Over recent years there have been many discussions about smart homes. A great number of startups are created in line with this concept. Glass houses with virtual control panels as in futuristic films instantly come to mind. However, everything can indeed be much simpler and the ordinary apartment can also be partially or fully converted into a smart home.
The framework supports all popular desktop and operating systems and is in the top five of the global unofficial ranking of cross-platform and hybrid development tools.
The most interesting thing about QT is the 100% fit of this framework for developing software for Embedded Devices both with and without user interface.
QT works efficiently enough with memory in order to be responsive even on slow processors and to be able to provide sharp and vivid graphics on many displays.
QT allows you to create high-performance embedded systems with 2D/3D UI, design, deploy and test them on your target hardware.
QT IDE for embedded devices:
There are also other advantages of applying the cross-platform QT framework to an Embedded project.
Operating system, native API, available tools
No need to write every line of code manually
A lot of portable tools of general purpose, such as:
Since our company has extensive experience in Embedded development, we have created a sufficient number of projects precisely on the QT platform.
One of the most fascinating projects is Scanning Suitcase.
Scanning suitcase is a device that is used in fields during harvesting. Its main function is to identify pickers, harvest and pack time. All collected data is uploaded to the cloud.
The following technologies were used in order to create this project:
Raspberry Pi C++ Java QT Android IOS HTTP BLE NFC RestFull API AWS EC2