Time was running out. Electronic repair shop owner Andrew Jason had taken on more than he could chew.
For those who might be unfamiliar, the Raspberry Pi is an inexpensive single-board computer. There are many who might be confused as to why this product would be created in a world where we are trying to create expensive and more advanced technologies, but the answer is a simple and humanitarian one: the Raspberry Pi was created so that more children in developing and third-world countries can learn about computing technology. In fact, the original model became so popular that it ended up selling outside of its target market of education, and began being implemented in the robotics sector, as well.
Millions of units have been sold, making it the most successful British computer ever. There are now developers that are utilizing the product for home automation, and it is also being incorporated into businesses for industrial automation, as well.
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Ultimately, the Raspberry Pi has potential to change the world forever, as it is the reason why many young children are able to be introduced to technology and computer science at an early age, which could lead to the same children growing up and becoming adult programmers and coders. As of March 2018, almost 20 million have been sold worldwide, and that number is expected to grow, as the demand certainly doesn’t seem to be slowing anytime soon.
Hi. I am looking to send 8 pairs (16 in Total) of sensor data to MSSQL. This project is to measure the cycle time on an assembly line. Each pair consists of a 24 volt sensor and a 24 volt push button. The 24 volt sensor activation time is the start time and the push button press is the end time. Ideally I would like all 16 sensors to connect to 1 board whether its arduino or Raspberry Pi and send to MSSQL via ethernet. These 8 pairs of sensors span approximately 50 meters. (Will this cause transmission loss?) I have an MSSQL set up already but I am unable to get the data from arduino to MSSQL. I have attached a file.
I need a datalogger which will fetch data from HMI through RS232 and stored in raspberry pi and as per request, the data should be transferred to a USB pen drive or USB printer the data which will be transferred should be sorted by date or sr no wise
*****I ONLY WILL READ BIDS THAT START WITH THE WORD "VIRGO" AS ITS FIRST LINE***** We are looking to create a counting system using cameras with a Raspberry Pi. This should have the possibility to change the objects shapes to count and the dimensions using a setup screen. It will have one or more cameras to count at the same time. This interface will have a place to calibrate/adjust/setup the cameras. Also will have to work really fast as objects are falling passing in front of the cameras. Can count objects as small as a ball of a bearing and as large as a coin but need to have an interface to adjust the threshold as how big and how small you want the object. Also we want the system to have a setup page for different I/O for setup.
We made a project which works on Raspberry and Python Code for Biometric(Fingerpront) Canteen purpose. Right now we have encountered a problem with the built setup. Contact me i ll expain
We are looking for a Raspberry Pi Expert who can deal easily with Fingerprint Sensor R307 , RFID, 7 inches display who can restrict the user to use the biometrics as per requirement.
We are trying to release an MVP in the very near future and need the following... This project will be to setup a Raspberry Pi with Pub/Sub to AWS IOT Core using GreenGrass. The device will need to auto provision when connected. Artifacts are needed to accept data from devices on a local network and push the data to AWS lot Core. This data will either be pulled from devices that expose a local API (with a timer) or pushed to the Raspberry Pi device via a POST. Data will only need to be pushed to the device shadow when there is a change.
I want a 2 way or socket communication between rpi and pc application. I’m already communicating with pc through rpi by streaming live data. Now I want pc to send message to rpi while streaming.
We are trying to release an MVP in the very near future and need the following... This project will be to setup a Raspberry Pi with Pub/Sub to AWS IOT Core using GreenGrass. The device will need to auto provision when connected. Artifacts are needed to accept data from devices on a local network and push the data to AWS Iot Core. This data will either be pulled from devices that expose a local API (with a timer) or pushed to the Raspberry Pi device via a POST. Data will only need to be pushed to the device shadow when there is a change.
Deliverables: Searching literature for the collision avoidance systems with radars Interfacing the input/output hardware with the radar to perform collision avoidance Implementing the system on an automobile for the real-time collision avoidance system.
I want to build a prototype of a Reverse Vending Machine (RVM) that is an automatic collector of cans and PET bottles, so I found a project on github and I would like to run it. The machine works on Youtube and the Python codes on Github, it uses Tensor Flow. I need someone to analyze the video and code and give me the necessary wiring diagram of the components in Raspberry and help me with the Python code is apparently outdated. Basically it uses the Raspeberry Pi4, 3 DC motors + L298N drive board, a camera, 5kg Load Cell + HX711 and a 7" touch screen.