UnigranRio University from Brasil has implemented Javonet in their interesting project which assumed the communication and data retrieval from the worldwide famous Arduino boards. We are excited to find out more about this usage scenario!
The Arduino company provides the Boards, Modules (a smaller form-factor of classic boards), Shields (elements that can be plugged onto a board to give it extra features), and Kits that allow for building custom solutions that include both computer programming, electronics and hardware assembly.
Their products are grouped into experience levels so that every user (from the beginner to the advanced ones) can choose the right model to utilize in their builds. There are many fascinating solutions delivered by Arduino among which we can find such boards like wearables or IoT. These are very up to date and trendy fields these days.
There are available both on-line and downloadable software solutions provided by Arduino which can assist all the users in getting started and developing their projects further.
Javonet is a perfect match for this kind of projects. This is because of the fact that it can allow for cross-technology communication in many different ways. Regardless of the scenario Javonet can prove its efficiency in high volume, quick data exchange. The easy communication with C++ from Java can allow for the development of the projects where there is Java required to control the boards. Javonet can process up to 250 000 method calls per second so the real time data exchange is not an issue. Although the Arduino is already a cross-technological solution there are undoubtedly many areas where the native integration between C++/COM/C# and Java will be the only chance of accomplishing the project’s goals.
Our Javonet lab team is working on some fascinating examples of the usage of Javonet in the scope of Arduinos boards. We will publish our results soon!