Swiss army knife
I use the ARM boards usually as a quick way to flexibly interface some external circuits to a computer via USB; e.g., temperature sensors, pH sensors, microwave detectors…
They are like a ‘Swiss army knife,’ cheaper and more quickly available than building something dedicated from scratch.
Today and tomorrow we are demonstrating our Android controlled robots at GoogleIO in San Francisco (perhaps the biggest tech event of the year).
The robots all use your Super Pro board. Your boards connect with the Android tablets via Bluetooth.
—Mike W., Stupid Fun Club
Coridium Corporation is a premiere provider of small footprint, high performance, easy-to-use computer chips and microcontrollers.
Designed on the 32-bit ARM, the company’s three families provide full IEEE 754 floating-point support and offer the largest available selection of Arduino Shield-compatible microcontrollers.
With our hardware, and FREE software, users rapidly develop technical solutions–no need to learn a new programming language or a complex development system.
Coridium has served the educational, industrial and design communities for the better part of a decade.
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Students, educators & DIYers:
Leverage the performance of programming in C or BASIC right out of the box with the ARM Computer Boards and Controllers.
Prototypers & engineers:
Harness the plug-in power of our unique Arduino shield-compatible microprocessors.
- Three to six times faster
- More memory, I/0s, and built-in peripherals
Speed discovery of factory floor fixes.
- Web page integration
- Full featured for high performance