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OTII BY QOITECH HELPS DEVELOPERS ACHIEVE LONG BATTERY LIFE OF THEIR PRODUCTS

Low energy consumption is one of the major triggers of scalable product launch and maintenance. When your product is power-hungry, you are bound to receive negative reviews from your customers or get your app deleted altogether. So every developer wants to achieve long battery life of their products; developers are increasingly looking for ways to …

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Arduino Sketch Remote User Interface

This sketch demonstrates Internet-based remote communication using a companion ‘bridge’ program running on the attached host which sends and receives messages via an online MQTT server. This allows connecting one Arduino to another over arbitrary distances, which we can use as a starting point for building collaborative telepresence. This example is configured to provide for …

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This MKR WiFi 1010-based weather station sends readings to the Arduino Cloud

Constructing your very own IoT weather monitoring station can be a complicated ordeal, as getting values from the embedded device to some kind of web server in a secure manner takes a lot of effort and time to complete. For his system, Clem Mayer from element14 Presents was able to use a MKR WiFi 1010 that sends relevant …

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3D-PRINTED FAN MOUNT KEEPS SERVER GPU COOL IN DESKTOP CASE

Most readers of Hackaday will be well aware of the current shortages of semiconductors and especially GPUs. Whether you’re planning to build a state-of-the art gaming PC, a mining rig to convert your kilowatt-hours into cryptocoins, or are simply experimenting with machine-learning AI, you should be prepared to shell out quite a bit more money …

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RECOGNISING BIRD SOUNDS WITH A MICROCONTROLLER

Machine learning is an incredible tool for conservation research, especially for scenarios like long term observation, and sifting through massive amounts of data. While the average Hackaday reader might not be able to take part in data gathering in an isolated wilderness somewhere, we are all surrounded by bird life. Using an Arduino Nano 33 …

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