Part 1 of this blog discussed sensors in the laundry room in washing machines and dryers. In the kitchen, similar to the laundry room, basic functions can be designed in using established sensing techniques. In the typical home, the refrigerator is the second-largest consumer of electricity (13.7%), with the air conditioner being number one. So, […]
What Dev Kits are Available for New Designs?
At Sensors Expo 2019, Marc Hervieu from STMicroelectronics explains different development kits that are available to help designers expedite their design efforts in several areas, including cellular, LoRa and cloud connectivity for the Internet of Things. Working with partners Verizon (ST SIM card) and Quectel (ST LTE modem), the ST Microelectronics / Verizon LTE-M IoT […]
What does complete predictive machine maintenance look like?
At Sensor Expo 2019, Edoardo Gallizio from product marketing for MEMS & Sensors in the Americas at STMicroelectronics demonstrates a complete predictive maintenance reference design. Multiple sensors are part of the monitoring where some sensors are mounted directly on a spinning wheel to continuously measure vibration. The sensors gather the data, a microprocessor accesses the […]
Amazon joins Zigbee Alliance board of directors
The Zigbee Alliance, an organization of hundreds of companies creating, maintaining, and delivering open, global standards for the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced that Amazon will join its Board of Directors. As IoT growth continues to accelerate, prominent companies in the tech industry are collaborating within the Zigbee Alliance to shape the direction of […]
32-bit microcontroller family now supports Amazon FreeRTOS
Infineon Technologies AG now allows for easy and secured use of new generation sensors featuring new AI functionalities running on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help facilitate connections required for cloud services and artificial intelligence, in particular. Also to that end, the company is releasing a connected development board with WiFI and EtherCAT connectivity for industrial […]
Laird Collaborates with Amazon Web Services on IoT Analytics Service
Laird announced a collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to pair Laird’s simple-to-deploy Internet of Things (IoT) sensor solutions with AWS IoT Analytics. AWS IoT Analytics is a fully-managed service that makes it easy to run sophisticated analytics on massive volumes of IoT data without having to worry about all the cost and complexity typically required […]
Amazon-qualified AVS dev kit supports stereo acoustic echo cancellation
XMOS Ltd, supplier of advanced embedded voice and audio solutions to the consumer electronics market, today announced its VocalFusion Stereo Dev Kit for Amazon AVS, the first linear mic array solution qualified by Amazon for far-field performance that supports stereo acoustic echo cancellation. This XMOS development kit is designed for developers working in the growing Alexa-enabled […]
Amazon FreeRTOS integrated into MCU platform
Enabling developers to quickly and securely connect Internet of Things (IoT) endpoints to the cloud, Texas Instruments announced the integration of the new Amazon FreeRTOS into the SimpleLink microcontroller (MCU) platform. Amazon Web Services (AWS) has worked with TI in the development of an integrated hardware and software solution that enables developers to quickly establish a […]
Teardown: Does the Amazon Dash set the tone for IoT appliances?
Amazon’s push-button-ordering gizmo could be a harbinger of things to come on the Internet of Things. But is it a hacker’s dream? Lee Teschler – Executive Editor firstname.lastname@example.org…
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