Analyze your Raspberry Pi’s Network with PiDoctor

Raspberry Pi computers have become a staple in various industries due to their compact size and cost-effectiveness. If your Raspberry Pi’s functionality requires a strong and reliable network connection, then our PiDoctor app is for you! In this article, I want to focus on the technical benefits for businesses and industries of PiDoctor’s network and…

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Use a Raspberry Pi & BME688 to Measure Indoor Air Quality

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Whether at home or in the office, your indoor air quality can affect your productivity. By attaching a BME688 sensor board to your Raspberry Pi, you can monitor your indoor air quality with ease! If you’re not familiar with the BME688 sensor board, allow to me to start off with a brief description. The BME688…

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PiCockpit now available on Bookworm OS

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This holiday season, we have more exciting news for Raspberry Pi users. In addition to the recent releases of PiCockpit Pro and PiCockpit Pro Plus, we are thrilled to announce the availability of PiCockpit for Bookworm OS. What’s New? With PiCockpit for Bookworm OS, you can now elevate your Raspberry Pi experience on the latest…

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Everything about Raspberry Pi in 10 Minutes

Here’s a video that goes over everything about Raspberry Pi in fewer than 10 minutes: For more information, be sure to check out our other articles about Raspberry Pi and subscribe to the PiCockpit Newsletter.

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An Overview of MQTT

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In the ever-evolving landscape of Internet of Things (IoT) and real-time communication protocols, MQTT has emerged as a powerful and versatile solution. MQTT, which used to be an acronym for Message Queue Telemetry Transport (more on that below), is a lightweight and efficient messaging protocol designed for resource-constrained devices and unreliable networks. So in this…

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Why is my Raspberry Pi so slow?

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It’s a tale as old as time (or at least as old as 2012). You receive your sleek new Raspberry Pi in its little paper packaging. You pull it out, flash your SD card, and plug that sucker in. Before you know it though, you’re rushing to the internet to answer one very pressing question:…

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Reserve your Raspberry Pi today

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Raspberry Pis have been out of stock for a long time but we have created a new reservation tool in PiCockpit that allows you to reserve your Raspberry Pi 4. Here’s what you can reserve: The reservations are processed in order. If you need more than one device for business, educational or industrial use, please…

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Control your Raspberry Pi Remotely

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There are many ways to remotely control your Raspberry Pi. Do you want to be able to control it as if you were in front of your Raspberry Pi? Or do you want to control its GPIO pins? Remote control can mean using your Raspberry Pi as if you were on the device itself. In…

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Teach your BME688 how to smell

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A complete guide on how to train your BME688 sensor Hi fellow tech enthusiasts! Bosch released the BME688, an awesome new sensor that can distinguish up to four different scents. This guide will explain all the details of teaching your BME688 how to distinguish smells. Don’t worry if you are new to AI or Python.…

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BME688 DigitalNose App released

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As of today, PiCockpit users will find a new App in their dashboard: BME688 DigitalNose This brings PiCockpit to the new version 2.2.0 – your picockpit-client should at least have version 2.2.0, or higher to be able to use this app. This app will allow you to use your BME688 sensor in smell detection mode…

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