Sunchip shows the latest 4K 360degree Camera on CES2016, powered by Allwinner V3, ARM Cortex-A7, support up to 3840*2160@15fps video recording at H.264 MP4 format, support micro SD card up to 64GB, with 802.11b/n/g WiFi inside support operate the camera via iPhone or Android Phone, share the content on Social network through the app. Mass production will be ready around end of April 2016.
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Holst Centre at Printed Electronics USA, shows wearable technology applications of their products and prototypes. Holst Centre is an independent R&D center that develops technologies for wireless autonomous sensor technologies and flexible electronics. The Holst Centre’s business model is to partner with industry and academia based around roadmaps and programs. For more information see http://www.holstcentre.com and http://www.IDTechEx.com
uBirds displays their vision of the smartwatch, successfully funded on Kickstarter, they conceal the electronics inside the watch strap itself, allowing the user to use whatever watch they prefer as long as they buy the uBirds Smart strap. Based in Warsaw, Poland, uBirds’ concept belt is displayed to be very flexible without breaking, with thickness claimed to go down in the production version. Using an STM32L1 series ARM Cortex-M3 MCU, the uBirds strap also features NFC and input based on taps to the strap to control phone behavior. You can wirelessly charge it, it has a 3 day battery life.
PillBox aims to remind users to take their pills and to alert users families and friends to remind them also. Featuring slots for a day of the week or specific types of tablets or for night and day, this nifty-looking piece of hardware is also very power efficient: it uses a standard CR2032 battery and then lasts for a year and four months on regular usage. They display the mechanism for the slots, controlled by magnets. The PillBox connects to smartphones via Bluetooth 4.0 and has its own app, that can even alert family members if another forgets to take a pill or opens the slot for the wrong time/day/pill category.
Straight out of Tel Aviv, Israel, Fringefy is a startup backed by two professors and a venture company that aims to make devices capable of recognising any storefront in a city using a phone’s camera. Implementing machine learning and image recognition, the demo app showcases the simplicity of the entire design – one just points the camera to a place and it is recognised irrespective of people moving around it, traffic, and time of day. Fringefy is mature enough to be immediately implemented.
Linaro is a large engineering organization with many complex projects that map across various teams and groups, but there are a number of high-level projects that stand out and attract the most attention. These projects are highlighted in this section: ARMv8, Digital Home, Mobile & Android, Networking, Server, and Test & Validation. Each of these sections are linked at http://www.linaro.org/projects/
This Coursera Specialization covers the development of Internet of Things (IoT) products and services—including devices for sensing, actuation, processing, and communication—to help you develop skills and experiences you can employ in designing novel systems. The Specialization has theory and lab sections. In the lab sections you will learn hands-on IoT concepts such as sensing, actuation and communication. In the final Capstone Project, developed in partnership with Qualcomm, you’ll apply the skills you learned on a project of your choice using the DragonBoard 410c platform.
At Linaro Connect, talking with Professor Marcello Zuffo about how the Sao Paulo University in Brazil could work together with Linaro to advance the state of open source Linux on ARM.
The Linaro Digital Home Group (LHG) has achieved a milestone in the delivery of an open source reference solution for the consumption of premium content on ARM powered devices.
The media solution ulitizes several open source components coupled with a commercial DRM that executes in a Trusted Execution Environment (TEE). The TEE used is the Open Portable TEE (OPTEE) from Linaro, running on ARM TrustZone.
The solution integrates the following key components:
- W3C EME Working Draft (31 March 2015)
- Microsoft PlayReady DRM Porting Kit v3.0
- Chromium v43
The solution is powered by a STMicroelectronics STiH410 ARM Cortex-A9 processor.
The team at Linaro with focus on 96boards are working to make it upstream friendly, better Quality Assurance, Validation, making the software more stable.