One of the first challenges in designing a Linux BSP and associated software is just how to compile the thing in the first place.
ByteSnap Joins International Innovators At Global IoT Conference ByteSnap Among International Innovators at Global IoT Conference ByteSnap will be demonstrating its flagship graphic user interface development framework, SnapUI, at an international IoT showcase in the US. Directors Dunstan Power and Graeme Wintle are exhibiting at the Digi International 2019 Global IoT Conference at Minneapolis, Minnesota on June 5th-6th. SnapUI allows graphic designers to edit an application’s UI independently from the core of the application itself - helping to reduce development time and improve project efficiency. “We’ll be displaying the latest of our graphical user interface framework on the DIGI application processors across the range, from the 6UL, through the CC6 to the new ConectCore 8X Modules” says our Director Graeme Wintle. “We are [...]
When picking out parts for your custom electronics design, it can pay to check up-front for Linux driver support. Writing new drivers for unsupported hardware is time-consuming, introduces risk, and adds complexity to a project.
As electronics product designers we know that the compliance process in electronics product development can appear intricate and precarious, if rules or regulations are misinterpreted.
The cellular IoT market is in a significant state of flux in terms of standards, and as we have seen in the past, betting wholesale on one or the other is a risk. Here we start to explore the Cellular IoT sector.
While working on Apple HomeKit projects, we have found that some challenges crop up again and again. This guide helps new Homekit developers climb the ladder to smart home success.
A series of market, regulatory and technical changes mean that demand is slowing, and as those factors continue to snowball, we will soon see the ultimate demise of PHEVs.
VIGIL, an innovate UK funded consortium has rolled out a new control platform for Vehicle-to-Grid/Building (V2G/V2B) systems and distribution networks.
See ByteSnap's Demo at Embedded World 2019 SnapUI at Embedded World 2019 ByteSnap is back at the world's largest embedded electronics trade show this month - with a demonstration of our highly flexible UI framework. Our interactive cooker control demo will be running SnapUI Linux on NXP's much-anticipated i.MX7ULP processor at Embedded World 2019 in Nuremberg, Germany. SnapUI is ByteSnap's high-efficiency graphic framework which allows you to create high performance user interfaces for low power devices. ByteSnap Director Graeme Wintle says “We are very excited showing SnapUI working on the 7ULP, it demonstrates the efficiency and versatility of the framework on such a low power device.” The demonstration uses the SnapUI framework to render using the OpenGL accelerated GPU of the i.MX7 [...]
Windows Embedded Compact Migration and End-of-Life Support New Series: Windows Embedded Compact Migration: What You Need to Know - Part 1 With end of life dates for Windows CE and Mobile OS, our new series Windows Embedded Compact Migration: What You Need to Know explores the key considerations when planning for the lack of support for Microsoft Embedded devices. Part 1: Windows Embedded Compact Migration and End-of-Life Windows Embedded Compact 6.0 has been available since 2006 and Windows Embedded Compact 7.0 dates back to 2011. For device manufacturers and software developers, there are several important dates in the platforms’ product lifecycles, especially when ‘mainstream’ and ‘extended' support ends. Mainstream support is available during system development when problems occur that may require Microsoft assistance. [...]