Heard in the Channel: Mouser Launches Security Applications Site

Heard in the Channel: Mouser Launches Security Applications Site

Distributor site responds to growing demand for security solutions; ECIA hosts Executive Conference, honors distinguished service from long-time members of the electronics supply chain.

Distributor Mouser Electronics has launched a Security Applications site on Mouser.com designed to provide resources to engineers who are developing cutting-edge security systems. The site is in response to growing demand for connectedness and the Internet of Things and the resulting need for better security to combat threats and vulnerabilities online.

“Mouser’s new Security Application Site simplifies security design by providing access to the latest security resources all in one place,” Mouser officials said.

The site includes an applications section that provides an overview of IP cameras, including a detailed system diagram with recommended components; the featured products section lists key components used for security applications; and the resources section contains videos and application notes that discuss device selection and applications considerations for several different security applications.

The new Security Applications site is one of nearly 30 Applications and Technologies sites Mouser offers as resources to design engineers.

In other industry news:

  • Members of the Electronic Components Industry Association (ECIA) met this week in Chicago for their annual Executive Conference. Key topics included the Internet of Things and associated growing demand for sensor technology and security solutions.
  • ECIA leadership honored several long-time members for dedicated service to the association and the electronics industry with its Distinguished Service Awards. The awards went to: Chuck Amsden, Mouser Electronics; Mark Conley, O’Donnell Associates North; Rick Dwyer, Intel Corp.; Leon Hamiter, Components Technology Institute; Dr. Barry Lawrence, Texas A&M University; Steve Nelson, Freescale Semiconductor; Paul Nielsen, Brainard-Nielsen Marketing; Kevin Sink, TTI, Inc.; and Walter Tobin, Future Electronics. The awards were given at the ECIA Executive Conference in Chicago on October 27.
  • ECIA also honored three other members with special awards during its Executive Conference. Jim Harper of rep firm Harper & Two (retired) received the Lifetime Achievement Award for his 50 years of service to the industry. Lee Davidson of Allied Electronics (retired) and Mark Larson, president of Digi-Key Corp., shared the Gail S. Carter Award, the association’s highest honor.
  • Wade McDaniel, vice president of solutions architecture for Avnet Velocity, will be a featured speaker at The Logistics & Supply Chain Forum, November 2-4, Scottsdale, Arizona. McDaniel will present a session, titled “Does an Omnichannel Really Exist in the Industrial Space?”

 

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