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Using MATLAB and Simulink in the world of IoT

This webinar will show how you can use MATLAB and Simulink with an Internet of Things data collection platform. A car counter is implemented overlooking a busy highway using a Raspberry Pi 2 and a webcam. In this demonstration, Simulink is used to deploy the car-counting algorithm on the Raspberry Pi which is connected to the internet. The traffic can be analyzed offline with MATLAB or online using ThingSpeak (an IoT data collection platform) and its built-in MATLAB Analysis and MATLAB Visualizations apps.  

First Look at the Raspberry Pi A+, setup tutorial, testing and review.

Setting up a Raspberry Pi A+ is very easy. In this tutorial we see how to set it up, install the Raspbian distribution to it and measure its power consumption. In other words, we do a full review of it.   The Raspberry Pi A+ is an amazing device. It is a very powerful computer which costs under 30$!   The Raspberry Pi model A+ is very small in size. It has the same size as the Arduino Uno but don’t be fooled by its small size. This board is extremely powerful. It has the same computational power of a…

Raspberry Pi Camera Setup Tutorial for Beginners

In this Raspberry Pi Camera tutorial we are going to see how to setup and use the Camera module to take photos and videos!   When I first received my Raspberry Pi, about a month ago, the first thing I wanted to have was this camera module. I have a passion for photography and from the moment I saw this module I came up with many project ideas. It is an impressive little device, it has a resolution of 5Mp for still images and it can record FULL HD video at 30 FPS.  

Raspberry Pi Tutorial: A first look at Sense Hat add-on board for the Raspberry Pi

c It was developed for the Astro Pi mission and 2 of these boards are deployed to the International Space Station. Let’s start!   The Sense HAT is an add-on board for Raspberry Pi, made especially for the Astro Pi mission – it launched to the International Space Station in December 2015. Yes, two Raspberry Pies with 2 Sense Hats were actually sent to the International Space Station and performed experiments with code that was written by students! Amazing stuff!   The Sense HAT has an 8×8 RGB LED matrix, a five-button joystick and includes the following sensors: • Gyroscope…

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