The Raspberry Pi 4 Model B is the latest board launched by the Raspberry Pi Foundation in June 2019. This model has the latest high-performance quad-Core 64-bit Broadcom 2711, Cortex A72 processor clocked at 1.5GHz speed.This processor uses 20% les..
Featuring a quad-core 64-bit processor, wireless networking, dual-display output and 4K video playback, Raspberry Pi 400 is a complete personal computer, built into a compact keyboard. Raspberry Pi 400 is ideal for surfing the web, creating and edi..
The Arduino platform has become popular for the development of electronic projects. Arduino boards are easy to use, and programming them is straightforward, even for beginners. The Arduino Zero board is a powerful board that offers advanced features ..
DescriptionThe Arduino Edge Control board is designed to address the needs of precision farming. It provides a low power control system, suitable for irrigation with modular connectivity. The board is compatible with MKR Boards 2G/3G/CatM1/NBIoT, L..
DescriptionPortenta H7 family runs high level codes along with real time tasks thanks to the two processors that makes it possible to run tasks in parallel. For example, it is possible to execute Arduino compiled code along with MicroPython one sim..
The Arduino® Nicla Sense ME is our smallest form factor yet, with a range of industrial-grade sensors packed into a tiny footprint. Measure process parameters such as temperature, humidity and movement. Dive into edge computing with powerful data fus..
The Arduino® Nicla Vision is a ready-to-use, standalone camera for analyzing and processing images on the edge. Thanks to its 2 MP color camera, smart 6-axis motion sensor, integrated microphone and distance sensor, it is suitable for as..
In today's era, technology can enhance human life. Technology is evolving decade by decade. Automation was a science fiction earlier but not today. By combining latest technology with home, we can build an awesome home. With the Arduino we can build ..
What is Marlin?Marlin is an open source firmware for the RepRap family of replicating rapid prototypers — popularly known as “3D printers.” It was derived from Sprinter and grbl, and became a standalone open source project on August 12, 2011 with i..