Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Toradex has developed an architecture that we call Capacitive Multi-Touch Solution to easily adapt our capacitive multi-touch driver to any particular touch hardware.
We recently released a demo which demonstrates the working of our heterogenous dual-core Colibri VF61. In the demo, the VF61, with its two cores of ARM Cortex-A9, and ARM Cortex-M4, is utilised to run an XY pen-plotter.
In keeping with our business policies of transparency, and customer satisfaction, we at Toradex would like to share the release details of Windows CE BSPs and Linux BSPs for all our modules (NVIDIA® Tegra™, Freescale® Vybrid™, Freescale® i.MX 6, and Marvell® PXA series).
Fuelled by the cause to lend a ear, and a helping hand to the unheard cries, of the underprivileged children, Toradex employees recently got out their bikes and put their best cycling foot forward to participate in the rally, for “Vote for Child Rights” organised by Child Rights and You (CRY).
Presenting our latest release - the V2.1 Beta 3 Linux BSPs for Toradex NVIDIA® Tegra™ and Freescale® Vybrid™ based modules.
ICS is pleased to announce a partnership with Toradex to provide support and consulting services for developing Qt applications on the Toradex Colibri and Apalis platforms. This collaboration brings new opportunities to embedded developers, combining the power of the Toradex platforms with the flexibility of Qt UI framework.
Toradex is pleased to announce their partnership with Christ-Elektronik GmbH, a subsidiary of Otto Christ AG, specializing in Panel PCs, Touch Panels, measuring devices and special electronic devices for Car Wash Systems.
Toradex is pleased to announce its partnership with international Qt software services provider, KDAB. Toradex has teamed up with the Qt experts, KDAB, to make Qt 5.2 available on Windows CE 7 running on Toradex' Colibri and Apalis ARM computer modules.
Toradex is pleased to announce support for Embedded Linux and eCos RTOS on the range of Vybrid™ VFxx modules.
Toradex is glad to announce its partnership with two key PLC software manufacturers, reducing development time and making it much easier to develop a PLC application on Toradex ARM® computer-on-modules.
Toradex, today announced the inaugural winners of the Embedded Design Challenge, a global competition for students, developers and technology enthusiasts to create innovative projects and ultimately bring those ideas to market.
We are pleased to announce Windows CE 6.0 and Windows Embedded Compact 7 Image V1.2 Release for our Colibri and Apalis Tegra Computer modules. We highly recommend updating to this image version. The modules supported are all the current versions of the Colibri T20, Colibri T30, and Apalis T30.
The version 2.1 beta 2 Linux BSPs for all the Toradex Tegra based modules has been released, and is now available for download.
Toradex will now serve your Computer Module needs across two new locations in Japan. We are extremely happy to announce the opening of our latest offices in Japan.
Toradex is thrilled to announce the arrival of the newest member in its Apalis family of computer-on-modules, the Apalis iMX6. The module is based on Freescale i.MX 6 series of SoC, and offers an operating frequency of up to 1.2 GHz. Apart from the benefits of long term product availability (of more than 10 years), and compatibility with the existing Apalis T30 module, this module is also qualified for industrial temperature range -40° C to 85° C.
Thanks to our engineers, who have been working extensively on the Toradex developer website, we are delighted to present detailed and comprehensive articles on how to use Toradex libraries and interfaces like SPI, PWM, ADC, I2C, UART in VCSharp.
We are very pleased to announce that Toradex has released the first Windows Embedded Compact image for the Colibri VF50 as well as the Colibri VF61 modules. The images are the first alpha versions and were released more as a way to give early-adopters a chance to test and develop their software on the Vybrid platform.