Mouser Electronics and Wurth Elektronik Group Debut a New IoT Trends eBook for Manufacturers


It’s happening, readers — IoT Evolution Expo 2024 begins one week from tomorrow! From February 13-15 at the Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, there will be a plethora of activities to take part in; explore the venue’s massive exhibit hall and consider attending special panel discussions and workshops covering tons of IoT, IIoT, 4G/5G/6G, and smart city-centric topics (e.g. general wireless connectivity solutions, specific eSIMs/iSIMs, real-time analytics, EV and AV technologies, power grids, manufacturing, ESG in IoT, etc.). Learn more about the event agenda here, and read about the scope of the ITEXPO #TECHSUPERSHOW experience that this IoT Evolution Expo 2024 is a part of here.

Now that you’ve got this exciting expo information, let’s discuss a related Internet of Things topic concerning two companies in this space and some resources therein:

Mouser Electronics and Würth Elektronik Group.

Mouser offers multitudes of products with great uses in myriad IoT spaces; development tools, semiconductors, optoelectronics, circuit protection, passive components, sensors, connectors, industrial automation accessories, RF and wireless equipment, batteries and power modules and so on.

Würth Elektronik is a manufacturer of electronic and electromechanical components with 23 production sites spanning North America, Europe and Asia. Its program encompasses EMC components, inductors, transformers, HF components, varistors, capacitors, power modules, LEDs, plug connectors, power supply elements, wireless power coils, switches, connection technology and fuse holders.

So, the news from these two?

Mouser and Würth Elektronik have officially collaborated on a new IoT eBook.

This IoT manufacturer eBook — “8 Industry Experts Discuss Trends in the Internet of Things” — expands on notable industry trends and insights from design engineers, hardware experts, wireless sensor specialists, electrical consultants and others.

Furthermore, featuring multiple chapters on specific IoT business models and smart device features, the IoT eBook captures the importance of “of Things” news for 2024 and beyond. (Especially since extensive IoT developments are expected down the road; Mouser and Würth Elektronik’s data even states how the “total number of IoT devices in the world may reach 30 billion by 2030.” That’s substantial, to be sure.)

Download the IoT eBook’s PDF here.

Learn more about the proliferation of the Internet of Things at IoT Evolution Expo 2024, taking place from February 13-15 at the Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Part of the ITEXPO #TECHSUPERSHOW, this event combines educational conference programming with a robust exhibit hall, networking events, and other activities, bringing together buyers and providers of business technology products and services that drive business success.

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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