Since the ATECC508A is ideal for IoT node security (among many things), we are sure that you will want to find out what the rest of its features are.
We’re pleased to announce that we have just released Zerynth r2.1.1-p02 with lots of new features, enhancements and optimizations.
A panel of experts lead by Zerynth, AAEON Europe and the University of Pisa, will discuss how LPWANs are enabling IoT and Industry 4.0 applications.
How to use Zerynth to program the Arduino MKR1000 in Python and create secure battery-powered projects for the IoT.
In this tutorial, we’ll see how to control a Servo Motor via mobile using Python and JQWidgets. In particular, we’ll see how to use Zerynth Studio to program the microcontroller-based board in Python and how to use Zerynth App to run the JQWidget-based GUI.
Zerynth now officially supports Arduino MKR1000, a device specifically designed for secure IoT projects.
In this article, we’ll see how to get and visualize sensor data of LoRa nodes using Zerynth, The Things Network and Matplotlib.
In this tutorial, we’ll see how to create a LoraWAN network programmed in Python using Zerynth and connected to The Things Network.
Another important town is now covered with LPWAN, a low power, long range, and low bandwidth networking solution that’s ideal for smart cities.
How to develop a simple but powerful IoT Thermometer, using a Zerynth-powered single-board microcontroller and the Zerynth App as the remote display.