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For Linux developers who build low-level kernel and driver solutions, the open-source development model plays a key role in helping to drive innovation forward. This model allows you to take advantage of the features and ongoing updates contributed by the Linux development community, as well as make your own contributions.
We have conversations all the time with people trying to understand the business value of combining cloud computing and edge computing. And when we show them an application like the AWS IoT manufacturing demo that Thundercomm recently presented at Embedded World, we see the light bulb go on over their head. It’s the kind of aha-moment we like to promote.
Augmented reality (AR) has evolved to the point where we think lightweight headworn AR glasses are poised to become the next evolution of the smartphone. This lets users view their surroundings overlaid with a rich digital view – all without having to look down at their smartphones.
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