This topic provides resources for embedded software and hardware developers integrating sensors, processors and connectivity into their designs.
To support embedded/IoT cost-effectiveness resulting in strong technical constraints, Java platforms for embedded/IoT/wearable devices need to follow a set of requirements that make them unique compared to Java implementations on other systems.
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