We’ve had a chance to participate in the Master Industry 4.0 Design Enterprise Digitalization and 4.0 Technologies event this week.
This November we’ve had the privilege to hold a lecture and workshop at the University of Pisa where we explained and demonstrated to the students how easy and simple Python programming is with Zerynth tools.
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.
Two weeks ago we had a chance to host David Hanson, the famous robotics expert, in our offices in Pisa. It was an opportunity to share new ideas, and talk about previous collaborations.
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.
Have you tried the Python-programmable IoT displays by Riverdi? They have a Zerynth license onboard, and you can program them right out of the box.
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.
Internet Festival 2019 – Zerynth demonstrates real Industry 4.0 opportunities for companies and professionals
Last week we were lucky to hold two events at the annual Pisa Internet Festival. The morning event covered the topic of Industry 4.0 and the 4ZeroPlatform,
Our partner, Riverdi, has just published an interesting demo that used the Zerynth powered IoT displays to create a Philips Hue lighting control panel.
After the week-long SPRINT 4.0 course that the TOI team has held in Barcelona, they are ready to travel to Bremen, Germany, to present the same curriculum to the students of BIBA University.