Category: Moduino ESP32

Available open source ventilator projects to help COVID-19 patients

When the news came out that ventilator shortages could be a problem, many saw the need for alternatives to the big manufacturers and rushed to create them. Unlike industrial projects, these projects were open and shared. Currently, Robert Reed and his group are starting to systematically evaluate the ranking of over 80 such open source […]

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Arduino Portenta H7 – new player on the Industrial IoT market

At the Consumer Electronics Show 2020, Arduino has made a possibly groundbreaking announcement with the Arduino Pro IDE. This could bring the maker scene and classic industrial companies closer together. Arduino Portenta H7 features The Portenta H7 is equipped with an STM32H747Xi with a Cortex-M7 and a Cortex-M4. Portenta H7 has 2 megabytes of RAM […]

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ESP AFE for ESP32 AI and DPS approved by Amazon Alexa

Amazon‘s website has introduced a Software Audio Front End (AFE) Development Kit section that lists software algorithms that optimize sound detection in noisy environments. The latest addition is the Amazon Alexa recently certified Espressif audio front end or ESP AFE algorithm for shorts. The Espressif AFE algorithm was certified by Amazon after achieving excellent performance […]

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ESP AFE for ESP32 AI and DPS approved by Amazon Alexa

Amazon‘s website has introduced a Software Audio Front End (AFE) Development Kit section that lists software algorithms that optimize sound detection in noisy environments. The latest addition is the Amazon Alexa recently certified Espressif audio front end or ESP AFE algorithm for shorts. The Espressif AFE algorithm was certified by Amazon after achieving excellent performance […]

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Arduino Portenta H7 – new player on the Industrial IoT market

At the Consumer Electronics Show 2020, Arduino has made a possibly groundbreaking announcement with the Arduino Pro IDE. This could bring the maker scene and classic industrial companies closer together. Arduino Portenta H7 features The Portenta H7 is equipped with an STM32H747Xi with a Cortex-M7 and a Cortex-M4. Portenta H7 has 2 megabytes of RAM […]

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Available open source ventilator projects to help COVID-19 patients

When the news came out that ventilator shortages could be a problem, many saw the need for alternatives to the big manufacturers and rushed to create them. Unlike industrial projects, these projects were open and shared. Currently, Robert Reed and his group are starting to systematically evaluate the ranking of over 80 such open source […]

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NarrowBand-IoT one of standards for Industrial IoT

The NB-IoT is becoming a standard in wireless communication of IoT devices, for standalone solutions and complex installations with thousands of units, coordinated with gateways. Will NarrowBand-IoT replace other wireless technologies in industrial automation? What exactly is NarrowBand? NarrowBand-IoT (NB-IoT) is a radio technology in the field of LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network) dedicated […]

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Use of Wireless M-Bus for meter monitoring during the pandemic

The wM-Bus or Wireless Meter Bus is a European standard (EN 13757-4) that defines communication between usability meters and data loggers, hubs or intelligent meter gates. The M-Bus wireless bus has been developed as a standard to meet the needs of the European network of media meters and remote reading systems and forms the basis […]

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Ranking of 80+ open source ventilator projects to fight COVID-19

When the news came out that ventilator shortages could be a problem, many saw the need for alternatives to the big manufacturers and rushed to create them. Unlike industrial projects, these projects were open and shared. Currently, Robert Reed and his group are starting to systematically evaluate the ranking of over 80 such open source […]

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Battery powered IoT devices a 2020+ standard

Technology must transfer data to the central system in real time, otherwise it may have negative consequences. If the sensor battery power runs out, a machine failure may stop production for one day or lead to direct danger. If battery life is unbelievable and short, IoT applications will become useless, causing more interference rather than […]

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