Programming 

Impressions from the first Zerynth Continuous Learning Webinar – UX Design for IoT Projects

We had our first Zerynth Continuous Learning webinar last week. If you’ve watched the webinar you got to learn about UX design for IoT projects straight from the experts. For this first webinar, Daniele Mazzei, our Co-founder, and Chief Innovation Officer talked about User Experience design in the context of IoT. Daniele is an Assistant Professor at the Computer Science department of the University of Pisa where he teaches Human Machine Interface and Social Robotics. And if you haven’t, here’s a little snippet, to show you how it went: For…

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Knowledge and engineering ingenuity, not hype — Zerynth in 2020s

In an iconic scene from Superman III, a drunk Man of Steel appears in the skies above Pisa — where the Zerynth HQ is — and pushes the leaning tower until its straight. Seeing this, a local souvenir shop owner goes berserk. His entire stock of tower models has just gone obsolete. He slams them into the pavement and the tiny towers shatter into bits. When I reflect on the past decade, I identify with the poor shop owner. Unusual market trends — some as random and illogical as the…

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MatLab 

Connecting to the Cloud with Zerynth and XinaBox – Part 3

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. All you need is Zerynth Studio and some XinaBox xChips. If you want to see the first two parts, click here. They will teach you how to how to connect XinaBox xChips to the OKdo Cloud with Zerynth Studio, and how to upload and…

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java 

Zerynth tools allow you to think outside the box – DesignSpark and Cypress team talk about Zerynth and Python programming

There were some great things to be seen at this year’s Engineering Design Show, but what we’re most happy to see is what our partners have to say about us. The DesignSpark and Cypress Semiconductors teams met up and had a chance to discuss Zerynth tools and Python programming. As always, when talking about Python, one of the topics was its popularity and ease of use. After all, it’s certainly no coincidence that Python is the most popular programming language in the world. “I think it’s given people an indication…

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Programming 

DesingSparks’s IoT seminar presents Zerynth Studio – user-friendly platform for Python developers

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.  In an hour-long seminar, the DesignSpark team shared three tools that can help students and developers during the prototyping phase of the project:  DesignSpark PCB, DesignSpark Mechanical and Zerynth. Since Zerynth Studio is already available for download straight from DesignSpark, all three software tools can be found in the same place. Weather station with XinaBox and Zerynth Later on, they had a demonstration for the students…

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Programming 

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, while the evening event covered the implementation of Industry 4.0 strategies and technologies with the Zerynth tools. As you can see, we handled some pretty popular topics and questions. But since we’re experts in the field of IoT and Industry 4.0, we thought it would be useful for developers and professionals to hear what we have learned so far, and what they can…

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MatLab 

Using GNSS of Sony Spresense in simple Python with Zerynth

Sony’s Spresense board sports many powerful features; one of them is GNSS connectivity, which provides precise satellite-fed data on the current position on the board, along with other useful information (for example, the current time). Zerynth offers an example that can get you started with Spresense’s GNSS functionality in seconds in a few lines of Python code. If you haven’t done that already, make sure to connect, register and virtualize your board with Zerynth Studio. You can find more info on how to get started with Sony Spresense and Zerynth…

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MatLab 

Zerynth r2.3.1 is available with support for: Sony Spresense, Vishay Proximity Sensor, Fortebit Polaris dedicated module, Python Conditional Compilation

We’re happy to let you know that Zerynth version r2.3.1 is out with new devices, libraries, and improvements. First of all, we’ve added support for Sony’s powerful Spresense board (CXD5602 microcontroller). Spresense is a compact development board based on Sony’s power-efficient multicore microcontroller CXD5602. It allows developers to create applications in a very short time and is supported by Zerynth with the new NuttX based Virtual Machine. We have also prepared two tutorials with the newly added Spresense board, to help you along: Getting Started with Zerynth and Sony’s Spresense Using…

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Programming 

SPRINT 4.0 Industrial IoT workshop at BIBA University with Zerynth and TOI

Since it’s the last day of the SPRINT 4.0 course in Bremen, at the BIBA University, we wanted to share some of the experiences with you.  The TOI team has been there from Monday, September 2nd, teaching the participants how to build Industrial IoT applications. As the main tool, they used real-life use cases with their 4ZeroPlatform – a Zerynth powered industrial toolset. More precisely, the 4ZeroPlatform a plug-and-play data gathering, processing, and reporting solution that provides visibility and optimization of Industrial Processes. Its official programming framework is Zerynth.  A…

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MatLab 

Zerynth r2.3.2 is now available with support for ST Microelectronics Nucleo F746ZG board and two new libraries

We’re glad to announce that Zerynth version r2.3.2 is out with support for the new ST Microelectronics Nucleo F746ZG board and two new libraries. ST Microelectronics Nucleo F746ZG board The ST Microelectronics Nucleo F746ZG boards provide an affordable and flexible way for users to try out new concepts and build prototypes by choosing from the various combinations of performance and power consumption features, provided by the STM32 microcontroller. This device features 1 MB flash and 320 KB RAM and thanks to Zerynth now you can program in Python the Cortex®-M7…

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