Category Archives: Electronics

Future Electronics Hosts Career Day for Concordia Business Students at their Global Headquarters . Future Electronics recently hosted students from Concordia University’s John Molson School of Business (JMSB) at their Montreal headquarters. Students signed up to visit Future’s corporate headquarters at a Career Fair hosted by JMSB.



Future Electronics at Electronica 2018:  Centre of Excellence 4 – The Nebula Board–development-tool-hardware/neb1dx-02-future-electronics-dev-tools-5094171 . Future Electronics Wireless Business Development team demonstrates the Nebula board.  This utilises an STMicroelectronics processor with a Murata Wi-Fi Bluetooth module and Cypress silicone to help get your Wi-Fi and Bluetooth applications running quickly and easily.


Future Electronics at Electronica 2018: The NXP Semiconductor Booth . During electronica we met with Justin Mortimer of NXP and spoke about the announcement of the new LPC5500, based on Arm Cortex M33, which has full release at Embedded World in February 2019.  It has the most advanced security in the NXP MCU portfolio and is by far their most power and performance efficient MCU to market .


AEU 2018 – Microchip AVR IoT Platform–microcontroller-microprocessor–8-bit-eval-board/ac164160-microchip-9105795 . The AVR-IoT WG development board is a small and easily expandable demonstration and development platform for IoT solutions, based on the AVR microcontroller architecture using Wi-Fi technology.


Future Electronics at Electronica 2018:  Meeting with Microchip . Using one cable to power the lighting system and carry the internet protocol gives increased security , as it’s a one cable network, and also reduce the total system cost.  Microchip are helping their clients in 3 main areas: Smart, Connect and Security.


Future Electronics at Electronica 2018:  The ON Semiconductor Booth . ON Semiconductor’s technology is utilized in the energy recovery (ERS) pack that controls ignition and injection drivers of the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport race car, which has won four consecutive Formula One World Constructors’ championships and five consecutive Drivers’ titles.