about some of the factors to consider when creating in-building communication systems that help support healthy, comfortable environments for workers and visitors.”

“Technology designers and manufacturers commonly have key roles in creating long-term growth in the smart building ecosystem. They do this by choosing the right components to support their designs where usability, flexibility, power consumption, data speeds, and wireless communications are integral to their success,” Halabi said. “TE brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to product design for these types of applications, and has global experts to help meet your needs, starting with this educational webinar.”

To attend the webinar, submit a registration form. If you are unable to attend the live webinar, Digi-Key will send the recording after the event to those who register.

For more information about TE Connectivity and to order from their product portfolio, visit the Digi-Key website

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