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Control And Communicate With Arduino Device In This Innovative Software Built In Delphi

Mitov Software is specialized in the development of high-performance software and Data Flow solutions for Delphi and C++Builder, VCL, and FireMonkey involving: 

  • Video Processing 
  • Audio Processing 
  • Digital Signal Processing 
  • Real-Time Data Acquisition 
  • Communications 
  • Process Control 
  • Computer Vision 
  • Artificial Intelligence 
  • Data Visualization 
  • Visual Instrumentation 
  • Parallel and Grid Computing 
  • Hardware Control

In this webinar, you can find out how to utilize Mitov Softwares and Arduino controlling/communication with Delphi. Furthermore, you can learn how to program your Arduino boards with a visual programming environment called Visuino. Visuino is the latest innovative software from Mitov Software. Currently, it supports the official Arduino boards, Raspberry Pi, Teensy, Femto IO, ESP8266, ESP32, Controllino, Goldilocks Analogue, FreeSoC2, chipKIT, micro:bit, Maple Mini, and a number of Arduino clones

Features of the Visuino:

  • Drag and drop ready to use components for controlling common Arduino sensors and modules
  • Easy to use multichannel serial communication
  • Automatic configuration of the pins of all standard Arduino boards
  • Built-in Scope, and instrumentation panel for visualization of the received data from the sensors.

Be sure to watch the entire session where you can find out how Arduino boards are used in many places and learn more Mitov Software here!

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Software Developer | CS(CyberSec) Undergrad at APU Malaysia | Delphi/C++ Builder Enthusiast | Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador | Microsoft Azure Certified

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