This week, we present the brand new Yocto-Light-V4. It is probably of interest to you if you need to measure the ambient light in a somewhat dark corner.
Linux is an OS which is widely used in the IoT. Unfortunately for the users discovering this OS, it can be quite confusing. For example, by default, Linux blocks write access to the USB devices for "non-root" users. It isn't really easy to configure an application so that it starts at boot time. This week, we are going to see two small improvements which are going to make the life of Linux users easier.
Some time ago, we played with Murata SCL3300 tilt sensor. During these tests, we were impressed enough by its accuracy to think that it was worth it to make it into a dedicated Yoctopuce module. Hence the Yocto-Inclinometer that we present today.
We are constantly improving our products, our programming libraries, as well as our tools. This week, we are writing about a new feature that we just added to the VirtualHub: the HTTPS support. We even offer you to test this new feature by using the beta version of the VirtualHub 2.0.
For several years, we have been offering different YoctoHubs to connect Yoctopuce sensors directly to the network, without using a computer. But as you may have noticed, on this product range, we don't throw ourselves headlong into cutting-edge technologies, especially when standards are split: LoRa, Sigfox, LTE-M, NB-IoT, 5G... With the multiplication of networks aimed at the IoT, we had to wait for the landscape to become clearer, because we couldn't do it all and we had to choose the solution which would best suit our customers. But there it is, we finally made our choice, and it's almost ready.
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