Internet of Things starter kit for Intel Edison and Intel Galileo
With the Intel IoT Edition of the Grove Starter Kit you will easily discover the possibilities of the Edison or Galileo. Grove is a modular system where sensors and actuators are connected to the Base Shield with a standard cable. A breadboard with loose threads isn't necessary. The Base Shield is placed on the Arduino Breakout Kit of the Intel Edison or the Intel Galileo Gen 2. The kit has 10 Grove modules. For every module an example program and functional description can be found on the Intel website.
Evaluation board for the TI Sitara AM3352 System-on-Module
Would you like to apply Linux in your own product at low cost? Olimex offers the best solution with the AM3352 System-on-Module. You only have to develop a 2-layer board for your product and place the SoM on the board. As example for your board you can use this open-source evaluation board. The evaluation board offers 4x USB hosts, USB OTG, CAN Driver, VGA, 2x UEXT, JTAG, LCD, GPIO and 2x 100 MB Ethernet. The Debian image which is modified for the AM3352-SOM can be downloaded from the Olimex website. The Sitara AM335x processor series by Texas Instruments is the same which is used on the very popular BeagleBone.
User friendly GSM/GPRS shield has GPS for navigation
The SIMCom SIM808 by SIM Technology is a complete Quad-Band GSM/GPRS module with GPS for navigation. The SMT housing is only 24x24 mm. The module has the standard AT commando interface for GSM and for GPS the NMEA protocol. You can use the module for the sending and receiving of SMS messages and TCP/IP, HTTP via GPRS. We now have a shield with this module so it can be applied easily with an Arduino. For Arduino example libraries and sketches are available.
Ethernet module has 5 analog outputs and can be controlled with a computer, PLC or X-600 controller
The new X-317 from ControlByWeb is an Ethernet module with 5 analog outputs. The analog outputs are similar to the outputs of a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC). The X-317 can be fully configured, programmed and tested via the build-in webserver. The module can be used stand-alone or as peripheral device for a computer, a PLC or the X-600 controller. The X-317 has 5 precision 16-bit digital to analog converters (DAC's) and every channel can be set to 0-5V, 0-10V, ±5V, ±10V or 4-20mA. The ControlByWeb products can easily be integrated in automated systems using Modbus/TCP and XML control pages.