November 2021 Smart Energy News

By Pilgrim - November 19, 2021

DevicePilot News

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  • Cambridge University is researching where the data from IoT devices ends-up with the "Internet of Stings"
  • The Things Industries released Generic Node, reference hardware and software to deploy a sensor/tracker node on LoRAWAN, just by choosing options. Several popular RTOSs are supported, including FreeRTOS (AWS) and AzureRTOS.
  • ARM announces "Total Solutions for IoT" to provide hardware and software co-development, assisted by the ability to emulation cores and chips in software before they are built - so an entire system can be simulated in the cloud well ahead of hardware availability. This is nothing new per se, but previously required fairly heroic levels of geekery with a hard distinction between hardware (simulated or not) and software. Making hardware look like software, within a modern CI/CD toolchain, has to be the holy grail and this looks like a good step towards that.

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