Category Archives: MEMS

PEPITE – Idee per l’impresa che verrà (in Italian language)

Come da titolo, un sito ricco di idee per l’impresa che verrà.

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Asset Tracking a Complete Solution from ST

In global manufacturing and commerce, raw materials, components and final goods travel long distances before arriving at the final destination. More than often, the value – direct or indirect – of any particular item warrants the cost associated with monitoring … Continue reading

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MEMS presentation (ver. Oct 2019)

For see the pdf click here.

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BlueBox – STEVAL-MKSBOX1V1 – SensorTile.box

The STEVAL-MKSBOX1V1 (SensorTile.box or BlueBox) is a ready-to-use box kit with wireless IoT and wearable sensor platform to help you use and develop apps based on remote motion and environmental sensor data, regardless of your level of expertise.Up to now … Continue reading

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STM on GITHUB.COM

STM release a lot of example for MEMS, Smartphone application, STM32 also on the GITHUB.COM For more info see here.  

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How to detect an object using the VL53L0X & X-NUCLEO-53L0A1 (evaboard)

The VL53L0X is a new generation Time-of-Flight (ToF) laser-ranging module housed in the smallest package on the market today, providing accurate distance measurement whatever the target reflectances unlike conventional technologies. It can measure absolute distances up to 2m, setting a … Continue reading

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