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IoT & wearable dev platform addresses key design challenges

IoT & wearable dev platform addresses key design challenges

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By Rich Pell



The open source design comes with a complete software package for developers to innovate without licensing restrictions, reducing time to market and moving focus to product differentiation in the rapidly growing IoT market.

WaRP7 is based on the NXP i.MX 7Solo applications processor that features an advanced implementation of the ARM Cortex-A7 core, as well as the ARM Cortex-M4 core. It comes with features such as on-board sensors, connectivity including NFC, Bluetooth, Bluetooth Smart and Wi-Fi, and on-board external LPDDR3 memory. 

Measuring about 2×4 centimetres, the board offers rich multimedia capability with access to MIPI-DSI display port, on-board camera and audio features. WaRP7 eases development effort for software developers with access to Linux and supports extensive UI capabilities and connectivity stacks. It is expandable with the MikroBus expansion socket, opening users to over 200 compatible Click Boards.

Visit element14 at www.element14.com/WaRP7

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