Embedded World 2019 is less than a month away, so start planning your trip to Nuremberg, because the Zerynth team will be waiting for you there.

With over 1000 exhibitors and 30.000 visitors, the Embedded World is one of the largest international fairs focused on embedded technologies.

The Embedded World will take place from the 26th until the 28th of February, at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg.

Zerynth team at RS Components stand

We are happy to let you know that you’ll find us at the RS Components stand. Just like last year, at Electronica Fair in Munich, our partner, RS Components will be hosting us.

And in case you didn’t know, the Zerynth IoT development environment is available for download straight from DesignSpark Community.  

Our software simplifies IoT development by providing an easy and efficient way to program the most popular 32-bit microcontrollers in Python or hybrid C/Python and connect them to the top Cloud infrastructures.

Connecting boards to the Cloud and Blockchain

But what will we be showing you at the fair? First off, we got a demo in collaboration with Cypress, where we’ll demonstrate how to connect Cypress boards to the Cloud in simple Python and use Blockchain for secure communication.

Of course, we can’t give away too much just yet. But you can be sure that it will be exciting.

15 lines of code

Do you want to learn how to send sensor data to the Cloud in just 15 lines of Python? If you do, then there is no one better to seek out than the Zerynth team.

Our update has brought a new example to the Zerynth AWS IoT library. This code example allows you to send data to the cloud in just 15 lines of simple Python. We’ll show you how to do the whole thing.

We have a demo prepared with the XinaBox xChip development boards, and Zerynth Studio.

 

The 4ZeroPlatform

Furthermore, we’ll be showcasing the popular 4ZeroPlatform, a plug-and-play data gathering, processing, and reporting solution. It’s composed of two parts – the 4ZeroBox and the 4ZeroManager.

The 4ZeroBox is a Zerynth powered industrial microcontroller-based board, and It’s fully programmable in Python through Zerynth Studio. It also has a Zerynth Virtual Machine license on board, a multithreaded Real-Time OS tailored for IoT.

The 4ZeroBox is used in IoT waste management systems, smart retail, Blockchain-based tracking systems and more.

As you can see, the 4ZeroPlatform gathered attention at last year’s Maker Faire Rome.

IoT display solutions

Lastly, we’ll be showing you the new IoT displays from our partners, Riverdi. The newest generation of the EVE displays, the EVE3, offers a range of improvements and features suitable for the IoT. And of course, we have a library that supports them.

If you drop by the RS Components stand we’ll show you how to use Python to program these IoT displays.

How to find us

You’ll find the RS Components stand at Hall 3A, booth 439. To see the floorplan, click here.

We hope we’ll see you there!