Google assistant, Google DialogFlow, Amazon Alexa and internet radio demo code for ESP32-ADF are uploaded on GitHub

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Some demo codes for ESP32-ADF are now uploaded on the GitHub.

Google Assistant demo will allow you to build your very own Google Assistant speaker, display and to integrate these services in your future product.

Internet Radio is preliminary and we still work on the UI to be uploaded later this week.

Amazon Alexa is the GA competitor and you can embed it with your Home assistant and automate your home.

Google Dialogflow is easy way to use Google AI in your products and make them voice controllable. It builds voice to text service and you will receive plain text delivered from the voice the device listen to. This way you can add voice control to every of your products. All you need is internet connection.

The SIP phone demo is also to be uploaded later this week.

Amazon Australia now keep stock of our popular boards and offers next day delivery!

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Amazon Australia now stock some of our very popular boards and our customers there benefit from next day delivery!

New board from Espressif in stock – ESP32-LyraTD-MSC for Baidu DuerOS and Amazon AVS Alexa

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ESP32-LyraTD-MSC is the newest IoT audio processing board from Espressif which supports Baidu DuerOS and Amazon Voice Service (Alexa).

The board has these features:

  • ESP32-WROOVER
  • DSP voice processor
  • micro SD
  • JTAG port
  • USB debug
  • USB power supply connector
  • two speakers connectors
  • LiPo battery management
  • 3 microphones

The documentation is on Espressif web site.

We got limited quantity from the very first manufactured lot.

Amazon FreeRTOS IoT ported on STM32-E407 board

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Amazon announced few weeks ago about their AWS stack support for FreeRTOS. As their development kit is not yet shipping, Roedan Embedded Systems decided to fork their GitHub repo and port to available boards like STM32-E407.

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