Smart cameras, cloud platforms shorten long tail of the IoT
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The idea of connecting devices to share data predates the internet. It was the introduction of ubiquitous connectivity that really created the Internet of Things (IoT). Decades later we are still to realize the Internet of Everything.
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
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Who knew the middle of the Pacific Ocean could be so exciting?
Fan Condition Monitoring with the AVR Curiosity Nano
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How-To
Classify a fan's operational state on the 8-bit AVR Curiosity Nano using the SensiML Toolkit.    
Location-based IoT
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Location-based IoT services may be the most horizontal of all IoT opportunities, so there’s prospects aplenty for channel pros.
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
News
It appears 2022 is still front-loaded with aggravations. This week, it’s the temperature roller coaster for the Midwest and Northeast. Monday is cold, Tuesday is much colder, then Wednesday we bounce back to normal or above. Remember that “weather knee” your grandfather had?
Super-Resolution with Vitis-AI on ZCU104 custom platform
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How-To
This project describes how to create a custom Vitis platform for ZCU104 and run the SR app from Vitis-AI prebuilt model zoo on the platform.
How 6G networking will solve your city’s traffic problems
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Somewhere near you is a road or highway that was notorious for bad traffic. After years of debate, the local government devoted funds for expansion and added a lane in each direction.
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
News
Welcome to 2022, especially for those still stranded in airports (or worse, stuck with in-laws) thanks to the triple-shot of overbooked flights, crew outages caused by COVID, and weather across the upper Midwest and Northeast. At least we're getting the worst of 2022 out of the way first, right?
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How-To
Check this project to get started controlling an RGB LED using Meadow's onboard Bluetooth capabilities with a Xamarin. Forms companion app.
https://www.avnet.com/wps/portal/us/resources/article/the-future-of-5g-depends-on-software-defined-radio/
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As it has in so many other applications before it, software-defined radio (SDR) is playing a major role in the development of 5G. In fact, without SDR the promises of 5G might not be achievable at all.

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