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Tiny, 4K signage player runs on Cortex-A17 SoC

Sep 6, 2018 — views: 662

Advantech’s compact, “USM-110” digital signage player runs Android 6.0 on a quad-core, Cortex-A17 SoC, and offers 4K support, up to 2x locking HDMI ports, M.2 and mini-PCIe, and multiple mounting options.

Linux-driven Wi-Fi RTT access point can find Android 9 phones within 1-2 meters

Sep 4, 2018 — views: 1120

Compulab has launched a Fitlet 2-based “WILD” Wi-Fi RTT access point for real-time indoor location of Android 9 “Pie” phones with 1-2 meter accuracy. WILD devices can find each other at half-meter accuracy.

Stereo vision camera pumps up images with Jetson TX2

Sep 4, 2018 — views: 682

E-con’s “TaraXL” stereo vision camera works with Nvidia’s Linux-driven Jetson TX2 module and other Tegra based systems to stream 3D depth maps with 752 x 480 resolution at up to 50fps over USB 3.0.

Motion control system targets visual inspections

Sep 4, 2018 — views: 463

Ibase announced a rugged “MAI602-M4D80” motion control computer with 6th or 7th Gen Core CPUs and a PCIe card with 4-axis motion control and a camera. You also get 80-channel DIO and mini-PCIe expansion.

Here’s who won the 15 boards in our annual hacker board survey

Aug 31, 2018 — views: 1485

The 15 winners randomly picked from the 683 participants in our annual Hacker Board Survey have now been confirmed. They’re located in 6 countries.

Linux hacker board features new Allwinner SoC with analytics accelerator

Aug 31, 2018 — views: 1138

The open-spec, camera-oriented “Lindenis V5” SBC runs Linux on a new quad -A7 Allwinner V5 V100 with a visual analytics accelerator, and offers dual MIPI-CSI, GbE, and a 40-pin expansion header.

Arm and Facebook join Yocto Project

Aug 30, 2018 — views: 947

Arm and Facebook have joined Intel and TI as Platinum members of the Yocto Project for embedded Linux development. Meanwhile, the Linux Foundation announced 47 new Silver members.

Rugged, in-vehicle touch-panel PCs support camera and wireless expansion

Aug 29, 2018 — views: 542

Nexcom’s 12.1-inch VMC 4020 and 10.4-inch VMC 3021 in-vehicle touch-panel PCs run on an Apollo Lake SoC and provide extensive ruggedization features including IP65 protection. You also get 4x mini-PCIe, 3x camera, 2x CAN, 9-60V power, and optional UPS and PoE.

Compact, Arm-based mini-PC is toughened up for IIoT

Aug 29, 2018 — views: 1251

DFI’s Pico-ITX-based, DIN-rail mountable “EC900-FS6” mini-PC runs Linux or Android on an i.MX6 DualLite, and offers 2x GbE, 2x USB, 2x serial, mini-PCIe, and extensive ruggedization features.

Rugged telematics fleet computer ready to be dinked and dunked

Aug 28, 2018 — views: 405

Nexcom’s compact, IP67 protected “VTC 1911-IPK Telematics IoT Gateway” runs on a Bay Trail Atom and offers CAN 2.0B, dual mini-PCIe and SIM slots, GPS, 2x GbE, SATA, and more. It’s resistant to shock, vibration, humidity, and -40 to 70°C temperatures.

Stackable DAQ HAT for Raspberry Pi boasts 100 kS/s sample rates

Aug 27, 2018 — views: 1372

MCC has launched a stackable “MCC 118” voltage measurement DAQ HAT for the Raspberry Pi with eight ±10 V inputs and sample rates up to 100 kS/s.

First Ryzen V1000 based signage player has four HDMI 2.0 ports

Aug 27, 2018 — views: 1405

[Updated: Aug. 28] —Ibase launched an “SI-324” signage PC that runs Ubuntu or Windows on a Ryzen Embedded V1000 SoC with up to 32GB DDR4, 4x HDMI 2.0, 2x GbE, 2x USB 3.0, mini-PC and M.2 expansion, and remote EDID management.

Raspberry Pi’s PoE HAT ships for $20, tosses in a free fan

Aug 25, 2018 — views: 12656

Raspberry Pi Trading has launched a $20 Power-over-Ethernet HAT board for the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ that delivers up to 15W and ships with a small fan.

RK3399 based Raspberry Pi clone starts at $75

Aug 24, 2018 — views: 3884

FriendlyElec has launched the smallest, most affordable Rockchip RK3399 based SBC yet. The NanoPi M4 has an RPi 3 form factor and 40-pin header plus dual MIPI-CSI, a USB Type-C, and a 24-pin header with 2x PCIe.