Arduino boards, and the Arduino IDE is wonderful for creating small snippets of code that can activate an LED, read a sensor, activate a servo, or any number of unique physical computing applications. Such actions generally start out simple–e.g. blinking an LED on a timer–but can eventually become quite complicated as programs expand and the programmer’s skills increase.
Arduino PRO announces the launch of the Arduino Edge Control, a smart remote solution for monitoring and control, designed to deploy AI on the edge.
Created in collaboration with Seeed Studio, the Arduino Sensor Kit is for developers who are looking to expand their skills in electronics and programming. However, the kit can be used by both beginners and more experienced developers.
Within the LoRa-E5 mini board and the Arduino UNO shaped LoRa-E5, Seeed Studio included the LoRa-E5 STM32WL module.
One might say that Arduino boards have been critical to today’s freedom of electronic experimentation, allowing normal people to make all manner of custom devices.
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The kit integrates the 10 Grove sensors and actuators all on one board. Users can plug, sketch, and play without any additional wiring required or learning how to solder.