welcome to pi3g

your european partner for raspberry pi & machine learning

We are a Raspberry Pi approved reseller, and one of only two Pi Zero W distributors in Germany. With our strong technical background we are a solid choice as your partner for anything Raspberry Pi related in Germany, Europe and beyond.

Starting in 2020 we have also become one of Google's select worldwide partners for distribution of their Coral.AI lineup. We believe artificial intelligence / machine learning is the way forward in the future.

Get in touch with us today, to see how your business can benefit from single board computing and embedded machine learning - go beyond and way ahead of your competition.

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the story behind pi3g

Back in 2012 the story of Maximilian and the Raspberry Pi started. He was excited when he got his first Pi and also saw the great potential for further development in it.
Then PiCockpit was born to make using and managing the Pi easier and more accessible for everyone.
Maximilian has always been interested in computers and believed that they are a lever to improve everything in the world - for example in medicine.
Over the years, Maximilian's work has grown and new fields of expertise have emerged...

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In our blog you can expect blog posts about technology and business topics, of course about the Raspberry Pi, but also a wide variety of topics related to Industrie 4.0, IoT, and machine learning - for example about the popular MQTT protocol, Python and Linux embedded development, and much more. Blog entries are not scheduled and not in particular order - the topics are an eclectic mix of what comes up in real life of a company engaged in machine learning & Raspberry Pi embedded adventures.

We are happy to write about special topics that are not so well-documented elsewhere.
If you have any suggestions, we are happy to discuss current topics with you and are always ready to brainstorm workable solutions with you.

Please feel free to contact us 🙂

Updating Variant Images in Shopify using CSV

By darling | 2021-10-27

Shopify has a possibility to update fields using a CSV file. This is useful if you want to update a lot of images. Shopify will download these images from a remote server if necessary, so you can provide URLs of your choice. You only need to provide the values you want to update, along with…

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Splitting envoy envoy.yaml configuration into multiple files (Docker only)

By Maximilian Batz | 2021-08-22

I am handling four different ports / cases with Envoy: IPv6 http IPv4 http IPv6 https IPv4 https For IPv6 and IPv4 the configuration is the same, whereas for http there is a different configuration than for https. To realize this, I have split my envoy configuration into several snippets, and add them together during…

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Synchronizing file uploads between browser windows

By Maximilian Batz | 2021-08-14

For PiCockpit, I am currently developing the Digital Nose app. This app requires an upload for the BSEC configuration file – which is binary data. Once the user uploads the file, it gets published via MQTT, and picockpit-client can use it to configure the BSEC AI algorithm to do gas detection. Here is a little…

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How to restore images for a Shopify product you’ve overwritten accidentally by CSV file

By Maximilian Batz | 2021-08-06

Problem: (wrong handling of CSV files) Yesterday I wanted to bulk-edit products in Shopify, and to change the vendor. I used LibreOffice to select just the rows with the vendor in it, updated it, and uploaded only these updated rows as a new CSV to Shopify. The result was that Shopify dropped many variants, and…

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