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.
DesignSpark Zerynth Studio’s new capabilities is a trending topic, as we’ve noticed. Everyone is talking about it. So, we decided to share some of the posts with you here, and ask for your opinion.
Even though Maker Faire Rome 2018 is over, that doesn’t mean there’s no exciting stuff to share from it. Like the video, we are about to present here.
Silicon Valley is hosting the largest IoT event series in the world, on the 28th and 29th of November, and the Zerynth team will be there.
What’s happening in Munich in two weeks? Electronica – the world’s leading trade fair and conference for electronics, and we’ll be there.
Last week we wrapped things up with The Things Conference Italy in Pisa and started packing for the Maker Faire in Rome. We thought that everyone who couldn’t make it to Pisa for the conference now has a chance to meet us in Rome.
TOI (Things on Internet) has made a Blockchain-based tracking system that monitors shipments of goods. It’s a highly practical system that provides security to this field.
This tutorial will be exploring the potential of combining IoT and blockchain using simple Python directly on microcontrollers, thanks to Zerynth tools.
We’re happy to announce the release of the patch p01 for Zerynth version r2.1.2.
This time, the patch introduces 3 new libraries, several highly important updates, and a few minor ones.
Do you know that feeling when you’re explaining something you’re passionate about? Well that’s what it was like at the London IoT Tech Expo yesterday.