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Your first robot: Sharing with others [5/5]

By Kyle Fazzari on 16 March 2018

This is the fifth (and final) blog post in this series about creating your first robot with ROS and Ubuntu Core. In the previous post we discussed methods of control, did a little math, and wrote the ROS driver for our robot. But it still…


Your first robot: The driver [4/5]

By Kyle Fazzari on 9 March 2018

This is the fourth blog post in this series about creating your first robot with ROS and Ubuntu Core. In the previous post we worked on getting data out of the wireless controller and into ROS in a format meant for controlling differential…

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Canonical supports Ubuntu Core on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3

By Canonical on 27 June 2017

London UK, 27th June 2017: Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, today announces that its IoT OS, Ubuntu Core, is available on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 – the general-purpose compute product from the Raspberry Pi Foundation.…

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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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Industrial IoT revolution with Raspberry Pi compute module 3

By Maarten Ectors on 31 January 2017

The Raspberry Pi Foundation released a long awaited version of their Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3. The great news is that you get 4GB storage, 1GB memory and the same processor as the Raspberry Pi 3 for $30. This means that it now becomes…

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Digital Signage meets IoT Series continues!

By Amrisha Prashar on 7 July 2016

Last month we kicked off our first in our Digital Signage meets IoT series focusing on Building success with a RaspberryPi. It was a great session from Screenly founder, Viktor Petersson and Sixteen:Nine editor Dave Haynes who touched on…

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Digital signage solution Screenly chooses Canonical’s Ubuntu Core

By Thibaut Rouffineau on 18 May 2016

Increased security, reliability and ease of use, now available on Raspberry Pi May 18, 2016, London. Today Screenly, the most popular digital signage solution for the Raspberry Pi, and Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, the world’s most…

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PC Power Control with a Raspberry Pi and MAAS

By Canonical on 23 September 2015

I recently decided to setup a small cluster of computers at home to be managed by Juju and MAAS. The computers are in the attic which meant that finger based power management was going to quickly lose its appeal. Many of my friends and…