Atmel > Embedded World 2015: Controllino is an Open-Source PLC
Date: 2015-03-10 13:52
Controllino is an open-source programmable logic controller (PLC) built around Atmel’s ATmega328 and ATmega2560 microcontrollers
(MCUs). Recently on display at the Atmel Embedded World booth, the Arduino-compatible PLC allows Makers and designers to produce and
control their next Internet of Things project, ranging from industrial to home automation applications.
Atmel: IoT Secure Hello World Introduction by Atmel - 2015-03-11 10:00 - 10,915 views
As an application space, IoT sensor nodes are enabled by a number of fundamental technologies, namely a low-power MCU, some form of
wireless communication and strong security. With this in mind, the Atmel IoT Secure Hello World series will offer attendees hands-on training
seminars, introducing them to some of the core technologies making the Internet of Things possible, including Wi-Fi and CryptoAuthentication.
These training sessions will showcase Atmel’s Wi-Fi capability and CryptoAuthentication hardware key storage in the context of the simplest
possible use-case in order to focus attention on the practical aspects of combining the associated supporting devices and software. This
includes learning how to send temperature information to any mobile device via a wireless network and how to enable the remote control of
LEDs on a SAM D21 Xplained Pro board over a Wi-Fi network using a WINC1500. In addition, attendees will explore authentication of IoT
nodes, as well as how to implement a secure communications link.
Interested? Then, you’ll want to watch this “Big Bang Theory”-inspired IoT lamp demo here: http://youtu...
Electronic Engineers are here for Good! by Element14 - 2015-03-11 09:57 - 10,466 views
Over the past two decades, electronic engineers have pioneered huge advancements in technology, improving our lives in ways most of us
would have never dreamed possible.
They’ve changed the way we communicate.
They’ve kept us safe in our homes.
And on the road.
They’ve helped us to care for the sick.
And the elderly.
They’ve enabled us to lose ourselves.
And to find what’s important.
They’ve assisted in breaking down barriers.
And helped to rebuild lives.
We can’t say what the next 20 years will bring. But we can say that Electronic Engineering is here for good.
NXP at MWC 2015 - The car of the future by NXP - 2015-03-11 09:57 - 10,362 views
Lars Reger of NXP demonstrates the future of mobility with the Rinspeed concept car at the NXP booth at Mobile World Congress 2015.