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Integration with PlatformIO an open source ecosystem for IoT development. Cross-platform code builder and library manager. Continuous and IDE integration. Arduino and MBED compatible. Ready for Cloud compiling.
PlatformIO IDE is the next-generation integrated development environment for IoT. Phant is a modular logging tool developed by SparkFun Electronics for collecting data from the Internet of Things. phant is the open source software that powers data.sparkfun.com.
Atmel AVR 8- and 32-bit MCUs deliver a unique combination of performance, power efficiency and design flexibility. Optimized to speed time to market-and easily adapt to new ones-they are based on the industrys most code-efficient architecture for C and assembly programming. Please navigate to documentation.
Atmel | SMART offers Flash- based ARM products based on the ARM Cortex-M0+, Cortex-M3 and Cortex-M4 architectures, ranging from 8KB to 2MB of Flash including a rich peripheral and feature mix. Please navigate to documentation.
Espressif Systems is a privately held fabless semiconductor company. They provide wireless communications and Wi-Fi chips which are widely used in mobile devices and the Internet of Things applications. Please navigate to documentation.
Linux ARM is a Unix-like and mostly POSIX-compliant computer operating system (OS) assembled under the model of free and open-source software development and distribution. Using host OS (Mac OS X, Linux ARM) you can build native application for Linux ARM platform. Please navigate to documentation.
The Nordic nRF51 Series is a family of highly flexible, multi-protocol, system-on-chip (SoC) devices for ultra-low power wireless applications. nRF51 Series devices support a range of protocol stacks including Bluetooth Smart (previously called Bluetooth low energy), ANT and proprietary 2.4GHz protocols such as Gazell. Please navigate to documentation.
The nRF52 Series are built for speed to carry out increasingly complex tasks in the shortest possible time and return to sleep, conserving precious battery power. They have a Cortex-M4F processor and are the most capable Bluetooth Smart SoCs on the market. Please navigate to documentation.
The STM32 family of 32-bit Flash MCUs based on the ARM Cortex-M processor is designed to offer new degrees of freedom to MCU users. It offers a 32-bit product range that combines very high performance, real-time capabilities, digital signal processing, and low-power, low-voltage operation, while maintaining full integration and ease of development. Please navigate to documentation.
Teensy is a complete USB-based microcontroller development system, in a very small footprint, capable of implementing many types of projects. All programming is done via the USB port. No special programmer is needed, only a standard USB cable and a PC or Macintosh with a USB port. Please navigate to documentation.
Paxcounter is a proof-of-concept device for metering passenger flows in realtime. It counts how many mobile devices are around. This gives an estimation how many people are around. Paxcounter detects Wifi and Bluetooth signals in the air, focusing on mobile devices by filtering vendor OUIs in the MAC adress. Intention of this project is to do this without intrusion in privacy: You don't need to track people owned devices, if you just want to count them. Therefore, Paxcounter does not persistenly store MAC adresses and does no kind of fingerprinting the scanned devices.
Conduit is an entirely open-source web service that allows you to securely control and interface with fleets of ESP8266-based IoT devices from anywhere in the world (even if those devices themselves don't have public or static IP addresses). Conduit offers a centralized RESTful API to do things like eaisly execute arbitrary firmware functions on your device or receive data from your device(s). You can use the already deployed service or spin up your own instance (useful if you want to ensure all of your infrastructure stays behind a private network--say a hospital network). A central conduit API server is already deployed at https://api.conduit.suyash.io (should be used for all API routes) with a user-friendly front-end deployed at https://conduit.suyash.io.