IoT and embedded products 2019

This post is here to comments links and news on intetesting IoT and embedded systena products I see on news.


  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Update: Onion Releases Omega2 Pro IoT Development Board

    the Omega2 Pro, which is a self-contained platform with the processor, memory, storage, and Wi-Fi radio baked into a single board. Onion states it will come pre-loaded with OpenWrt and can be programmed in nearly any language, including Python, GoLang, NodeJS, C++, PHP, and a host of others.

  2. Tomi Engdahl says:

    The Mysterious ESP-EYE Development Board from Espressif?

    Sometimes new boards pop up on the radar almost entirely out of the blue, like the new Espressif ESP-EYE has done

    “…this is Espressif’s new AI development board featuring voice wakeup, as well as face detection and recognition. It has been built around our flagship chip, ESP32, and it is also equipped with a 2-Megapixel OV 2640 Camera, Microphone, 4 MB Flash, 8MB PSRAM, Micro USB and LED lights on a 21mm × 41mm board.”

  3. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Analog Devices – Dev board can connect to any equivalent Arduino MCU controller boards (Analog Devices EVAL-M355-ARDZ-INT)

    Analog Devices EVAL-M355-ARDZ-INT Development Board is designed for fast and simple connection to ADuCM355-based sensor boards. The board can also connect to any equivalent Arduino MCU controller boards. This provides for testing functionality, and performance of the circuit using a controlled evaluation environment.

  4. Tomi Engdahl says:

    NGK contributing to the spread of IoT devices through new ceramic Li-ion rechargeable Batteries

    Ultra-small, ultra-thin, high-capacity and capable to be installed at high temperatures, the EnerCera line of rechargeable Li-ion batteries is looking to change up the market for IoT devices by being adaptable to current manufacturing processes while allowing wireless communication.

  5. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Anavi Technology Unveils ESP8266-Powered Thermometer Dev Board

    the Anavi Thermometer — an ESP8266-based board outfitted with a DHT22 temp/humidity sensor that can be utilized for everything from monitoring fish tanks to home automation.

  6. Tomi Engdahl says:

    $16 Raspberry Pi Case Features LCD Touchscreen and Stylus

    There are a ton of cases on the market for the Raspberry Pi, some even equipped with cooling fans, heatsinks, and even displays. While most of those can be had for reasonably cheap, those equipped with display or touchscreens can run on the expensive side- costing $20 and up depending on the model.

  7. Tomi Engdahl says:


    announce the release of Device OS v1.0.0, now available in the Web IDE and in the Device OS code repository.

    Device OS is our lightweight operating system designed specifically for embedded IoT devices that makes possible many of the features that our customers have come to rely on: out-of-box security, seamless over-the-air (OTA) firmware updates, and an abstraction layer that makes sending a fleet-wide message as simple as writing Particle.publish().

  8. Tomi Engdahl says:

    SBC serves as industrial IoT gateway

    Running under Linux, the TS-7180 single-board computer (SBC) from Technologic Systems is useful for industrial control automation and remote monitoring management

  9. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Wiliot Promises Battery-Free Bluetooth Sticker with Integrated Processor and Sensors

    Semiconductor startup Wiliot recently announced it had gained 430-million in series B funding ($50 million total) to continue its development of battery-free Bluetooth Sensor Tag, which siphons electromagnetic energy from RF sources, including Wi-Fi, cellular, and Bluetooth networks for power. Financial backers include Amazon, Samsung, and Avery Dennison, among a host of others.

    First Battery-Free Bluetooth® Sticker Sensor Tag Demonstrated at NRF

  10. Tomi Engdahl says:

    5 Facts You Must Know About Google’s AIY Kits

    Google’s Artificial Intelligence Yourself (AIY) kits can be a great introduction to AI and machine learning concepts. Here’s a breakdown of five key features you should know about.

  11. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Meet Misty II: The Robot As a Platform, Not a Tool

    Misty II is a development platform for engineers and makers that was created to change how we think about robots.

    Misty Robotics says Misty II is a development platform, not just another personal robot.

    Boulder, Colorado-based Misty Robotics’ upcoming product, Misty II, is a 2-ft-tall, 6-lb robot. It is designed to do what the smartphone has done for mobile app developers, but for robotics engineers and makers—provide access to powerful features to open up the robot for a variety of applications. At its core, Misty II is driven by a deep learning processor capable of a variety of machine learning tasks, such as facial and object recognition, distance detection, spatial mapping, and sound and touch sensing. Developers can also 3D print (or even laser cut or CNC machine) custom parts to attach to Misty to expand its functionality for moving and manipulating objects. Misty II will also feature USB and serial connectors as well as an optional Arduino attachment to allow for hardware expansion with additional sensors and other peripherals. (One planned for release by the company is a thermal imaging camera.)

  12. Tomi Engdahl says:

    SBC is Useful for Industrial Control Automation

    Running under Linux, the TS-7180 single-board computer (SBC) from Technologic Systems is useful for industrial control automation and remote monitoring management, including unmanned control rooms, automatic asset management, and asset tracking. Powered by a low-power NXP i.MX6 UltraLite processor with multimedia support, the TS-7180 comes in two configurations with either 512 Mbytes or 1 Gbyte of RAM.

  13. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Macchina’s SuperB Is an ESP32-Based Module with an XBee Form Factor

    Macchina describes the SuperB as “the marriage of two of hardware’s ubiquitous names — the ‘Bee’ form factor and ESP32. The Bee form factor was derived from Digi’s XBee industrial grade IoT boards.”


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