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Raspberry Pi () has come up with a computer for $5. Well, even the other Raspberry PIs were not very expensive ($20 ~$30). It also attests to the fact that IoT is catching on. It has become so cheap that some magazine (MagPi) gave it away to its readers bundled with the issue. According to a pcworld.com article (IDG News Service) it uses a 1 GHZ ARM processor from Broadcom (BCM2835). It has 512MB RAM with the OS loaded on the micro-USB card. It has Micro-USB sockets for data and power including a mini-HDMI socket as well. It has a 40-pin GPIO and the circuit-board may require soldering by customers. Image source of of Raspberry Pi Zero with MagPi is here. Here is a PDF document for BCM2835 Processor. Here is the YouTube video: ... (more)

Optomec and IoT | @ThingsExpo #IoT #M2M #ML #InternetOfThings

IoT depends to a large part on the availability of custom hardware of sensors that can be efficiently manufactured with exacting tolerances in its specifications. Smart Parts manufacturing will be one of the key technologies required to address the IoT 3D Sensors and 3D Antennae. Optomec which manfuactures production grade 3D printers can manufacture parts both in plastics and metals. Here is a picture showing some of the smart stuff that can be made using Optomec 3D Printers. The parts made with additive printing uses the Aerosol Jet Process (no different from spraying a liqui... (more)

Cumulocity Is IoT Ready | @ThingsExpo #IoT #M2M #BigData #Microservices

The keywords for this IoT company are Connect, Manage, Extend and do more things. In order to have wide applicability you can connect anything over any network. Connect at Cumulocity has the following features: Connect out-of-the box to more than 30 usable certified devices (whole list is here, but I could only recognize, Raspberry and a Arduino variant). Looks like it is heavy on LINUX and JAVA-based but I may be missing the others) More than 10 embedded environments supported RestAPIs for any connected device Connect Over any network Runs on all networks, mobile or fixed. No ne... (more)

IoT Development with Codebug | @ThingsExpo #IoT #M2M #Wearables #BigData #InternetOfThings

"CodeBug is a cute, programmable and wearable device designed to introduce simple programming and electronic concepts to anyone, at any age. It is easy to program CodeBug using the online interface, which features colourful drag and drop blocks, an in-browser emulator and engaging community features. Create your own games, clothes, robots or whatever other wacky inventions you have in mind! " For hobbyists looking for low-cost IOT hardware Codebug (from a kickstarter project) offers something very affordable and interesting. Codebug is built around PIC18F microcontroller. In addi... (more)

Azure Data Lake Store in Private Preview | @ThingsExpo @ScottGu #BigData #IoT #InternetOfThings

Azure Data Lake Store in Private Preview Recently announced Azure Data Lake addresses the big data  3V challenges; volume, velocity and variety. It is one more storage feature in addition to blobs and SQL Azure database. Azure Data Lake (should have been Azure Data Ocean IMHO) is really omnipotent. Just look at the key capabilities of Azure Data Lake: Any Data Native format, distributed data store. No need to pre-define schema information. From unstructured to structured data handling. Any Size Kilo bytes to Exa bytes OK. Ready for read/write. At any scale Scale to match your needs; ... (more)