This third class in the Developing with Pi series delves into programming the Raspberry Pi Pico W, enabling WiFi for the RP2040 chip. We'll show how to use it to generate a local web page, creating a simple wireless interface that you can use to interact with your board via a computer or other smart device.
There are some technologies we just can’t seem to get away from, and that includes static analysis. As good as today’s tools are – and they are lightyears from what was available a decade ago – there is still a lot of human in the test loop. And that human costs time, money, and is prone to mistakes.
In this second “Developing with Pi,” class, we’ll get started programming the RP2040 microcontroller. We’ll show how to set up the Thonny IDE for programming in a Python, and how to set up the Arduino IDE for programming in C. We’ll interface with the RP2040 in both environments, doing a “hello world” to help get you started on your programming journey! For this class we’ll be using the Raspberry Pi Pico, and the same concepts should apply to any dev board based on the RP2040.
On-Demand Webcast: Lessons for Turning Your Design Team’s Vision into a Production Embedded Device - PodcastNovember 09, 2022
Rich, colorful product displays enable access to features and functionality in a host of everyday devices. Beautiful displays are a brand-differentiator in the car, the kitchen, the laundry room, the gym and beyond. These embedded displays and touch screens inform and empower users to interact with their devices to make their lives better, smarter and simpler.
To reach net-zero emissions by 2050, the aviation sector must rapidly accomplish its complete technology transformation.
Making IoT products is hard — especially if you want to build a great, profitable product on a tight schedule with limited resources and technical knowledge. Find out how to get around these challenges using one simple, cost-effective solution: Infineon’s AIROC™ Cloud Connectivity Manager, which supports AWS IoT Expresslink.
On-Demand AMA – Ask Siemens Anything: Digital twins for sustainable aviation and hydrogen-powered aircraft - VideoOctober 27, 2022
Globally, aviation accounts for 4.9% of the CO2 and non-CO2 emissions. Industry is taking steps to reduce aircraft emissions and improve fuel efficiency in an effort to combat climate change but with twice as many air travelers expected by 2037, those efforts alone will not be enough.
In the first class of this on-going series of “Developing with Pi,” we introduce the RP2040 and walk through its feature set and capabilities, proving the engineering community with the foundation it needs for subsequent classes. In addition, we present several dev boards that take advantage of this “available and ready-to-use today” RP2040 chip. Some of the aforementioned boards may include the Pico, Pico H, and Pico W, and even some clone boards.
A variety of medical device modalities and industrial edge applications can be improved with the addition of new features enabled by AI. Developers of these devices and equipment need a platform that enables AI at the edge.
Machine learning inference has thoroughly penetrated embedded applications, especially with visual and spatial data like images and radar/lidar. Texas Instruments has a scalable processor portfolio for vision inference at the edge. From inexpensive Arm®-only solutions to computationally-efficient hardware accelerated solutions that deliver optimum combinations of performance, power efficiency and cost, our device performance levels range from 0.5 TOPS to 8 TOPS. With a large collection of pre-optimized AI models, no-cost and low-cost development tools, and a hardware-agnostic software programming environment, TI helps you bring your idea to realization on an embedded device in no time.
Bringing security into the automated pipeline for continuous integration is a proven approach to creating more mature and robust secured systems - those which are more resilient to cybersecurity incidents, hence significantly reducing the mitigation costs. This concept is often referred to as DevSecOps - the infinite software lifecycle design loop of Development, Security and Operations.
On-Demand Webcast – Adding Voice Control to Your Next Medical Device: What OEMs need to know about voice control for the medical market - PodcastJuly 13, 2022
Voice control is now common in consumer products and can offer unique advantages to medical devices – operating convenience, improved workplace hygiene over touchscreens or keyboards, and less distraction from important tasks. OEMs will want to learn about Digi ConnectCore® Voice Control, an easy-to-implement software solution for the Digi ConnectCore System-on-Module (SOM) family.
Whether you know it or not, advanced driver assistance systems appear in every vehicle. Some might be obvious to the driver, while some might only appear in an emergency.
In this webinar we provide an overview of Wi-SUN®, a self-healing standards-based Sub-1 GHz mesh solution, and TI’s certified software and hardware solutions that support Wi-SUN.
On-Demand Webcast: Embedded Tutorial – A How-to guide for defining, implementing, and deploying cloud-connected products - PodcastJune 03, 2022
The breadth and specifics involved in driving successful cloud-connected product and services initiatives can be overwhelming. All product development phases from hardware design to cloud engineering require an ecosystem of technology providers. Choosing the best fit solution in a complex supplier landscape is a critical task.
What if you could improve device security by using simple software and on-chip storage to create your very own root of trust (RoT)? Well, now you can.
On-Demand Webcast: Embedded Tutorial – Breaking barriers with new Sitara high-performance MCUs - PodcastApril 27, 2022
Sitara high-performance MCU’s are design to break performance barriers by combining high-speed compute cores, large amounts of RAM, and key peripherals to address emerging needs in the MCU space.
On-Demand Webcast – Embedded Tutorial – 101: A Beginners Guide to Successful Deployments using Windows IoT OS - PodcastApril 25, 2022
An operating system is at the heart of IoT solutions. Choosing the right operating system upfront not only saves time and money but also ensures device stability and reliable operation.
On-Demand Webcast: Embedded Tutorial – The Basics (and Solutions) of AI and Machine Learning - PodcastApril 11, 2022
Embedded machine learning can reduce costs and improve efficiency, but you must start at Square 1 to ensure proper operation.
Technology experts from Rambus and Intrinsic ID discuss how combining PUF technology with a hardware Root of Trust can provide robust security for data and devices.