It’s been an action-packed few days at EE Live! and there’s lots of positive news to share. First, after experiencing some technical difficulties, we were able to begin selling some of the product we brought to the show. The RIoTboard, Atmel Xplained board, Raspberry Pi and Wolfson Audio Card were the main sellers, and we were pleased to be able to satisfy some of the demand for our products in person.
From a publicity perspective, we conducted several meetings with representatives from key industry publications and are well positioned for positive media coverage moving forward. Thus far we’ve spoken with folks from organizations including Extension Media (publishers of EECatalog and Chip Design, among others), OpenSystems Media (publishers of Industrial Embedded Systems, Embedded Computing Design and others), Electronic Design, Evaluation Engineering and Electronic Buyers News.
Cliff Ortmeyer was even the focus of an on-camera interview with EE Journal:
We’ve had big crowds at several of our engagements. Below is Vandana Lokeshwar during her MEMS sensor board presentation.
Here’s Cliff during a Raspberry Pi giveaway at the OpenSystems Media booth:
Finally, the show has given us some great social media content. Below are just two of the noteworthy things seen while walking the exhibit floor that were shared through Newark element14's social channels. The first is a robot controller from Texas Instruments using our Fuel Tank Boosterpack.
The second is a 3D printer Atmel was showing off in their space:
Overall, it has been a busy and productive few days in San Jose!