Arduino microcontroller development boards are one of the most popular solutions among DIY developers, students, and hobbyists/maker pros who are dabbling in and/or seriously pursuing electronics and programming projects like prototyping, IoT, embedded systems, DIY electronics, and simple learning and education pursuits.
London, England. Foundries.io has utilized its security technology and teamed up with Arduino to release the Arduino Portenta X8, the first system-on-module (SoM) to adhere to the constraints of the European Union’s Cyber Resilience Act (CRA). Leveraging the Portenta X8 SOM, designers have the ability to manage device authentication, secure storage, provisioning, a SBOM, and OTA updating, in one cloud platform.
There are few products more popular in the embedded space than the Arduino development board. What makes that statement even more interesting has to do with the number of dev boards that have become available over the last few years.
The newest addition to the Portenta family is powerful, cost-effective, and ready to connect.
Arduino boards, and the Arduino IDE is wonderful for creating small snippets of code that can activate an LED, read a sensor, activate a servo, or any number of unique physical computing applications. Such actions generally start out simple–e.g. blinking an LED on a timer–but can eventually become quite complicated as programs expand and the programmer’s skills increase.
Arduino PRO announces the launch of the Arduino Edge Control, a smart remote solution for monitoring and control, designed to deploy AI on the edge.