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We won’t be “giving out” any awards because we already did! The Devvies is really a chance for us to look back on some of the coolest kits we reviewed over the past year.
Believe it or not, the very first touch screen was invented in 1965 in Malvern, England at the Royal Radar Establishment (RRE), a telecommunications research establishment (TRE).
We finally made it to 2021 and the Embedded Insiders have five predictions for what we can expect in the embedded space. Rich kicks things off with a bold prediction: 2021 will NOT be the year of 5G.
Today, Quant is back with another connectivity solution which is MultiTech’s MultiConnect® rCell 600 series, a CBRS Multi-Interface Industrial Router that can turn vehicles like school buses.
New version of IoT IDE adds lots of features.
Looking for a kit that lets you aggregate sensor data from the edge and visualize it in the cloud in minutes? Check out the MultiTech QuickStart AWS IoT Core for LoRaWAN® kit.
The Marvel Prestera-based ComEth4510e delivers support for up to 98 ports with 1000BASE-T SFP+ and QSFP interfaces on the front panel and 1000BASE-KX/10GBASE-KR and 40GBASE-KR4 interfaces on the rear.
In Part 3, Shawn helps us transition from the development environment and into production by creating fully-encrypted, trusted application packages using Secure Thingz' Secure Desktop Provisioner.
The STEVAL-PTOOL1V is one of two industrial-grade development boards from STMicroelectronics designed for use in low-voltage, brushless power tools.
This industrial controller/server/edge computing platform is driven by the same quad-core Raspberry Pi 3 or 3+ board that’s used to teach STEM students worldwide.
Today, Quant is back with another connectivity solution that provides users with even more connectivity, scalability, coverage, and enterprise management for infrastructure deployments.
The small form factor module is designed for use in applications for autonomous vehicles, digital surveillance, transportation, Mil/COTS, industrial automation, and medical diagnostics.
The Arduino Oplà IoT Kit is an edge-to-cloud IoT system that’s backed by tons of helpful tutorials and getting-started projects that will have you partying in no time.
The MAXREFDES104#, better known as the Health Sensor Platform 3.0, is Maxim Integrated’s third-generation wearable reference design for applications ranging from personal fitness to patient monitors.
Remote learning has become the new norm in the industry of education and with that comes the need for sufficient and consistent access regarding network connectivity.
Some corners of the electronics universe go years or decades without a significant technology upgrade. Passive electronic components are a good example. Then there’s also embedded programmable logic.
"High-performance MCU.” Eyeroll, right? I mean “micro” is in the word "microcontroller." Well, the 32-bit GigaDevice GD32E5 MCUs on this kit gives credence to the oxymoron with an Arm Cortex-M33.
Welcome back to another edition of Dev Kit Weekly where we’re going to be exploring and raffling off a BGM220 Explorer Kit from Silicon Labs, for absolutely free.
Stacey Higginbotham, a tech industry expert and editor of the eponymous Stacey on IoT blog, joins Brandon and Rich to further the discussion about the ARM/NVIDIA deal. What exactly did NVIDIA buy?
Universal Broadband FR4 LTE/LPWA Antenna from Ethertronics is an SMT internal (onboard) antenna that supports the 617-960 MHz, 863-928 MHz, 1710-2200 MHz, and 2500-2700 MHz frequency bands.