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2G/3G Sunsetting is now in Full Swing – Are you Prepared?

We're providing this update in case you missed our earlier blog post, or maybe just need a quick refresher. Two years ago, we posted Exploring 2G/3G Sunsetting and how Developers can Prepare for it,...
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Five IoT Home Projects You Can Build

Whether you’re a professional or hobbyist developer, you likely have some side-projects to help you discover new technology, learn how it works, or build solutions to hopefully make life easier. With...
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Building Smarter Edge Computing Solutions with Smart Sensors

Edge devices are playing a key role in IIoT, Industry 4.0, and Edge computing in general. Edge devices use sensors to measure and generate data about physical phenomena such as temperature, humidity...
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New projects for video capture/playback and AI on QCS610

Start and stop video recording through an Azure IoT hub. Send the status of your camera recordings to the AWS IoT console. Use GStreamer plug-ins to record [email protected], [email protected] and 1080p video...
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Step up your IoT Solution by an Octave

In our Implementing End-to-End IoT with Octave blog, we introduced Octave, an end-to-end framework by Sierra Wireless for building IoT solutions. In Octave’s architecture, assets are connected to...
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Implementing End-to-End IoT with Octave

The Internet of Things (IoT) opportunity continues to see rapid growth, with some estimates projecting that the global IoT market will be worth $1 trillion dollars by 2027. With numbers like that...
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Deploying robotics applications — Using image segmentation to drive the Turtlebot3 Burger

Image segmentation is a process of subdividing an image into constituent parts or objects for detailed analysis. The resulting high-level information is useful in computer vision applications, like...
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Thread 3: Getting Started

This blog is Part 3 in our series about the Thread mesh protocol. In our first blog: Thread: A Low-Power Mesh Network Protocol for IoT we explained how the Thread protocol works and examined the role...
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Deploying robotics applications — Using a Docker container for cross-compilation

How are you trying to innovate with the Qualcomm® Robotics RB3 Development Kit? Create a fleet of robots? Deploy applications to multiple robots in the fleet? Keep track of application versions? The...
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Deploying robotics applications — Introduction to ROS

“Robot” is a Czech word meaning “assistant” or “worker.” For nearly 100 years, people have been perfecting robots for applications as diverse as industrial assembly, food preparation, household...
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