28 Apr '16, 10pm

Raspberry Pi and Arduino in industrial applications - Embedded Computing Design (blog)

Raspberry Pi and Arduino in industrial applications - Embedded Computing Design (blog)

When I think of the term MakerPro, I think of someone who has established his own business based on being extremely good at what people most consider a hobby. Interestingly, this can work the other way as well. In my own experience, I remember working at a company that needed a way to breakout pins from a micro SD card. Being an experienced tinkerer both at home and on the job, I was able to source the appropriate device from a distributor geared toward electronics hobbyists when I couldn’t find one from the normal channels. My colleagues gave me a hard time about using a company called Sparkfun , but the device worked as designed, and I started to get a reputation for being able to find oddball components. Taking things a few steps further, a technician I worked with at another company was always eager to learn something new, and devised a way to set up a Raspberry Pi to ...

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