From embedded sensors to advanced intelligence: Driving Industry 4.0 innovation with TinyML

Reading Time: 5 minutes Wevolver’s previous article about the Arduino Pro ecosystem outlined how embedded sensors play a key role in transforming machines and automation devices to Cyber Physical Production Systems (CPPS). Using CPPS systems, manufacturers and automation solution providers capture data from the shop floor and use it for optimizations in areas like production schedules, process control, and…… Continue reading From embedded sensors to advanced intelligence: Driving Industry 4.0 innovation with TinyML

What is cloud computing, and what does it do for IoT?

Reading Time: 5 minutes At this point, asking “what is cloud computing?” has become difficult. We say it all the time. “Cloud computing” this, “in the cloud” that, “connect to the cloud” the other thing. Cloud, cloud, cloud. What, you mean you don’t know what the cloud is? This is why breaking into new technology can be so daunting.…… Continue reading What is cloud computing, and what does it do for IoT?

Say hello to Arduino Cloud, more things and two new plans

Reading Time: 2 minutes In our quest for a fully integrated online experience, Arduino Create has been expanded over the years to include many additional features. It enables everyone to write code, compile and upload directly from the browser, connect IoT devices, and build real-time dashboards. As it grew, it called for a new name: the Create platform became…… Continue reading Say hello to Arduino Cloud, more things and two new plans

Raspberry Pi smart IoT glove

Reading Time: 3 minutes Animator/engineer Ashok Fair has put witch-level finger pointing powers in your hands by sticking a SmartEdge Agile, wirelessly controlled by Raspberry Pi Zero, to a golf glove. You could have really freaked the bejeezus out of Halloween party guests with this (if we were allowed to have Halloween parties that is). The build uses a…… Continue reading Raspberry Pi smart IoT glove

Build an IoT device with Ubuntu Appliance and Raspberry Pi

Reading Time: 4 minutes The new Ubuntu Appliance portfolio provides free images to help you turn your Raspberry Pi into an IoT device: just install them to your SD card and you have all the software you need to make a media server, get started with home automation, and more. Canonical’s Rhys Davies is here to tell us all…… Continue reading Build an IoT device with Ubuntu Appliance and Raspberry Pi

Design your own Internet of Things with HackSpace magazine

Reading Time: 4 minutes In issue 31 of HackSpace magazine, out today, PJ Evans looks at DIY smart homes and homemade Internet of Things devices. In the last decade, various companies have come up with ‘smart’ versions of almost everything. Microcontrollers have been unceremoniously crowbarred into devices that had absolutely no need for microcontrollers, and often tied to phone…… Continue reading Design your own Internet of Things with HackSpace magazine

IoT ugly Christmas sweaters

Reading Time: < 1 minutes If there’s one thing we Brits love, it’s an ugly Christmas sweater. Jim Bennett, a Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft, has taken his ugly sweater game to the next level by adding IoT-controlled, Twitter-connected LEDs thanks to a Raspberry Pi Zero. IoT is Fun for Everyone! (Ugly Sweater Edition) An Ugly Sweater is great-but what’s…… Continue reading IoT ugly Christmas sweaters

The world’s first Raspberry Pi-powered Twitter-activated jelly bean-pooping unicorn

Reading Time: 3 minutes When eight-year-old Tru challenged the Kids Invent Stuff team to build a sparkly, pooping, rainbow unicorn electric vehicle, they did exactly that. And when Kids Invent Stuff, also known as Ruth and Shawn, got in contact with Estefannie Explains it All, their unicorn ended up getting an IoT upgrade…because obviously. You tweet and the Unicorn poops…… Continue reading The world’s first Raspberry Pi-powered Twitter-activated jelly bean-pooping unicorn

IoT community sprinkler system using Raspberry Pi | The MagPi issue 83

Reading Time: 4 minutes Saving water, several thousand lawns at a time: The MagPi magazine takes a look at the award-winning IoT sprinkler system of Coolest Projects USA participant Adarsh Ambati. At any Coolest Projects event, you’re bound to see incredible things built by young makers. At Coolest Projects USA, we had the chance to talk to Adarsh Ambati…… Continue reading IoT community sprinkler system using Raspberry Pi | The MagPi issue 83

Project Floofball and more: Pi pet stuff

Reading Time: 2 minutes It’s a public holiday here today (yes, again). So, while we indulge in the traditional pastime of barbecuing stuff (ourselves, mainly), here’s a little trove of Pi projects that cater for our various furry friends. Project Floofball Nicole Horward created Project Floofball for her hamster, Harold. It’s an IoT hamster wheel that uses a Raspberry…… Continue reading Project Floofball and more: Pi pet stuff

Arduino and Distrelec launch a new automation & robotics contest!

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino and Distrelec launch a new automation & robotics contest! Arduino Team — April 23rd, 2018 How can you help advance Industry 4.0 using the Arduino ecosystem? From robots and predictive maintenance to remote control and data acquisition, we’ve teamed up Distrelec to launch a new Automation & Robotics Contest challenging our community to create innovative solutions that can make…… Continue reading Arduino and Distrelec launch a new automation & robotics contest!

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