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Integrating cellular technology is easier than ever with Digi XBee Cellular. Digi Chief Innovation Officer, Rob Faludi, gives a preview of what’s included in the Digi XBee Cellular LTE Cat 1 Development Kit and how to get started with the small, cost-effective, and fully-certified embedded modem.
Introducing Newhaven Display's new line of 7" BeagleBone Capes designed with 5-point multi-touch capacitive functionality for the BeagleBone Black. The following video will provide an overview of the products, the perks of the BeagleBone Black and a quick demo to start developing with one of these capes.
Connecting to an on-premise network for retail terminals in third party environments may seem like a great idea. It’s probably free to use and easy to set up. That is until something goes wrong.
Digi Product Manager, Andrew Lund, outlines the risks in using third-party networks, and why bringing your own LTE connection is a more secure, reliable, and scalable solution that’s easy to install.
Watch the video to learn more.
IoT 4.0 requires companies like DAVE Embedded Systems to provide more information and documentation to enable new customer to use embedded devices.
This video describes how to setup an Eclipse environment using a Virtual Machine provided by DAVE Embedded Systems' team for their product. In particular this video shows how to setup and launch an "Hello World" demo.
Digi Product Manager, Andrew Lund gives a first look at the Digi TransPort® LR54 LTE-Advanced router.
The Digi TransPort® LR54 LTE-Advanced router is the ideal solution for digital media, self service kiosks, and other remotely managed network applications. Watch the video to get a break down of its Cat 6 LTE-Advanced speeds, powerful wi-fi with dual radios, remote management capabilities, and industrial hardware design.
A new mini evaluation board shows the low power, high sensitivity, and small size of NVE's ADL021 magnetic switch.
In this video, Tom Edworthy sets up a wireless water level sensor for his Christmas tree to ensure that it's always watered. Using an MQTT app, Tom is able to monitor if the tree has a sufficient amount of water or if it needs to be watered.
Effortless touch development is obtained with Newhaven Display's 4.3" Arduino Shields. In six different models, choose between 5-point multi-touch capacitive or 4-wire resistive touch combined with either a sunlight readable, premium MVA or standard 480x272 resolution TFT.