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.
I will use the ARM CPU in my instrumentation class (we also use Arduino), with senior theses in Physics and Atmospheric Sciences.
I'm also testing them for use in my photo acoustic instrumentation and sun photometers where we need to have control, calculation and lock-in amplification.
—W. Patrick A.,
University of Nevada-Reno
Coridium’s 32-bit ARM products enable rapid plug-and-play deployment and robust performance, multiple-times faster than previous-generation processors.
Our chips and boards provide IEEE 754 floating-point support.
Coridium devices create USB and network-enabled, embedded controllers for industrial automation and data acquisition applications that are low cost and easy to use.
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