Maintenance 4.0: Thanks to IoT technologies it is possible to make actions to optimize the performance of machinery and reduce energy costs.
During the last decade, much effort has been put into the research and development of energy consumption technologies.
We joined the EU Horizon 2020 Lincoln project and designed a Python-based solution. After three years of meticulous research, hard work, and commitment, the project is completed.
Earlier this year, in October, we were a part of the annual Internet Festival in Pisa. As always, it was a chance to showcase what Python and Zerynth tools have to offer.
Our partner, DesignSpark, held an IoT seminar last month to present all the benefits of using Zerynth Studio for programming 32-bit microcontrollers in Python.
In this article, we will be looking at the basics of Python, from both perspectives - the embedded development and the traditional perspective.
Bluetooth version 4.0 introduced Bluetooth with low energy functionality, referred to as BLE, which gave developers the ability to create applications that can run on coin- cell batteries for months and even years at a time.
Zerynth and Cypress tutorial – Python on PSoC® 6 microcontrollers for IoT and Blockchain applications
After its success at Embedded World 2019, it’s time to explain the whole “Python on PSoC® 6 microcontrollers” demo in detail.
Zerynth r2.2.0 Patch p01 & p02 are available with support for Infineon XMC 4700 Relax Kit, Nordic nRF52840 DK and Riverdi IoT Displays
We’re happy to announce the release of patches p01 & p02 for Zerynth version r2.2.0. Read the list
Zerynth r2.2.0 is out with support for Bridgetek BT81x powering Riverdi displays, and BLE enabled ESP32 VMs
We are very happy to announce the release of Zerynth r2.2.0. This newest release supports our partner’s Bridgetek