Datateam Business Media has postponed What’s New In Electronics Live Live with the aim of serving and representing the industry more effectively in 2021. The outbreak of Coronavirus is very concerning and the health, safety and wellbeing of our visitors and exhibitors is our number one priority.
Since Datateam’s acquisition of the well-known event “What’s New in Electronics (WNIE) Live” last month, the team led by Business Director, Louise Pudney, and Event Manager, Harriet Campbell, has been working relentlessly on securing a strong line-up of exhibitors and technical seminar programme to run over two days, 29 and 30 of September, at the NEC Hall 1 in Birmingham.
The degree of automation is continuously growing in all fields of our environment. Everybody enjoys the comfort of intelligent light switching, automatic door opening or presence-based climatic controls. The next step certainly is to minimize the visibility of the technology itself. For this reason, Panasonic Industry has developed the new PaPIRs low profile type with a maximum height of only 10.9mm, which means a reduction of about 24% compared to the smallest existing type within the EKM series. Combined with a big detection area of 8.5×8.5m @ 3m installation height, a best-in-class thermal stability and three available lens colours, the new low profile type is the best motion sensor choice for e.g. smart luminaires, smart LED bulbs or nearly invisible IP cameras and IoT devices.