Zerynth is a platform designed to simplify and accelerate the development of IoT applications. It offers developers, system integrators, and businesses a way to enable IoT for their products, rapidly. Their industry insight, vast experience, and versatile toolset will accompany you from idea to finished product in no time.
Sony’s new Spresense board, that I talked about a while ago, offer exciting new capabilities – and Zerynth makes it easier than ever to program it in Python!
The Sony Spresense is a very powerful, power-efficient development board designed for IoT and multimedia applications. The multicore microcontroller is composed of six ARM Cortex-M4F cores with a clock speed of 156 MHz. The board comes with GNSS, high-resolution audio I/O and multiple mic inputs which allow a wide range of uses cases.
Zerynth is the middleware for the IoT and industry 4.0. It offers a quick and easy way to program 32-bit microcontrollers in Python and connect them to the Cloud. Zerynth also allows a mixed C/Python programming environment. Zerynth Studio is the gateway to the whole Ecosystem. It’s free to download and cross-platform, with a powerful IDE.
This tutorial shows basic usage of the Sony Spresense board with Zerynth. You’ll see how to run Multiblink, ADC and I2C examples.