Embedded Insiders Podcast: In the summertime we’ve got dev kits on our minds

July 7, 2017 Rich Nass, Embedded Computing Brand Director

In the summertime when the weather is hot, the Embedded Insiders are indoors with development kits on their minds. Rich Nass and Brandon Lewis have been doing some hardware hacking of their own lately on a Raspberry Pi-based Z-Wave reference platform from Sigma Designs; a Bluetooth garage door monitoring application based on Nordic Semiconductor’s Thingy board; and an IoT streaming application using Microchip Technology Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) modules and MikroElektronika gyroscope clicks.

Hear how they faired in this week’s edition.

Topics include:

  • Development kits
  • DIY
  • Networking
  • Wireless
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