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    Over-the-air (OTA) integration: Renesas RZ/G2L and Yocto 3.1 Dunfell | Mender

    Over-the-air (OTA) integration: Renesas RZ/G2L and Yocto 3.1 Dunfell

    Human machine interfaces (HMIs) and display systems in industrial and building automation, security panels, point of sale (POS) systems, door phones, and I
    Using QEMU virtualized environments to develop and deploy embedded software for x86 Linux | Mender

    Using QEMU virtualized environments to develop and deploy embedded software for x86 Linux

    Introduction Before shipping software for embedded devices, it is crucial to test it on real devices, in an environment as close to the actual operating en
    Migrate to Linux with Yocto and Flutter in Embedded Devices | Mender

    Migrate to Linux with Yocto and Flutter in Embedded Devices

    Written by Wolfhard Prell, developer at Inovex. Published in association with Mender and Inovex. This article will describe the migration from Android Thin
    Azure IoT and Raspberry Pi - How to Get Started | Mender

    Azure IoT and Raspberry Pi - How to Get Started

    Raspberry Pi-based compute modules are often used as edge devices to send signal and other sensor-derived data (temperature and humidity data) to the cloud
    Automate Device Updates with Device Twins in Azure IOT Hub | Mender

    Automate Device Updates with Device Twins in Azure IOT Hub

    Device twins are JSON documents that have device state information including metadata, configurations, and conditions. A device twin is created and managed
    Previewing the Beagle V | Mender

    Previewing the Beagle V

    Beagleboard.org has joined forces with Seeed and StarFive to launch the Beagle V . The Beagle V has the advantage of being a low cost board that allows dev
    Beaglebone working with Linux operating systems Debian, Yocto and OTA updates | Mender

    Beaglebone working with Linux operating systems Debian, Yocto and OTA updates

    In general, Beaglebone is more customizable so you will strip out what you don’t need. You will use the processing power to run your applications and not t
    Beaglebone and Raspberry Pi: a general comparison | Mender

    Beaglebone and Raspberry Pi: a general comparison

    Beaglebone has a key strength over Raspberry Pi and that is the larger number of input and output ports on the board. Beaglebone has 96 ports compared to 4
    Setting up Beaglebone for an Embedded Linux project | Mender

    Setting up Beaglebone for an Embedded Linux project

    There are many different board options for an IoT project. Perhaps for most users, Beaglebone < https://beagleboard.org/ > would not be the first choice. T
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