Arduino goes PRO at CES 2020
We’re kicking off this year’s CES with some big news.
Millions of users and thousands of companies across the world already use Arduino as an innovation platform, which is why we have drawn on this experience to enable enterprises to quickly and securely connect remote sensors to business logic within one simple IoT application development platform: a new solution for professionals in traditional sectors aspiring for digital transformation through IoT.
Combining a low-code application development platform with modular hardware makes tangible results possible in just one day. This means companies can build, measure, and iterate without expensive consultants or lengthy integration projects.
Built on Arm Pelion technology, the latest generation of Arduino solutions brings users simplicity of integration and a scalable, secure, professionally supported service.
“By combining the power and flexibility of our production ready IoT hardware with our secure, scalable and easy to integrate cloud services, we are putting in the hands of our customers something really disruptive,” commented Arduino CEO Fabio Violante. “Among the millions of Arduino customers, we’ve even seen numerous businesses transform from traditional ‘one off’ selling to subscription-based service models, creating new IoT-based revenue streams with Arduino as the enabler. The availability of a huge community of developers with Arduino skills is also an important plus and gives them the confidence to invest in our technology”.
The new Arduino Portenta H7 is now available for pre-order on the Arduino online store, with an estimated delivery date of late February 2020.
January 9th, 2020 at 04:52:17
Will there be any support for major PLC Ethernet ecosystems? Ethernet/IP, Profinet, EtherCat?
Will Arduino sell HMI hardware?
January 9th, 2020 at 16:42:50
Happy New Year!
Will there be Matlab and Simulink support?
January 10th, 2020 at 19:07:49
Any mechanical details? I would like to get an early start on my baseboard for the H7.
January 16th, 2020 at 07:36:24
Need full specification including mechanical CAD, soon.
January 16th, 2020 at 09:28:30
What kind of voltage levels am I looking at, 3.3V? 5V tolerant? More (highly doubtful…)?