World's Smallest Arduino, created with technology developed by Potomac Photonics will be on display at the Potomac booth.
Lanham, MD (PRWEB) January 04, 2013
Microfabrication leader Potomac Photonics will unveil what they believe to be the World's Smallest Arduino at the 2013 International CES. They will be part of Eureka Park at CES, one of 20 Tech Zones that will feature the largest collection of the latest technology the industry has to offer. Potomac was given the opportunity to participate through their NSF SBIR Phase II work on miniaturized micro-wireless sensors.
Under a grant from the National Science Foundation, Potomac has developed technology to miniaturize the programmable devices. The new micro-sized open source Potomac Arduino microcontroller operates with the same programming code and I/O capabilities as larger models, but occupies only a small fraction of the volume.
To see the World's Smallest Arduino, you can stop by Potomac Photonics's booth, #75211 in Eureka Park at the Venetian Hotel on Level 3. Owned and produced by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) ®, the 2013 CES, the world's largest annual innovation event, will take place January 8-11, in Las Vegas.
ABOUT POTOMAC PHOTONICS
Potomac Photonics is a leader in microfabrication helping clients to develop miniature products and bring them to market. Utilizing cutting-edge manufacturing technology, Potomac has been recognized by both commercial and government agencies for innovative contributions to areas such as medical device manufacturing and electronics fabrication. Potomac's high-tech facility is located in Lanham, MD, is ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2003 certified. Visit the website at http://www.Potomac-laser.com, http://www.microfablab.com and http://www.potomacmeso.com
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