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The latest Electronics Weekly news on the eductional Raspberry Pi development board, a “low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse”.

Mouser signs Edge Impulse; accelerates intelligence at the edge


Mouser reflected one of the major themes at Embedded World 2024, intelligence at the edge, and announced it has signed Edge Impulse, the software framework provider for embedded machine learning (ML) applications. Machine learning is implemented at the edge of the network, explained Mouser’s Mark Patrick in order to make decisions very quickly at the [network] edge. [Edge Impulse’s] products ...

Pi 5 4Gbyte and 8Gbyte boards shipping from Farnell

Raspberry Pi 5

The Raspberry Pi 5 4Gbyte and 8Gbyte boards can now be ordered for same day shipping from Farnell, Raspberry Pi’s exclusive global licensee. The new board features a 2.4GHz quad-core, 64-bit Arm Cortex-A76 CPU, with 512KB L2 caches and a 2MB shared L3 cache, enabling a greatly expanded range of applications, and on-board dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5 connectivity. The ...

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 5 forward guidance available, to some

CM4 Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 CM4

For those of you wanting to design with Raspberry Pi’s much-awaited Compute Module 5 (CM5), the organisation has created a forward guidance document to help engineers get started. Electronics Weekly cannot publish any of it here, but you can download the CM5 forward guidance document from this web page – a sign-in is needed for this – creating a Raspberry ...

Digikey signs Sefra Labs

screens with Digkey and Sfera Labs products

Embedded systems, servers, I/O modules and sensors by Sfera Labs, are now available from DigiKey, following a distribution agreement between the two companies. The embedded systems and edge computing products support Raspberry Pi and Arduino and are available via DigiKey’s online store. Products available include Strato Pi servers which enhance Raspberry Pi computers and which are used in residential and ...

Google adds Raspberry Pi to its MediaPipe on-device machine learning


Google is extending its MediaPipe on-device machine learning system to support the Raspberry Pi, enabling – for example – audio classification, face landmark detection, and natural language processing tasks. Back in May, Google initially released MediaPipe for Android, web, and Python (‘MediaPipe Solutions for On-Device Machine Learning’, to give it its full name). The tools aim to provide “no-code to ...