USING CODESYS ON RASPBERRY PI - LABstory
" SAN JOSE, Calif. — The U.S. Department of Energy awarded Intel and Cray a contract for more than $500 million to build the first of three exascale-class supercomputers. Intel said that the system will be running before the end of 2021 using future Xeon processors, Optane DIMMs, and a so-called Xe product, believed to be a member of the GPU family in design under Raja Koduri.
The DoE plans to spend a total of $1.8 billion on the three systems. It is expected to soon announce that the team of IBM and Nvidia will build the two other systems using their future power processors and GPUs.
The Intel/Cray system, called Aurora, will be… "
Get patching folks!
EU censorship is coming !
destroying their own businessmodel… interesting
Trisomy-21: 21st March = World Down’s Syndrome Day. Around 1 in 1000 babies can be born with this genetic condition.
Why flag on a LoRa/LoRaWAN forum? Because I know some companies, NGO’s and charities are working on LoRa use cases to support people with Down’s in assisted living and community living programmes. Trackers, panic alarms, simple messaging platforms, activity/independent living sensors, etc…hope to showcase some in the coming months.
Meantime if you have ideas on how a LoRaWAN device and TTN can help people with the learning delay often associated with the condition….get hacking!