Join us in this video as we demonstrate ClarinoxBlue and ClarinoxWiFi in an IoT gateway example on the Renesas EK-RA6M3 Evaluation board from Renesas and learn how to create your own MQTT application with BLE sensors and simultaneous Wi-Fi AP & STA.
At Clarinox we believe that adding Bluetooth and Wi-Fi technologies to embedded designs should be as streamlined as possible so that design engineers can focus on developing product features. Join us in this video as we demonstrate these technologies on the i.MX RT1170 crossover MCU from NXP. As demand increases Clarinox is working to decrease the complexity of embedded wireless solutions.
ClariFi™ Test Architecture provides a new automated and flexible test environment for embedded platforms. ClariFi extends the existing debugger and protocol analyser to accommodate a Lua scripting interface which can be used to run automated testcases on a variety of embedded platforms. In this video, we will be demonstrating how ‘C’ application test functions can be run from the ClariFi Lua test environment.
In this video we will be demonstrating how to use the ClarinoxBlue™ stack and Bluetooth® Low Energy application with STMicroelectronics’ STM32WB55 Nucleo64 development board. We will be running the Nucleo68 development board in separate peripheral and central configurations, using a smartphone to act in the reverse role for each configuration. We will also be using the Clarinox ClariFi™ debugger, via UART serial communication, to configure the Nucleo64 in our BLE application and monitor all HCI events and ACL data packets.
In this video we will be introducing the new Yulo Connect™ module using the TI MSP432 Koala Connect® and various Yulo sensors running Clarinox Bluetooth®/WiFi® software. The YuloConnect is a modular IoT development board that allows a user to connect multiple interchangeable sensor boards and the ability to publish sensors readings to an MQTT broker. In this setup, the YuloConnect is configured as an IoT gateway, allowing near BLE sensor devices to connect and publish their sensor readings. An MQTT dash application is used on a mobile phone to subscribe to each sensor topic and read sensor data in real time.
World first! Clarinox announces both Bluetooth® & Wi-Fi® technologies running on TI MSP432P4111! This video shows an IoT implementation including ClarinoxBlue™ and ClarinoxWiFi™ protocol stacks running on a Texas Instruments SimpleLink MSP432P4111 MCU with WiLink8 wireless chipset. Obtain up to 2-3 Mbps with SPI clock speed 10 MHz.
Join us in this video as we explore the possibilities available to you with our full range of Clarinox products. Here we'll be running the demo off our Koala® EVM development board interfaced with NXP's LPC4350 MCU module. We'll guide you through our custom-made IoT home-automation demo to help spark your creative ideas.
We provide you with an overview of the Koala®-branded products and see how these products along with both Bluetooth® Low Energy and WiFi® capabilities will allow for innovative ideas in home automation, healthcare, and any other areas worth exploring.
This video demonstrates a STM32F412 Discovery board with Clarinox Arduino® compatible Joeyduino™ WiFi®/Bluetooth® shield running Clarinox Bluetooth/WiFi software forming an IoT gateway. This gateway connects through a WiFi access point to an Amazon Web Service MQTT broker via MQTT protocol. It sends sensor information collected by Bluetooth Low Energy sensors and receive control commands back from the broker via various mqtt-enabled web or smart-phone based applications.
Clarinox Bluetooth® and WiFi® protocol stacks are used together with Renesas SK-S7G2 and Clarinox Joeyduino™ (Arduino® compatible) WiFi/Bluetooth shield to form an IoT gateway. The gateway connects through a WiFi access point to an Amazon Web Service MQTT broker via MQTT protocol to send sensor information collected from Bluetooth Low Energy sensors and receive control commands back from the broker. Initial provisioning of the gateway is performed by using the access point mode of the gateway and a simple web server hosted on the Renesas SK-S7G2 gateway.
Introducing the Koala Connect® module and Koala® Carrier board. This carrier board is compatible with the Koala EVM Green. The Koala Carrier board allows the Koala Connect module to be programmed through the Koala EVM Green
This demonstration shows the accessing of video content over Wi-Fi®. The content is stored on the iMX6 evaluation board running ClarinoxWiFi™ on INTEGRITY RTOS. The content is accessed by a mobile phone using File Transfer and played by VLC media player.
Bluetooth® Low Energy demonstration with ClarinoxBlue™ running on the Koala® EVM. The use of characteristics is shown with a GATT based profile connected to a standard cell phone.Both the protocol analyzer and the memory analyzer tools features of the Clarinox Debugger are highlighted within the discussion.
How to use ClarinoxWiFi™ WLAN protocol stack to set up the access point or station role on the Koala® EVM. This demo shows the Clarinox console interface, the Clarinox Debugger protocol analysis and memory management plug-ins.
Demonstration by Clarinox Technologies of Bluetooth® A2DP audio streaming from Beagleboard with QNX operating system platform to a consumer Bluetooth enabled device. Clarinox embedded Bluetooth stack with A2DP / AVDTP & AVRCP runs on Beagleboard and many other embedded platforms (many DSP and ARM variants + more) and is ported to many real time operating systems including QNX. Ready to go audio platform for home hub or automotive in cabin applications.
Management of car parking facilities can be complex. The Clarinox electronic system for asset tracking can help with issues such as knowing where a particular car has been parked; or for correlating space occupied with authorization.
Real Time Location Systems (RTLS), as an addition to the IT infrastructure of a hospital, are capable of providing efficiency gains. Hospitals are busy environments and modern technology can assist in the location, in real time, of patients, consultants, nurses and/or assets. Thus providing more efficient and effective ways to manage patient demand, and accordingly arrange safe service supply.