Ever since we entered into a partnership with RS Components, and Zerynth Studio became available on the DesignSpark community, it’s been getting more and more attention online. Everyone started talking about what Zerynth tools have to offer.
The video we’re about to share with you summarizes this rising popularity.
Electronica 2018 highlights
RS Components have shared a video about the Electronica Fair 2018 on their YouTube channel. It features all the newest achievements of their team, and of course, DesignSpark Zerynth Studio.
In his interview from the fair, Luigi F. Cerfeda, our head of Marketing, talks about Zerynth Studio advantages for a modern developer:
“We like to call Zerynth the middleware for IoT – because you can choose the hardware you prefer, the Cloud you prefer, and with very simple Python, very simple code, you can connect both worlds.”
Did you visit our booth at Electronica? If you didn’t, don’t worry, you can meet us on January 31st and February 1st in Amsterdam, for The Things Conference 2019.
Blockchain demo at Electronica
While we were hosted at the RS Components booth, at Electronica fair, we showcased the possibilities of DesignSpark Zerynth Studio and showed everyone how to successfully combine Blockchain and Python.
You can read the full Zerynth Academy post here, and learn how to do it yourself.
Python programmable displays, 4ZeroPlatform, and Xinabox demo
You’re probably wondering what else our team showcased at the RS Components booth. First of all, it was the first time we showed a demo with the Python programmable Riverdi displays.
Come by Hall C5, booth 147 and see it yourself
— Zerynth (@Zerynth) November 13, 2018
We used these awesome displays for the Blockchain demo we mentioned above. Afterward, we moved on to show a demo of TOI’s 4ZeroPlatform, a Python programmable solution for industrial IoT applications.
The Zerynth-powered 4ZeroPlatform in action at the @RSComponents booth at @electronicaFair in Munich. Come by Hall C5, booth 147 and we'll show you how it works with the @DesignSparkRS Zerynth Studio.
— Zerynth (@Zerynth) November 14, 2018
Lastly, we showed a popular demo of ours, called “From sensor to the Cloud in 15 lines of Python“. It was a simple tutorial on how to send sensor data to the Cloud in a secure and efficient way with Zerynth Studio and XinaBox modular xChips.
— Zerynth (@Zerynth) November 16, 2018
We hope you’ll try some of these tutorials yourself. So, happy codding and happy New Year everyone!