This tutorial demonstrates how to use an UP Squared* board together with the Arduino Create* IDE to send sensor data with MQTT (a messaging protocol suited for IoT applications) to the Microsoft Azure* cloud platform.
Follow along with this tutorial to learn how to:
You’ll create an IoT Hub to enable communication between the Microsoft Azure* cloud platform and your UP Squared device, set up an application (the Device Explorer GUI on Windows*) for viewing data, and then run a sketch in Arduino Create (.ino file) that reads data from a rotary angle sensor and sends it to Microsoft Azure. You can then view the data being sent with MQTT through the Device Explorer from Microsoft*.
You can sign up for a free trial here.
To enable communication between the cloud platform (Microsoft Azure) and your UP Squared, create an IoT Hub through the Azure portal.
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