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Pinoccio Microcontroller Provides Device Connectivity for Internet of Things
4/25/2013

Pinoccio is a microcontroller that can be built into devices to allow them to connect with each other and the Internet. The technology is part of an emerging trend for new components to enable the so-called Internet of Things.   (Source: Pinoccio)
Pinoccio is a microcontroller that can be built into devices to allow them to connect with each other and the Internet. The technology is part of an emerging trend for new components to enable the so-called Internet of Things.
(Source: Pinoccio)

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notarboca
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Re: Some Engineering Skills Required
notarboca   4/30/2013 9:07:11 AM
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Those are good points you raise @JimT.  I like it that you can have it running in a few minutes, but operational interfaces are a whole different story.

I'd still want one to play with :-)

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JimT@Future-Product-Innovations   5/9/2013 9:34:58 AM
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Yes and not trivial points.  Just about any first pass design needs revisions to work right; I can hear my wife turning into a Program Manager now asking, "When is the refrigerator going to be done-? – The food is all spoiling-!"

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