Cross compile – Patch – Test – Cross compile If you are a Linux user then you most probably use a Linux distribution that allows you to get the package that you need. Compiled for your version of the OS, for your architecture and ready to run. In the embedded Linux unfortunately the things are […]
Seems like the guys from Stanford University were also developing small devices, the size of an ant, that are capable of radio communication without having a battery. The idea is similar to what the guys from Washington did. But the implementation seems different. Much of the infrastructure needed to enable us to control sensors and […]
Some of the existing IoT that we have actually have good hardware and it is the software that makes them feel useless or insecure. In a series of articles we will try to explain how to “Know Your Device”, “Cross-Compile For it”, “Emulate It Locally” and “Connect Safely To The Cloud”.
Connect – Enter – Explore. Your IoT devices may be more powerful than you think. Intro Recently a friend of mine came to visit me with a dusty security camera in his hand. He explained that he had that thing since quite some time and the camera was only gathering dust because he was not able […]