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IoTPlaybook Insight: Drones, or the Internet of Flying Things as some people like to call them, have been a big deal for just over a decade. VC money invested in drone development was $2 million in 2010 but zoomed to $930 million in 2019.
Is best in class the only consideration for your analog design?
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It’s easy to seek out the absolute top of the line when it comes to a design. Whatever the “best” part is, is probably what’s going to be the most compelling for your design, right?
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
News
Thunderstorms from South Texas to the Great Lakes are blowing us from spring to the unofficial start of summer.
Smart Doorbell / Video Intercom System
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How-To
Raspberry Pi-powered hardware that notifies you when guests arrive and lets you talk to them on your phone through internet calls.
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IoTPlaybook Insight: Jim Wilden designed AODD (Air-Operated Double-Diaphragm) industrial pumps back in 1955.
Why artificial intelligence at the edge matters
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A few years ago, the concept of having a personal assistant in your home, automobile, or even phone that recognized your voice and could play your favorite music, shop, monitor your health, control home automation and handle a range of life’s chores was the work of science fiction.
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
News
2020 just keeps on giving presents we didn’t ask for, doesn’t it? Viruses and murder hornets and now an early start to the storm season. Tropical Storm Arthur hits North Carolina today, two weeks before the official storm season starts on June 1.
Build an “LED Alerter” for Your Remote Work Office Setup
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How-To
Working from home? Build a web-controlled LED tower to announce to others when you don't want to be disturbed.
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IoTPlaybook Insight: Parks Associates is one of the leading research firms on consumer use of technology, and released an interesting statistic: 41% of domestic broadband households worry about hackers.
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
News
This past Sunday was Mother’s Day and we hope you connected with family in some way or another. In a related note, we feel for those trying to teach computerphobe family members how to use Zoom or Google Meet for the first time.

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