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Hello guys. I need some advice regarding a little project. Basically I want to monitoring in real time the quantity o products from a shelf and when the qty is low to send a notification to a web app or eventually calling an api endpoint. My problem is I don’t know what hardware to use. If nicla vision is good for this kind of project or going to raspberry pi. [...]

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