Arduino Catches IoT Wave | EE Times There are a lot of people that are changing the world by building anything and everything. Arduino is enjoying success in the IoT wave because its easy to use, relatively inexpensive, and supported by a large ecosystem. Intel’s decision to stop supporting its Arduino products, including Joule, Galileo, Edison and Arduino 101, has left

New things at Google I/O 2018

Google I/O 2018 is starts soon. I/O tries to bring together developers from around the globe for talks, hands-on learning with Google experts, and a first look at Google’s latest developer products. The Verge article Eight things to expect at Google I/O 2018 tells that at this year’sI/O, which will be held again at the

Microsoft built its own custom Linux kernel for its new IoT service | TechCrunch Microsoft announced the launch of a secure end-to-end IoT product that focuses on microcontroller-based devices. At the core of Azure Sphere is a new class of certified MCUs. MediaTek is producing the first set of these new MCUs (single-core ARM-A7 systems that run at 500MHz). Interesring twist is that for the first time ever,

FrostBite IoT dev board

Sundelin & Kouri Engineering Ltd launched a completely new C++-based platform and development board for accelerated IoT and embedded development called FrostBite. The new board, Frostbite, is based on Nordic’s nRF52840 SoC silicon, featuring powerful 64MHz ARM Cortex M4F CPU, 256K of RAM and 1M of on-chip flash memory, on-chip soft radio for multitude of

Embedded Conference Finland 2018

Embedded Comference Finland 2018 was on Helsinki today.Security was still hot topic again this year because many companies have not fixed their Internet of Threats products.The outcome was that the trend is that third parties will almost always make your IoT products less secure than you made them to be. Siemens keynote More security AI

LoRaWAN Cellular NB-IoT Power Consumption Comparison The intent of this post is not to say which technology is better or worse. But, rather to show how Cellular IoT and LoRaWAN complement each other. Battery lifetime is by far one of the most important considerations for LPWAN applications because often it is very expensive to replace batteries physically. It will ruin

Makerspaces could be the secret to making smart cities smart | World Economic Forum The suite of new technologies now coming online – from low-cost complex sensors to big data and machine learning – have the ability to map the inflows and outflows of goods and services, allowing cities to precision-track patterns of consumption and waste production. As we speak, maker communities around the world are helping to

IBM working on ‘world’s smallest computer’ to attach to just about everything | TechCrunch IBM is hard at work on the problem of ubiquitous computing, and its approach, understandably enough, is to make a computer small enough that you might mistake it for a grain of sand. Eventually these omnipresent tiny computers could help authenticate products, track medications and more.

Arduino Blog » You can now use Arduino to program Linux IoT devices Arduino Create users can now manage and program a wide range of popular Linux SBCs like the UP² board, Raspberry Pi, and BeagleBone. Today, at Embedded Linux Conference 2018, Arduino announced the expansion of the number of architectures supported by its Arduino Create platform for the development of IoT applications. With this new release,