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Arduino unveiled on Tuesday at CES 2020 in Las Vegas a new low-code Internet of Things application development platform. It also launched the Arduino Portenta H7 low-power board, a new family of Portenta chips for a variety of hardware applications.
Arduino has gained popularity as a go-to developer of a framework for connecting IoT devices to innovation. The open-source microcontroller framework simplifies the development of modular hardware to power smart and connected everyday objects.
The mix of a low-code application advancement platform with modular equipment permits clients to configuration, develop, gauge and explore various prototypes in a solitary day. This procedure permits businesses to dispense with costly counsels and protracted joining ventures.
Arduino’s offerings draw on Arduino’s tremendous work and its performance in producing microcontrollers and other devices, said Charles King, Pund-IT’s principal analyst.
Arduino chose a good time and venue for her announcement, he said, given the amount of buzz IoT created at CES.
“In early-stage markets, swift time to market can be critically important. By simplifying application and hardware product development, Arduino should provide tangible benefits to customers focused on IoT,” King told LinuxInsider.
By: Franches Nicole Lunzaga