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ROS production: our prototype [2/5]

By Kyle Fazzari on 13 April 2017

This is the second blog post in this series about ROS production. In the previous post we discussed why Ubuntu Core was a good fit for production robotics. In this post we’ll be on classic Ubuntu, creating the example ROS prototype that…

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Putting Ubuntu in embedded

By Thibaut Rouffineau on 27 March 2017

This year Canonical joined Embedded World 2017 for the first time with a booth. And the initial reaction from anyone visiting the booth was one of surprise quickly followed by the question: ‘Ubuntu is what I run on my desktop, not on my…

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Distributing a ROS system among multiple snaps

By Kyle Fazzari on 22 March 2017

One of the key tenets of snaps is that they bundle their dependencies. The fact that they’re self-contained helps their transactional-ness: upgrading or rolling back is essentially just a matter of unmounting one snap and mounting…

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Three flaws at the heart of IoT security

By Thibaut Rouffineau on 20 March 2017

This blog has been syndicated from SCMagazine UK, contributed by Thibaut Rouffineau – head of devices marketing. According to the latest estimates by Gartner, the total number of connected devices will reach 6.4 billion by the end of…

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NXP and Canonical to demo Ubuntu Core on the LS1043A at Embedded World

By Canonical on 14 March 2017

The LS1043A, NXP’s quad-core ARM 64bit-powered SoC, is built for embedded networking and IoT Gateways with high throughput needs. Ubuntu Core is a versatile operating system for IoT and networking equipment based on snaps, the cross-…

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This elevator catches intruders, saves lives, generates money, …

By Maarten Ectors on 13 March 2017

The world is becoming software defined and most people don’t realise what this means until software apps and app stores invade their day to day objects like elevators. This blog post is about the smartest elevator demoed at MWC17 and…

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The $1M/month revenue generating fountain each smart city should have

By Maarten Ectors on 9 March 2017

What if smart cities can have fountains generating revenue instead of costing money? App Stores on Fountains, one of the many crazy ideas we demoed on MWC, that can come true shortly… Say IoT and lots of people will bring up Smart…

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Mobile World Congress 2017: day four recap

By Canonical on 2 March 2017

Today was the final day for Mobile World Congress 2017. It has been a long, hectic, but exciting week. For starters, we had a record number of visitors to Canonical’s Ubuntu booth. The mixture was consumer targeting businesses looking for…

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MWC17: The future of industrial IoT

By Maarten Ectors on 23 February 2017

The internet of things, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, big data, robots/drones, blockchain, industry 4.0 and other hype terms are popping up everywhere. Our partners will be showcasing real industrial solutions that go far…

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Screenly announces a follow-up to its popular digital signage solution

By Canonical on 22 February 2017

Screenly’s platform has grown to run over 10,000 screens in less than four years Making it the largest commercial deployment of Raspberry Pi for digital signage Enables rich content in-store screens to be flexible media platform Screenly 2…

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Webinar: Qt on Ubuntu Core

By Amrisha Prashar on 21 February 2017

Are you interested in developing Qt on Ubuntu Core? Learning how to package Qt apps as snaps? And the solutions they bring to the world of Digital Signage? If so, join us for a webinar. You will learn the following: Introduction to Ubuntu…

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IOTA: IoT revolutionised with a ledger

By Canonical on 20 February 2017

Ever since the introduction of digital money, the world quickly came to realize how dire and expensive the consequences of centralized systems are. Not only are these systems incredibly expensive to maintain, they are also “single points…