General | 1 min | 91awardmachine learningmessestartup
We were selected to be part of the Digital FUTUREcongress 2020 in Frankfurt and we are nominated for the start-up award!
And this is where you come in: I need you to vote for us under this link: Start-Up Award on 18.02.2020 DIGITAL Future Congress.
- Go to this link,
- Search for Finealyze GmbH,
- Click on the select box,
- Click on vote! :)
You can select up to 3 start-ups!
To win this competition means a lot to us! To me pe...
This tutorial helps you update a BRIO locomotive using an ESP32 that runs MicroPython. As a result, you can control the speed of the BRIO using a cell phone or a laptop (basically, everything that has a browser).
If you don't know what a BRIO locomotive is, check out the following picture:
Fig. 1: BRIO World 33594
In this tutorial, I will try to accomplish the following points:
- Hardware modifications on a ESP32 board;
- MicroPython installation;
- Controlling the locomot...
MicroPython | 11 min | 3491aiotkerasmachine learningmaix dockmicropythonobject detectiontensorflow liteyolov2
Therefore, this tutorial will try to accomplish the following points:
- A quick introduction to YOLO(v2)
- A quick introduction to MAix KPU
- Training, evaluation, and testing of the object detector model (on Jupyter-Notebooks running on Docker)
- Flashing the trained model on the MAi...
LoRa | 1 min | 198draginogatewayiotloralorawanthe things network
This is a short article to share with you that I've just registered a LoRaWAN gateway and right now I have one of the 10106 online gateways connected (see Fig. 1) to "The Things Network"!
Fig 1: LoRaWAN gateways in Hanover
I will be making some tests in the coming weeks, and I am planning to redesign the code in lemariva/uPyLoRa to connect to ...
General | 1 min | 739coral usb acceleratordiy projectsesp32happy new yearmicropythonorange piraspberry pi
The following video summarizes the project highlights of 2019! Most of them are implemented using MicroPython on ESP32 and Python on Raspberry/Orange Pi.
The flying video was recorded with a Nexus 5X mounted on the Zhiyun Smooth 4. In the video-edition process, software stabilization was only used on the vertical axis. The Zhiyun Smooth 4 smoothed the horiz...esp32esp32 projectsm5stackm5stack firemicropythonmicropython extensionsws2812bws2812b leds
Holiday season has begun and Christmas and the New Year 2020 are approaching! This means, time to reflect and to clean up code and, therefore, I am updating some of the GitHub's projects to summarize the year. I started with the Christmas lights project! But, this time, I took the M5Stack Fire and a new LED panel (WS2812b - 16x16 pixel) and with the XMasLight project, these are the results (Fig. 1 & 2):
Fig. 1: M5Stack and a new WS2812b Panel (16x16 pixel).
Hardw...cc2531dockerhome assistanthome automationmqttphilips huezigbee
This article extends the tutorial about Hass.io and the Xiaomi Aqara Sensors that I've published months ago. That tutorial is part of the series of articles about Zigbee and the Rasbperry Pi using the CC2531 USB dongle. Here are the links:analyticsdockerdocker enginedocker enviromentsdocker managementgoogle cloud platformportainerraspberry pi
This tutorial is about managing a Docker Engine remotely using Portainer connected to the protected Docker daemon socket (
TCP port 2376). By default, you can manage Docker locally through a non-networked UNIX socket (option
-v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sockwhile running Portainer). But, if you want the Docker Engine to be reachable through the network in a safe manner, you need to enable TLS by specifying the
--tlsverifyflag and pointing Docker’s
--tlscacertflag to a CA certificate. Then, the daemon only accepts connections from clients that are authenticated by a certificate si...credentialsdocker enviromentsdocker hubdocker registryembedded systemsencryptiongoraspberry pi
Usually, I login to different Docker registries (local, Docker Hub, etc.) with a computer running Ubuntu. I execute once
docker login, then I enter the username and password, and after restarting the system, the access data is still available. That means, I write the credentials only once. But, on the Raspberry Pi, it was different until today: I needed to write the login credentials every time I booted the board.
This article helps you to install the needed tools to save Docker login credentials on the Raspberry Pi, but not as plain text, so that the next time that you reboot the Raspberry t...Subscribe to our mailing list: