Raspberry Pi Technology by Simon J. CoxRaspberry Pi Technology by Simon J. Cox

Raspberry Pi Technology

Guest editorSimon J. Cox, Steven J. Johnston

Paperback | November 20, 2017

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The Raspberry Pi Foundation aims to promote the teaching of Computer Science and released the first Raspberry Pi device in February 2012. It is often referred to as a Single Board Computer (SBC), meaning that it runs a full operating system and has sufficient peripherals to start execution without additional hardware.

Although other Single Board Computers (SBC) existed before, the Raspberry Pi Foundation made the SBC accessible to almost anyone, introducing not just a low-cost computer, but one that can bridge the gap to the physical world via standard electronic interfaces; controlled programmatically from the operating system. This has led to the popularity of the Raspberry Pi, not only in education but with industry, hobbyists, prototype builders, gamers and the curious, and it has enabled people to experiment in new ways. In this book, we show how the Raspberry Pi is being used for specific research prototypes; to construct testbeds; applied to Internet of Things applications, as well as educational contexts.

Title:Raspberry Pi TechnologyFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:304 pages, 9.61 × 6.69 × 0.83 inShipping dimensions:9.61 × 6.69 × 0.83 inPublished:November 20, 2017Publisher:MDPI AGLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3038425796

ISBN - 13:9783038425793


Table of Contents

1) The Raspberry Pi: A Technology Disrupter, and the Enabler of Dreams
2) Educational Programming on the Raspberry Pi
3) Raspberry Pi: An Effective Vehicle in Teaching the Internet of Things in Computer Science and Engineering
4) Developing an Affordable and Portable Control Systems Laboratory Kit with a Raspberry Pi
5) On the Application of the Raspberry Pi as an Advanced Acoustic Sensor Network for Noise Monitoring
6)Building IoT Applications with Raspberry Pi and Low Power IQRF Communication Modules
7) Erica the Rhino: A Case Study in Using Raspberry Pi Single Board Computers for Interactive Art
8) A Raspberry Pi Cluster Instrumented for Fine-Grained Power Measurement
9) A Miniature Data Repository on a Raspberry Pi
10) Easy as Pi: A Network Coding Raspberry Pi Testbed
11) On Goodput and Energy Measurements of Network Coding Schemes in the Raspberry Pi
12) Understanding the Performance of Low Power Raspberry Pi Cloud for Big Data
13) A Raspberry Pi Based Portable Endoscopic 3D Measurement System
14) Monitoring and Analyzing of Circadian and Ultradian Locomotor Activity Based on Raspberry-Pi
15) A New Power Quality Instrument Based on Raspberry-Pi
16) Low Delay Video Streaming on the Internet of Things Using Raspberry Pi
17) Universal Safety Distance Alert Device for Road Vehicles
18) AgPi: Agents on Raspberry Pi
19) Wearable Multimodal Skin Sensing for the Diabetic Foot