ARM TechCon: u-blox wireless and mbed OS 5 - Compact code and connectivity with a flash

November 2, 2016 OpenSystems Media

The mbed OS has seen its ups and downs, but with the release of mbed OS 5 earlier this year, all that seems to be behind it.

At the u-blox booth at ARM TechCon, I had the opportunity to meet with Pelle Svenson, Product Marketing Manager for u-blox, who was demonstrating newly integrated support of the mbed 5 OS on their NINA-B1 wireless Bluetooth module. The compact code development enabled by the architectural enhancements enabled u-blox engineers to set up a simple temperature sensing demo on the NINA-B1 edge node, transmit the data through a gateway also running mbed OS 5, and then send it up to the cloud.

Could mbed finally be for real? See for yourself below.

Rich Nass, Embedded Computing Brand Director
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