The updated SMARC module specification Rev 2.1 was released March 23, 2020. It’s fully backward compatible to Rev. 2.0 and introduces some new functions. Changes from Rev. 2.0 to 2.1: Incorporated Errata 1.1 Rev. 2 (2/9/2017) Updated signal tables Added pin number Added power domain Updated content Added termination information Added details for eDP[0:1]_HPD Added SERDES as alternative function for PCIeC and PCIeD Added MDIO Interface Updated power domains and power [...]
Due to the fact that many visitors and exhibitors will not participate on embedded world, we will cancel the traditional informal SGET meeting. Save the date: The annual meeting will take place on May 14th 2020 in Munich!
24th of July SGET starts to call for participating to a new Standard Development Team. A new form factor for solder-down modules is going to enable a cheaper and easier way of creating the upcoming devices for many industries. For more information, please visit: Call for participation
Dear SGET Member, We are pleased to inform you that SGET will join the electronica 2018 event in Munich from Nov 13 - 16 as an exhibitor. Please visit us in hall B5 booth 140. In cooperation with five SGET members, AAEON, E.E.P.D., Kontron, MSC Technologies and Portwell, we will present embedded technology trends and standards including: Qseven, SMARC, eNUC and our new UIC live demo. In case you [...]
Munich, 25 June – On 14 June 2018, at the annual General Meeting of the Standardization Group for Embedded Technologies e.V. (SGET), the new management board was elected. For the next three-year term, the following members will serve (pictured from left to right): Wolfgang Eisenbarth (Portwell) as Chairman, Christian Eder (congatec AG) as First Deputy Chairman, Martin Unverdorben (Kontron) as Second Deputy Chairman, Martin Steger (iesy GmbH) as Treasurer, Mark [...]
SGeT releases new Universal IOT Connector (UIC) specification Version 1.0. The group’s first purely software standard sets a new innovation milestone in universal interoperability and functional compatibility for the Internet of Things.
Throughout a live-demonstration at the embedded world 2018 in Nuremberg, the Standardization Group for Embedded Technologies is going to introduce the first software-related IoT standard for embedded systems to the public.