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Memory Solution for Surveillance Edge Storage

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Wireless memory solutions don't typically meet the temperature, endurance and robustness requirements needed to operate in IIoT devices. Micron Industrial Surveillance Edge Storage MicroSD Cards are specifically designed for Internet Protocol (IP) video surveillance cameras delivering:

• High endurance with 3 years of 24/7 continuous high-quality video recording

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Extended Reality: Blurring boundaries

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Vishal Duggal
Recent years have seen a series of exponential technological advances, innovation and invention manifested in variousways such as cloud, artificial intelligence, blockchain, augmented and virtual reality, Internet of things (Iot), robotics, quantum computing, and so on. This technology revolution represents vast potential for changing how human beings live, work, learn and share today, tomorrow and beyond.According to Accenture Technology Vision 2018, there is a paradigm shift in the role of business itself: it is moving closer to the centre of people’s lives. 

Software Development Framework For PIC® and SAM Microcontrollers Unified Under MPLAB® Harmony Version 3.0

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Shreepanjali Mod

32-bit MCU (Microcontroller) applications vary across wide scales of development models and complexities. The team working at Microchip Technology Inc. has worked out a few solutions that will definitely ease up the process for designers and help them scale designs in a more efficient manner. 

 

 

What Do You Know About IP65 Certified Waterproof Panel PCs?

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Shreepanjali Mod

IBASE Technology INc. recently introduced new UPC series Panel PCs for smart retail applications. These panel PCs measure 21.5-inch and are completely fanless. Featuring a full flat bezel design along with a 192 x 1080 IPS LCD and capacitive touch screen, these PCs work on gesture touch and multi-touch functionalities. 

 

 

Linux Tutorial: File System, Installation & Shells

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Ajish Alfred
Most people think that Linux is an OS, but it is actually not. Linux itself doesn’t form an OS. Linux is nothing but a Kernel.  Kernel is a large code of millions of lines, which forms the core of any operating system. It can be considered as a resource manager of an operating system. User applications can communicate with the hardware only through the kernel. It is the kernel which keeps the OS up and running. Linux kernel based operating systems are called Linux OS, like redhat, Linux mint, Ubuntu, centos etc.  

Automatic Software Update by IoT Device over FTP Protocol - IOT Part 44

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Priya

Raspberry Pi 3 MicroSD Card SlotIn the previous tutorial, FTP protocol and file transfer over it between a Client and Server was discussed. The FTP protocol can really useful in many IoT applications. Many IOT devices are installed in places like nuclear plant, electrical grids and other industrial setups where these types of devices can get some bugs and need application software updates to fix them. On standard IoT protocols like MQTT, CoAP, etc, it is hard to update and reinstall application software because most of the IoT protocols are designed for IoT communication between devices and network but not for tasks like application updates.

32 Servo Motor Controller Program using ATMEGA32

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K.V.L.Narasimha

Automation applications generally require controlling multiple actuators (like many motors) at the same time. For concurrent and synchronous controlling of many actuators, they need to be controlled and operated independently. Engineers use as many controllers (microcontrollers or ASICs) as the number of actuators needs to be independently operated. 

 

 

ANDROID VERSIONS AND THEIR FEATURES

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Vishal Soni

Andy Rubin, Nick Sears, Rich Miner, and Chris White founded Android Inc. in October 2003. Firstly, Andy Rubin developed Android OS for digital cameras but he realized that the market for digital camera operating systems perhaps was not all that big. In 2005, Android wasbought by Google and Andy Rubin along with other co-founders continued working under new owners. In 29 June 2007,iPhone was released by Apple Inc with iOS, which was the first OS in the mobile market.

Portable UART Data Receiver/Tester

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Fayaz Hassan

Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter (UART) is the most common point to point (peer) serial communication interface used in microcontrollers. It is a simple two-wire interface that requires no clock signal or any master device for serial transmission of data between two embedded devices. It can transmit data packets of variable length (5 to 9 bits) with the provision of a parity bit for error detection. That is why almost all microcontrollers have USART or at least UART peripheral built-in.