This tutorial demonstrates how to use an UP Squared* board together with the Arduino Create* IDE to publish messages (sensor data) via MQTT, a messaging protocol suited for IoT applications, to the Amazon Web Services (AWS)* cloud platform.
After you set up an Amazon Web Services (AWS) account and follow along with the detailed tutorial steps in GitHub* to register and create a certificate for a Thing (a representation of a cloud device), you’ll run a sketch in Arduino Create that reads data from a rotary angle sensor and sends it to AWS. Published messages (sensor data) can be viewed through the AWS IoT MQTT Client.
From this code sample tutorial you’ll learn how to:
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