Embedded projects platform hosts over one million designs based on 1500+ Click boards

14-12-2023 | Mikroelektronika | Industrial

MikroElektronika has unveiled EmbeddedWiki – the world's largest embedded projects platform that details over 1,000,000 projects based on 1500+ Click™ boards.

The platform covers 12 topics and 92 applications. Each design includes a full description of the project and a list of required parts. The user then selects their preferred MCU, and they will receive 100% validated, working code.

Explains Nebojsa Matic, CEO of MIKROE: "Everything is on the internet, but it takes a lot of time to find the exact information required. And it is hard to be certain that the information found is 100% correct. Designers can spend hours researching and still end up with an approach that may not be accurate or doesn't work. Our solution is EmbeddedWiki. For four years, we have been developing this huge resource library of over one million projects, each of which delivers all an engineer needs to make that design."

Launching on a symbolically important day for the company's founding anniversary – the topics covered in EmbeddedWiki include: Audio and Voice: Clock and Timing; Display and LED; HMI; Interface; Mixed Signal; Motor Control; Power Management; Sensors; Storage; and Wireless Connectivity. Within these general categories reside sub-categories to help identify projects and 10s or 100s of thousands of designs. Filters guide the user through the MCU, Click board and development board selection.

EmbeddedWiki is powered by the company's own AI, so new projects are constantly being added. Currently, the total stands at 1,000,318 embedded projects – all with fully working code – but that number is constantly increasing.

Concludes Matic: "MIKROE has dedicated itself to saving time through the use of standardization in the embedded industry for 22 years. Whether you're a novice working on your first project or a seasoned professional on your 101st, EmbeddedWiki ensures project completion with satisfaction, eliminating unnecessary time wastage."


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