Raspberry Pi Vs Intel Edison Features Comparison

HR-OS1 means?

The HR-OS1 is powered by an onboard Linux computer giving you all the processing power you need to run your robot. The HR-OS1 is a hackable, modular, humanoid robot development platform designed from the ground up with customization and modification in mind.

Raspberry Pi Vs Intel Edison

Your HR-OS1 kit shipped with 2 choices for the Main CPU – the Intel Edison and the Raspberry Pi. Both platforms will run the same HR-OS1 framework to control your robot. Each platform has its strong points, as outlined below.

#Intel Edison Pros

  • Power Consumption The Intel Edison consumes far less power than the Raspberry Pi.
  • Size Even with the breakout board, the Intel Edison is much smaller then the Raspberry Pi.
  • Built in Wifi/Bluetooth The Intel Edison does not need extra dongles to add bluetooth / wifi functionality.
  • Built in FTDI USB-Serial Converter You can connect the Intel Edison Mini Breakout directly to you computer to open a serial terminal to control the Edison.
  • More Mature Development/Testing We have been working with the Intel Edison for much longer than the Raspberry Pi, so the framework is better tested with the Intel Edison.

#Raspberry Pi Pros

  • USB Ports The Raspberry Pi has 4 available USB ports to attach devices to.
  • SD Card Slot The Raspberry Pi’s SD based storage makes it possible to upgrade your disk size. Each HR-OS1 kit ships with an 8GB SD card, compared to the Edison’s built in 4gb eMMC storage.
  • Easy access GPIO pins The Raspberry Pi has 3.3v I/O pins that are easily accessible through the male pin headers. The Intel Edison has 1.8v pins.
  • Standard Ports HDMI, ethernet, composite video, and audio ports
  • **Special Ports ** Camera and display interface ports
  • 3d Graphics core
  • Superior processor

 

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Carriot Internet of Things Platform – Using Raspberry PI to Create an Intruder Alert system quickly and easily

Please refer the below link to – write your first own Intruder alert system using carriots Internet of things platform

https://www.carriots.com/tutorials/raspberrypi_carriots/alert_system

Complete and easy understanding of HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Range Sensor working and it’s programming interface with Raspberry Pi using python

Please go through the below link to get the complete understanding of HC-SR04 module

https://www.modmypi.com/blog/hc-sr04-ultrasonic-range-sensor-on-the-raspberry-pi

Link for raspberry pi HC-SR04 library module

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/hcsr04sensor/1.2.0

Complete and simplified Raspberry Pi Wifi configuration Procedure

Raspberry Pi official page- Clearly and simplified steps to connect to wifi configuration

https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/wireless/wireless-cli.md

Raspberry Pi – steps to connect to wifi configuration

https://thepihut.com/blogs/raspberry-pi-tutorials/83502916-how-to-setup-wifi-on-raspbian-jessie-lite

Cayenne IoT Platform – complete steps to Connect the Raspberry Pi with Cayenne IoT Platform

Cayenne cloud and Raspberry Pi Connectivity establishment link attached with this post. Check out the below mentioned link and follow the steps to Launch your first IoT Project within a minutes

http://www.instructables.com/id/Cayenne-Raspberry-Pi-IoT-Simple/

Below link will talk about the cayenne IoT platform rules and triggers

https://pimylifeup.com/raspberry-pi-cayenne/

A quick start – Cayenne IoT Platform