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United Kingdom

Marketing Assistant | Brainboxes

I'm George, and I help Brainboxes look its best! Datasheets, Quick Start Guide, FAQs, How-To Videos, Adverts, Animations, Case Studies, Diagrams, Graphics.. I do it all! I'm here to support you with any questions, queries, or concerns you might have about one of our products. Feel free to get in touch!

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Industrial Automation

6 months ago

Automation in the Antarctic; Adding Resilience to Remote Data Capture Systems

The Halley Automation Project aimed to add resilience to the data capture system, whilst simultaneously testing the Microturbine as a proof of concept for future power supply to automated scientific instruments

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Industry 4.0

1 year ago

BB-440 Industrial Edge Controller powered by Raspberry Pi

In stable ambient temperatures, desktop applications – such as internet browsers and office programs like word processors - significantly increase the load induced temperature rise and consequently how hot the components will get. What can be done?

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Internet of Things

1 year ago

What is Cloud Computing?

This video is an introduction to an on-going series, exploring Cloud Computing, and the Cloud Services available on Brainboxes' BB-400 through the use of Node-RED.

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Industry 4.0

1 year ago

How to Turn Your Pi Prototype Into a Phenomenon: Considerations for Industry 4.0

Pi’s GPIO pins are designed for driving low current devices such as LEDs, so is it possible to connect to the I/O necessary for industrial environments?

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