The article about Mercury System on Open Electronics:
The courses schedule for the first half of 2017 is completed, check out Futura Academy website.
These are the dates of my courses:
I have a pretty binding schedule for this year, but I’ll do my best as usual 🙂
I’m also happy that three new courses are now in the portfolio (Kicad and MPLabX Intermediate/Advanced), and others are on the way. Keep in touch!
The article about Mercury System (and the other Piedmontese projects selected for Maker Faire Rome 2016) published on the online issue of the italian newspaper “La Repubblica” (Click on Link Below).
I’m working quite hard in this period in order to expand the Mercury System Board Set, in order to have 15-20 devices on the basket at the beginning. This should guarantee a wider application target range for the users of the system. Below a 3D representation of a newely developed expansion dual + alphanumeric 16×2 display.
The Mercuy System is more than a tool to develop IoT applications, and it could be easily extended to any general purpose embedded project. Here is a video of a proximity lock developed using a BB01, an ultrasonic and a relay SB (plus an expansion quand and the development framework).
This device could be used as electronic lock with contactless activation or similar applications. Done this morning in a couple of minutes, exploiting the potentiality of the framework 🙂
Here are the slides presented in two past conferences, the IoT conference 2014 and the CloudConf 2016, both organized by Corley.
Click on the post title to open the download link.
In both of this two examples I used Flowcode for the implementation of the embedded side application logic and dweet.io as intermediate server. The overall architecture could be easily applied to a lot of IoT applications.
Look at this demo of our nice Intrusion Detector made using Mercury System:
It took more or less a couple of hour to develop it using the PIC18 BB, the GSM/GPRS MB, an Ultrasonic Sensor SB and the Expansion board Dual (and the development framework, obviously…).