Zerynth-powered hardware is on the International Space Station. Yes, you’ve heard that right, our software is in space now.
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.
Do you want to learn how to connect to the Cloud with Zerynth and XinaBox? Now that the third part of the popular DesignSpark tutorial on the topic has been released, you can learn how to send data to the Cloud in under half an hour.
The students at the University of Pisa started their SPRINT 4.0 course yesterday. During the five days of the course, with the help of the TOI team, they will be learning how to build Industry 4.0 and IoT applications.
After two successful SPRINT 4.0 courses that our partner TOI has held in Barcelona and Bremen, it’s time for the third one. The final SPRINT 4.0 course will be held in Pisa, from the 23rd until the 27th of September.
A two-part tutorial titled “Connecting XinaBox IoT with Zerynth to Cloud” has just been published on DesignSpark, and we wanted to share it with you.
If you’re interested in the combination of XinaBox and Zerynth you’ll sure like this tutorial on how to use the AH01 xChip with Zerynth Studio.
We’ve got an exciting tutorial to share with you, another great find from hackster.io. This time it’s a machine learning tutorial with Zerynth, XinaBox, and Microsoft Azure.
Our partner XinaBox has a released a new Zerynth-powered IoT kit - XK52. It’s designed for prototyping IoT devices and it includes two CW02 xChips (with a Zerynth license onboard).