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The world is getting much smarter thanks to IoT technologies. Today, the ubiquitous IoT is utilised for a variety of activities, including home automation, manufacturing, agriculture, and healthcare.
Additionally, as IoT primarily entails connecting objects to the internet, there is plenty of room to implement exciting IoT experiments or home improvement projects.
IoT boards, sometimes referred to as development or prototyping boards, are essentially hardware platforms that are frequently used to create working prototypes of product concepts.
There are many options available, including microcontroller-based boards, Single-Board Computers (SBC), and even cellular-enabled Internet of Things (IoT) boards.
The Global IOT Board Computer Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030 registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A 3.5-inch single-board computer has been released by Kontron in Germany for the creation of small IoT edge devices with strong computational and graphics capability and low power consumption.
The 3.5′′-SBC-EKL is designed for real-time safety-critical remote computing applications in smart cities, retail, and healthcare, as well as industrial automation.
With up to 32 GPUs, the processors score with approximately quadruple the graphics performance of the preceding generation. Tasks involving AI and image processing in particular can be enhanced because of the higher GPU performance.
The Celeron N6000, Pentium J6000, and Intel Atom x6000E Series processors are supported by the board.
With a quad-core Arm Cortex A53 processor, a range of MCUs, and the ability to run Linux, Arduino introduced the Pro Portenta X8, the most powerful Arduino board to date.
This is a significant step for Arduino, which describes itself as an open-source hardware and software company that creates systems on modules and has historically been well-liked in the maker and hobbyist space. The goal of this project is to combine small amounts of computing power to power lights, servos, and sensors.
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