Microcontrollers and development boards
You will find here a large choice of microcontrollers, designed for many different applications: management of neural networks or real-time image processing, small prototyping, technology lessons, robotics research projects, mobile robotics, robotics competitions...
There are 103 products.
The OrbittyBox can house an Orbitty Carrier development board, an NVIDIA JETSON TX1 or TX2 and a Connect Tech heat sink in a dedicated enclosure.
Add this heat sink and fan to your TX1 or TX2 NVIDIA Jetson board to avoid all risk of overheating.
With its impressive graphics architecture, powerful processor and multitude of hardware connections (audio, video, Ethernet, etc.), the NVIDIA Nano Development Kit is an affordable and feature-rich AI development solution for researchers, students and top-notch DIY enthusiasts.
Store lots of photos and Full HD+ videos using the SanDisk Extreme Pro 32 GB memory card, fast and highly resistant to day-to-day incidents.
At first glance, the LilyPad Arduino USB board may surprise you with its neat, feminine look: that’s because it’s ideally suited to electronic clothing and e-textile projects. It is sewn directly onto a piece of fabric, while its supply, sensors, and actuators are connected up using conductive thread embroidery! T
A complete set of BBC micro:bit boards V2 and accessories to start a programming workshop with 10 groups of pupils of all ages from primary school onwards.
The NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX module has the same compact form factor as the Jetson Nano and is a worthy successor to the Jetson TX2. It comes here with its development kit and helps you create applications and software in edge Computing. It also boosts the performance of your AIoT systems.
We can always do with an additional power supply, in particular given the huge range of projects possible on the Odroid XU4 and the NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit.
The Arduino-Compatible Flora Wearable Sensor will open the doors to a whole new world of connected, wearable electronics: a true little marvel, by Adafruit!
This second version of the ring:bit kit allows you to assemble a small, intelligent robotic car with multiple features that can be programmed with MakeCode. Be warned, you’ll need a BBC micro:bit for it to work!
The micro:bit Starter Kit includes all the essential parts you need for your first electronic experiments using the micro:bit breadboard.
The aim of the Ring:bit Bricks Pack for LEGO and micro:bit is to develop your robotics skills using LEGO. There are also 6 projects you can program with MakeCode!
You want to develop artificial intelligence in connected objects and edge computing devices using just a memory stick? This is precisely what Intel is offering with its Neural Compute Stick. The second version of a device already praised by developers!