Intelligent, Application-specific Embedded Systems

MAZeT GmbH will be presenting its range of services and products for the development and manufacturing of user-specific embedded Systems at embedded world 2015 in Nuremburg, Germany.

User-specific device development for a digital microscope Smartzoom 5 from ZEISS (Copyright: Zeiss)
User-specific device development for a digital microscope Smartzoom 5 from ZEISS (Copyright: Zeiss)
RGBW spotlight demonstrator – MAZeT wirelessly controls various light atmospheres and colors over a long period of time and using a wide spectrum of LEDs with a proprietary mobile app (Copyright: MAZeT)
RGBW spotlight demonstrator – MAZeT wirelessly controls various light atmospheres and colors over a long period of time and using a wide spectrum of LEDs with a proprietary mobile app (Copyright: MAZeT)

Jena, Germany, 12 February 2015. MAZeT GmbH will be presenting its range of services and products for the development and manufacturing of user-specific embedded systems at Booth 446 in Hall 1 at the ‘embedded world’ trade fair in Nuremberg, Germany, from 24 to 26 February 2015. Services from MAZeT GmbH range from intelligent, wireless-controlled embedded systems to ASIC design.

Intelligent Human-machine Interface

MAZeT will use a smart digital microscope operating-unit as a hands-on example of an innovative human-machine interface. The combination of a keyboard, multi-touch pad, rotary encoders, and programmable touch display opens up various opportunities for efficient and customized operation of the target device. The real two-axis rotary encoder provides the customer with a unique selling point for the market and increases productivity and efficiency when operating the digital microscope.

MAZeT delivers the operating unit to the customer out-of-the-box. This demonstrates the company’s expertise in skillfully designed hardware and software development with the subsequent series production and manufacturing from a single source. There will be a control demonstration to provide an insight into the operating concept.

Wireless LED Color Control

MAZeT uses RGBW cubes as a spotlight demonstrator to present the possibilities of radio control for extensive light installations. Each RGBW cube features LEDs from various manufacturers and its own intelligence system and sensors. The cubes can maintain the defined light parameters over a long period of time, regardless of binning, aging and temperature. Wireless communication either takes place via Bluetooth or Dust Networks SmartMesh® technology.