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Optoelectronics: SensorXplorer — Vishay and Mouser Electronics

 

Many IoT designs require limited vision capabilities – without a full-blown camera interface. Edge devices may need to be able to see light, recognize colors or gestures, or sense presence. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Samy Ahmed of Vishay about using optoelectronics to give enhanced capabilities to your next IoT design.

Click here for more information about Vishay Semiconductors SensorXplorer.

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