Arduino has edited a special edition of Elektor Magazine - and we're giving away the digital version for only €1 for a limited time

Arduino has edited a special edition of Elektor Magazine – and we’re giving away the digital version for only €1 for a limited time

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Celebrating the one-of-a-kind Elektor edited by Arduino

You can rely on Elektor for solutions and insights to all of your electronics challenges. Elektor breaks the magazine’s chains. It’s a community of energetic electronic engineers – from beginners to professionals – eager to learn, make, design and earn amazing electronics. Every issue of Elektor Magazine is loaded with the latest news, opinions, real-world lab tests, and high-quality DIY build projects.

For serious Arduino fans and those who are eager to know more about it

In this issue, you’ll find interviews with members of the Arduino community, special projects we – at Arduino – do in our spare time, and real-life examples of how the Arduino community has helped make the connected world a better place. This is just a small part of everything that’s happened since Arduino started at Ivrea in 2005. We hope you like the stories and projects we’ve handpicked for you. And remember: sharing means caring!” – David Quarteles

What can you expect from this special, extra thick edition Elector magazine?


  • MicroPython enters the world of Arduino
  • Connected Projects, Simplified: Dive into the Arduino Cloud
  • Introduction to TinyML: Big isn’t always better
  • Writing Arduino sketches just got better: Arduino IDE 2.0
  • Getting started with Portenta X8: Managing software securely with containers
  • Create, deploy, and maintain secure, scalable applications: with Arduino Portenta X8 featuring NXP’s i.MX 8M widget processor and EdgeLock SE050 secure element
  • Go pro with Arduino Pro
  • Smart ovens are leaping into the future
  • Tagvance builds safer construction sites with Arduino
  • Santagostino breathes easy: with remote monitoring that leverages AI for predictive maintenance
  • Security flies at high speed with the MKR-based solution from RIoT Secure
  • Open source brings a new generation of water: management to the world
  • Mozzi Arduino Audio Synthesis Library: Insights from Tim Barrass
  • The new Portenta X8 (with Linux!) and Max Carrier redefine what’s possible
  • How using Arduino helps students build future skills
  • Essential items for your electronic workspace
  • The importance of robots in education
  • Reliable Internet of Things based on LoRa
  • Art with Arduino: Inspirational Insights from Artists and Designers


  • Arduino Portenta Machine Control and Arduino Portenta H7: Pilot Project for CAN-to-MQTT Gateway
  • How do I automate my home?: Arduino CEO Fabio Violante shares solutions
  • Altair 8800 emulator: hardware emulation of an old computer
  • MS-DOS on Portenta H7: Run old school software on contemporary hardware
  • grow your own: a single-box digitally controlled solution for indoor cultivation
  • Save the planet with home automation? MQTT on Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect
  • Sensu: Detecting deforestation by acoustic analysis
  • 8-bit games with Arduboy
  • Reducing water use in horse riding arenasAn IoT solution to continuously monitor soil moisture and temperature levels
  • Panettone ProjectSourdough maintenance and management system
  • Space invaders with Arduino

The 140-page magazine is available for download from Elektor – Simply click here And add the code ARDUINOGIFT to get your copy at the special price of €1.

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