Revolutionizing the Internet of Things
The RIoTboard is an open source platform based on an i.MX 6Solo applications processor, using an ARM® Cortex®-A9 architecture. The platform is ideal for Android and GNU/Linux development and is designed for and supported by a community of Design Engineers and Application Developers.
The RIoTboard Development Platform Features
|Start a discussion||View all blog posts||Watch videos||More single board computers|
|Building Android from Source 5 years ago||by radiatortwo|
|RIoTboard: Building a TFT LCD Display and Digitizer - Part 1: Introduction 5 years ago||by shabaz|
|Getting started with OpenGL stack on RIoTboard 5 years ago||by tushar panda|
|Riotboard Yocto : Part1 : Environment setup and initial build 4 years ago||by tushar panda|
|[One Stop Place] RIoTboard Platform Glossary 3 years ago||by tushar panda|
|RIoTboard Adapter||9.7" LCD Module||WiFi Dongle|
The RIoTboard Adapter extends the capabilities of your RIoTboard. It is a simple, fully passive interface adapter that allows for the connection of more than 75 different types of MikroElektronika Click boards to the RIoTBoard for features like:
The 9.7" LCD Module is a portable 9.7" LVDS display module with capacitive multi-touch* interface
*multi-touch is available only with Android, Linux is single touch only.
The WiFi Dongle is a high performance and cost effective WLAN USB module which connects your development platform to a wireless local area network. It has greater bandwidth making data transmission more efficient, whilst also supporting wireless roaming, ensuring a consistent wireless connection.
|7" Display for RioTBoard||USB Camera module + USB cable||WiFi Dongle|
|RIoTboard Adapter||BEE Click Board||GPS Click L10 Board|
|GSM Click Board||Bluetooth Click Board||ADC Click Board|
|SHT11 Environmental Sensor Click Board||Thermocouple Click Board||4.3" LCD Module and Adapter Board|
|µC/Probe 3.3 - Pro Ed, Perpetual License||µC/Probe 3.3 - Pro Ed, Yearly Subscription||Power Supply for RIoTboard|
|9.7" LCD Module||UART8000-U|
This post documents a recent build of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean for RIoTboard on a fresh installation of openSUSE 13.2 x86_64. The build images were transferred to an SD card using Linux commands rather more...
This post documents a recent build of Android 4.4.2 KitKat on a fresh installation of openSUSE 13.2 x86_64 using the Element14-provided source code for RIoTboard. The build images were transferred to more...
This post documents a recent build of Android 4.4.2 KitKat on Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS x86_64 Desktop using the Element14-provided source code for RIoTboard. The build images were transferred to an SD card more...
Hi, I know that the RiotBoard provides 3,3V on the pin header and also should provide 3,3V over the LVDS connector. What is the maximal current availible ? I would like to connect older LCD fomr a more...
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