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Cyber-physical systems and microservices: benefits and challenges
Let's discover the benefits and challenges of using philosophies such as microservices to develop cyber-physical systems.
Cyber-physical systems: how can they be improved?
Cyber-physical systems (CPS) integrate computer and physical elements; let's see with this article how we can improve them.
Display your device in real time: collaboration Luos & Freedom Robotics
Luos and Freedom Robotics have teamed up to build a tool that is able to easily connect a sensor to a project, allowing users to see the data being collected in real-time.
A flexible embedded bootloader: updating becomes easier
Updating multiple boards from different brands without having to be physically connected to each one can help an embedded and edge developer.
Should I use Luos in embedded development? Q&A live
We answer some important questions about Luos, Embedded, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, boards compatible with luos and our plans for the future
Create an amateur space rocket using Luos by Alexgorl#3053
Another Luos use case, Alexis Gorlier created an amateur space rocket using the Luos engine with his space association. Let's discover his proof of concept.
Are microservices optimized for edge and embedded systems? Q&A live
We answer some important questions about drivers, Luos, embedded, microservices, MCU, CPU, nodes, sensors and motors.
What is the difference between Luos and an embedded OS like ROS? Q&A live
We answer some important questions about the embedded and edge worlds, orchestrators, Luos, industrial applications, etc.
ROS: Control your distributed robot with micro-ROS and Luos in resource-constrained MCUs.
We aim to guide you through the integration of a Luos custom middleware used for the communication between multiple micro-ROS nodes.
How to develop IoT, edge, and embedded projects easier?
Some IoT, edge and embedded projects should not involve such a dependence on hardware.
5 Top Open-source features and API for embedded systems and edge
Open-source has opened the gate to a new way of thinking in our domain. Discover 5 top features and APIs for embedded systems and edge.
Luos and ESP32
Luos engine is plug-and-play compatible with the ESP32 family! Luos and Espressif have many concepts in common, find out more in this article.
At Luos, we often talk about embedded systems and edge, but a term often resurfaces in our everyday vocabulary, Cyber-physical systems (CPS).
Distributed latency based time synchronization
At Luos, we deal with distributed (multi-MCU) critical and real-time environments. Everything in our technology has been thought to be fast and lightweight.
Luos Web App: Alpha Version
Luos enabled you to connect an embedded application with the outside world, this article takes place as an example of what you could do with it.
How to connect electronic boards to the outside world
Who never complains about a messy and unstable software they have to install to communicate with with an electronic board?
Let's create a Biometric Security System using Luos by Marie#9390
Marie has developed a biometric security system using Luos.
Semiconductor crisis: how to minimize the impact?
Understand the semiconductor crisis and how the impact could have been minimize with several tips.
Embedded packages to simplify portability
🆕 New feature in the Luos release 2.0.0: Packages to simplify portability
Profiles to simplify user API
🆕 New feature in the Luos release 2.0.0: Profiles to simplify user API
Release announcement v2.0.0
We are thrilled to share this new release note with you Luos v2.0.0 is out
Release announcement v1.3.0
📢 Luos release announcement v1.3.0: new features, new bug fixes. Try it!
Embedded Services: how to get the most out of it
Embedded services have a lot of advantages over traditional code. You can write reusable code for different devices, deploy it to one or multiple microcontrollers.
Read this article to understand Luos benefits and vision. How to write an application inside a container witch can communicate with other containers?
Safe, fast and lightweight
At Luos, we split code into smaller pieces that can be run on several microcontrollers as if everything was on a single CPU. Read this article to discover our vision.
Why is standardized data so important in embedded systems?
Luos is designed to have software and hardware containers. Discover our article to discover why it is essential to standardize data in embedded systems.
Luos raises 1.2 million euros and opens the heart of its embedded technology in open source!
The deeptech Luos announces a first round of fundraising of 1.2 million euros completed. Our ambition is to become a reflex for all embedded developers!
How the lockdown allowed us to stay on track and consolidate our growth
First and last Luos article that talks about the lockdown. We have lived 8 peculiar weeks that drove us to review our way of working, roadmap, and objectives.
A way to unleash Embedded Systems
The way electronic devices are made never evolved: it’s still monolithic. Companies have to design everything, every time. Discover how in this article.
How to make Edge and Embedded systems skyrocket?
To talk about Edge and Embedded systems, let’s consider the place where related issues are their climax: Robotics.
What is Luos, really? How we built the speech
This article discusses the evolution of our thinking about Luos. Luos is the name of the company and the technology behind it. Find out more in this article!
PID, D as in Derivative
All the cheap neon letters are now lit up by your growing knowledge! We arrive at the last letter of PID: the letter D. Remember there is an introduction to PID, a proportional post for the P and an integral post for the I. It’s not the end, it’s only the beginning.
PID: The I, as in integral
We go on with the PID letters. This post deals with the I. You can visit the first posts of this serie, the introduction to PID and the proportional post.
PID: the P as in Proportional
This post is the follow up of the introduction post to PID control for DC motors. They can be read by virtually anyone who can read English, but I highly suggest you to read the introduction post first, as well as the basics about motors listed at the end of this post.
An introduction to PID control with DC motor
Discover the basics of PID control and why it comes in handy for robotic applications. You don’t need the background to read this, but know the basics of motors.
All the things getting out of a motor
All you need to know about motors following our previous posts. We will talk about rotation, speed, inertia, angular acceleration, force, heat, magnetic field, etc.
Get to know your DC motor: how to read a datasheet
Learn how to read and understand a motor’s datasheet. Accessible for anyone who knows the basics of DC motors. Discover now our articles on this topic.
How to stop being controlled by your DC motor: reverse the roles! Part 2
Let's talk about direction control of your DC motor. Have a look at speed control, voltage, Pulse Width Modulation, etc.
How to stop being controlled by your DC motor: reverse the roles! Part 1
Learn more about the basics of DC motors in robotics and precisely how to control them. We will present different concepts like direction control or motor rotation.
DC motor control: Welcome to the jungle
Controlling motors are complex, but you will know more about direction control, voltage, PWM, speed control, etc., with our several articles.