ADI will be unveiled at the 2022 Munich Electronics Show, and continue to lead the sustainable future

Analog Devices, Inc. will bring innovative technologies and solutions in various fields to the 2022 Munich Electronics Show held in Germany from November 15 to 18, during which it will comprehensively display innovative achievements for industrial automation and instrumentation, automobile, medical health, consumer electronics and communications applications at booth 125 in Hall C4

Through more than 30 scheme demonstrations, keynote speeches and technical demonstrations presented by ADI experts, visitors will have the opportunity to understand how ADI can help all walks of life achieve sustainable development based on multi field technology, including intelligent factory and building automation, intelligent robots and autonomous machines, automobile electrification, immersive cockpit experience, sustainable energy and grid stability, 5G and next-generation connectivity Intelligent and safe consumer electronic equipment, as well as preventive digital medical health and so on.


Industrial automation and instrumentation

Industrial and building automation systems are rapidly digitizing, integrating detection, connectivity, and analysis to improve energy efficiency, unlock key insights, and achieve personalized results. The demonstration will cover advanced intelligent motion control, asset health monitoring, seamless intelligent edge devices, efficient power management and other programs, vividly demonstrating the positive role of ADI technology in building a more sustainable industrial future. Examples include: communication technology used to unlock intelligent edges in digital factories, advanced optical detection technology that can accurately control robots, and integrated systems that achieve intelligent building automation.


ADI's technology is helping car enterprises improve the car cabin environment through audio, voice, Ethernet and display solutions, as well as advanced battery solutions for electric vehicles. With the help of ADI technology, the automotive industry can provide customers with a more immersive and personalized cockpit experience. Demonstrations in the automotive field include a comprehensive battery management system for lithium-ion battery energy storage, and ADI LISTN, which can simultaneously use two independent voice assistants in the cabin ™ Platform, and SerDes solution based on Gigabit Multimedia Serial Link (GMSL), which will lay the foundation for automotive OEMs to deploy high-resolution sensors in software defined vehicles in the future.

Medical health

ADI cooperates with customers to shape the future of digital and decentralized medical and health industry, so that the public can enjoy lower cost medical and health services more easily. Intelligent sensors, precise simulation, high-performance signal processing and advanced algorithms are the core of ADI medical health solutions. Thematic demonstrations include the non-contact health monitoring system, the industry's first vital sign monitoring module placed on or inside a patient's mattress or pillow, and a fitness bike equipped with a low-cost power meter (this power meter also supports the ADI biometric sensor platform for activity tracking wristbands). ADI's health sensor platform 4.0 will also be unveiled in the demonstration. This open source reference design is applicable to the chest patch and can provide all-weather vital sign monitoring.

Consumer Electronics and Communications

This time, a display wall will highlight innovative consumer electronic devices developed by customers and supported by ADI's digital signal processing, audio, video, power supply and software solutions. The products to be unveiled will include low-power wireless headphones, high-performance bar speakers, and next-generation consumer electronic devices that can achieve highly immersive interaction between people and technology. Communication solution demonstration includes high-speed wireless data interconnection system and optimized 5G RF signal link power supply design