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AndreaGalizia

Austria

Business Developer Consultant

I’ve learned early on in my career that I love to be at the forefront of innovation. To see new technologies emerge, and be a part of their creation. From the first days on the internet and the Silicon Valley revolution to The Internet of Things — I’ve seen it all, and I’ve done it all. Now, I’m ready to use this knowledge to help young companies thrive. I have over 35 years of experience in driving revenue, encouraging new ideas, and fostering client relationships.

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AndreaGalizia

Internet of Things

1 week ago

Why we need to retire the blinking LED as the entry into embedded programming

Something that was true since 1985 changed in Q4 of 2018 and we are yet to feel all the repercussions.

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AndreaGalizia

Internet of Things

2 months ago

An access control system with speaker verification

Two-factor authentication with a Riverdi IoT Display module and EasyVR 3 Plus voice recognition system.

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AndreaGalizia

Internet of Things

3 months ago

Philips Hue Intelligent lighting control panel demo in Python – using Riverdi IoT Displays powered by Zerynth

In this article, we will build a simple control system for Philips Hue series bulbs, using the intelligent Riverdi IoT Display module, the dedicated Zerynth programming environment, and the OKdo IoT Cloud.

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AndreaGalizia

Internet of Things

3 months ago

Polaris at Tour de Branch explained - Python programmable vehicle tracker

Two Polaris boards tracked the RS Components team across the whole of the UK, from Aberdeen to London. The team collected £250,000 for Children with Cancer UK. While Polaris did its part by collecting weather and air quality data. Learn how we did it

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