Laurent Alaguero of Auxens shows their latest version of OXI the Desktop productivity user interface for Android phone's external displays, such as here demonstrating running on the BQ Aquaris X2 Pro which has Displayport USB Type-C support. Here demonstrating OXI running with the Lapdock launched on crowdfunding on Indiegogo starting at $100. OXI can bring in and run Windows 10 apps in resizable Windows inside of this Android user interface, no need to boot all the way into a Windows 10 remote desktop just pulling in the needed Windows apps over the Internet, using virtualization, streaming, with servers that can nearby and served through Enterprise's existing Windows server infrastructure. The Windows 10 apps can feel like they are running locally on Android with minimal lag. Auxens is now reaching out to Smartphone manufacturers to try to pre-install OXI on shipping phones with Displayport USB Type-C support. Hopefully they can integrate by getting some API access with http://shadow.tech cloud PC service and hopefully OXI comes with the Cosmo Communicator that is being developed and which I filmed here
Colorii CH1 is the world's smallest USB Type C to 4K 30Hz HDMI adapter, it works with phone or laptop. Colorii also shows USB 3.0 to VGA adapter, USB 3.0 to HDMI/VGA dual display adapter, USB 3.0 to HDMI/DVI adapter and more at Colorii's CES 2019 booth. Colorii also shows the Lapdock project which is now as a working sample crowdfunding starting at $100 at http://igg.me/at/lapdock
Pixhawk 4 is an advanced autopilot designed and made in collaboration with Holybro and the PX4 team. It is optimized to run PX4 version 1.7, suitable for academic and commercial developers.
Main FMU Processor: STM32F76532 Bit Arm Cortex-M7, 216MHz, 2MB memory, 512KB RAMIO Processor: STM32F10032 Bit Arm Cortex-M3, 24MHz, 8KB SRAM.Magnetometer: IST8310.GPS: ublox Neo-M8N GPS/GLONASS receiver; integrated magnetometer. https://www.getfpv.com/pixhawk-4-autopilot.html Pixhack v5 is an advanced autopilot designed and made by CUAV®. The board is based on the Pixhawk-project FMUv5 open hardware design. It runs PX4 on the NuttX OS, and is fully compatible with PX4 firmware. It is intended primarily for academic and commercial developers. Main FMU Processor: STM32F76532 Bit Arm® Cortex®-M7, 216MHz, 2MB memory, 512KB RAM .IO Processor: STM32F100.32 Bit Arm® Cortex-M3, 24MHz, 8KB SRAM.Magnetometer: IST8310.Barometer: MS5611.Interfaces:8-14 PWM outputs (6 from IO, 8 from FMU) Aliexpress (text by flatslap5657 of Fiverr)
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At the Linaro Connect, Sahaj Sarup, Applications Engineer at 96Boards, based on the IoT Edition Carbon Development Board powered by the STMicroelectronics STM32F401RE ARM Cortex-M4 running Zephyr. There are 6 ultrasonic sensors preventing it from bumping into things, 4 IR sensors preventing it from falling down, there are LED's also representing the distance to the objects on each side of the self-driving rover.
STMicroelectronics has on display their ARM Cortex-M7. The H7 is the successor to the F7. The H7 uses 40nm process node over 90nm for the F7, allowing for a higher 400MHz clock speed (compared to 200MHz). The demo setup is running a fractal program and has UARC, Ethernet and several display outputs. The faster speeds allows for graphics processing that earlier needed Cortex-A cores, with audio applications possible as well.