INNOCOMM NXP I.MX8M SYSTEM ON MODULE – AN ADVANCED VIDEO PROCESSING SOM WITH CONNECTIVITY

Last year (2017), NXP announced its new applications processors, the i.MX 8 series. The i.MX 8M family of applications processors based on Arm® Cortex®-A53 and Cortex-M4 cores provide industry-leading audio, voice and video processing for applications that scale from consumer home audio to industrial building automation and mobile computers. NXP announced a select group of partners that have been engaged in ...

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IR Remote Controlled Home Automation using PIC Microcontroller

R Remote Controlled Home Automation using PIC Microcontroller In this project, we are going to use a PIC microcontroller to remotely control few AC loads by just using an IR remote. A similar project IR remote controlled Home automation has already been done with Arduino also, but here we designed it on PCB using EasyEDA’s online PCB designer and simulator, and used their PCB designing services to order the ...

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Carmel, Monterey and Fremont are home for factory automation

Three reference designs from Maxim Integrated Products are aimed at design of factory automation systems. Called Carmel, Monterey, and Fremont, these industrial reference designs are fully tested subsystems, complete with schematics, layout files and firmware, and are available for immediate use and customisation. The Carmel (MAXREFDES18#) subsystem, with its high-accuracy, low-noise analogue output high vo ...

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DIY automation of your existing window blinds. Works with a Z-Wave controller.

You wake up in a dark room and have to use an artificial light before letting the sun in by opening the blinds in the bedroom. You come home from work to a hot house because the sun was warming it all day. Now, you have to adjust the thermostat to cool it down. You have to close the blinds before turning on your TV or computer. It drives you crazy on vacations away from home, wondering if you left any blind ...

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Open Automaton Project

The objective is to use readily available "off-the-shelf" low-cost consumer components where possible, and to design electronic subsystems where such components are either not readily available or are too expensive. In terms of affordability, the overall goal is to design a robot that can be made for around the price of a PC (US$1,500 to $2,000 is the target, but the actual cost of building a robot can vary ...

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Voice Activated Power Sockets (Home Automation)

Yet another voice controlled home automation system! As shown in the picture, the system can control any electrical appliance, by turning ON or OFF, that is connected into the electrical socket. The system does this using bespoke voice commands. The system uses a micro-controller board (PIC or Arduino) and a PC/Laptop with the Microsoft Windows Operating System. Motivation I always wanted to make a system t ...

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Home Automation and Security System using Microcontroller ATMEGA8 with Arduino Programming

Home automation and security systems have become very popular these days, today industrial automation techniques are widely adopted by luxurious homes and apartments. Here I’m going to give a worthy home automation security and monitoring project for engineering students. On the whole this microcontroller based home automation system with security performs the following series of processes, making it the be ...

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Android App Home Automation via Bluetooth Using PIC16F628A Microcontroller

We have been posting several latest and advanced PIC microcontroller based projects and here is another wonderful wireless home automation project for Engineering/ Diploma students, Android Bluetooth Home Appliances Control System. Android phones are very popular today due to their limitless possibilities, have you thought about controlling your home appliance from your android phone via Bluetooth? This ele ...

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