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Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller Developer Kit D2000 Accelerometer and PWM: Lab Guide

The purpose of this lab is to show how to program the Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller D2000 PWM module and Bosch* BMC150 accelerometer integrated in the Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller Developer Kit D2000 board, using Quark Microcontroller Software Interface (QMSI) and Intel® System Studio 2016 for Microcontrollers.
  • Internet of Things
  • C/C++
  • Intermediate
  • Intel® System Studio for Microcontrollers
  • Adding a Button and LED to your Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller Developer Kit D2000

    The purpose of this lab is to provide an introduction to the programming of the Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller D2000 using Intel® System Studio 2016 for Microcontrollers. The project used in this lab is a Button and LED sample. This sample demonstrates using D2000 GPIO capabilities, including input, output, and interrupts. The sample uses the on-board user LED and user switch present on the Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller Developer Kit D2000 board. When the switch is pressed, the LED lights up.
  • Microsoft Windows* (XP, Vista, 7)
  • Microsoft Windows* 10
  • Microsoft Windows* 8.x
  • Internet of Things
  • C/C++
  • Intel® System Studio for Microcontrollers
  • Using Bluetooth® Low Energy Technology with the Arduino 101* (branded Genuino 101* in some countries) Board

    Bluetooth® low energy technology (also known as Bluetooth® LE) is a low-power, short-range wireless communication technology that is ideal for use on the Internet of Things or IoT. The Arduino 101* (branded Genuino 101* in some countries) board includes on-board Bluetooth® low energy technology to enable developers to interact with Bluetooth® enabled devices such as phones and tablets. In this tutorial, we'll set up a Bluetooth® low energy technology blood pressure monitoring system to demonstrate the Bluetooth LE capabilities of the Arduino 101 on Android*.
  • Arduino
  • Internet of Things
  • Intermediate
  • Bluetooth*
  • Sensors
  • Control Robots Using Cylon.js* and the Intel® Edison Board

    The Intel® Edison board is a powerful, new, single-board computer capable of handling broad-spectrum of Internet of Things (IoT) applications, from small to reliable industrial projects. Using the JavaScript* framework Cylon.js*, you can control different robotic components easily in a web-based interface. To do so, you need a basic robot kit that has two direct-current (DC) motors controlled and powered only by the board: There’s no need for extra hardware, which makes the project easy to set up.

  • Internet of Things
  • Node.js*
  • Beginner
  • Intel® XDK
  • Cylon.js
  • robotics
  • Sensors
  • Efficient SIMD in Animation with SIMD Data Layout Templates (SDLT) and Data Preconditioning

    In this paper, we walk through a 3D Animation algorithm example and describe some techniques and methodologies that may benefit your next vectorization endeavors. We also integrate the algorithm with SIMD Data Layout Templates (SDLT), which is a feature of Intel® C++ Compiler, to improve data layout and SIMD efficiency. Includes code sample.
  • Modern Code
  • C/C++
  • SDLT
  • Vectorization
  • Getting Started With Node-­RED* and RFID on Intel® IoT Gateways

    Node-­RED* is a tool for wiring together hardware devices, APIs and online services in new and interesting ways. Node­-RED provides a browse-r­based flow editor that makes it easy to wire together flows using the wide range nodes in the palette.
  • Partners
  • Professional
  • Internet of Things
  • Intermediate
  • RFID
  • SparkFun
  • Sensors
  • Getting Started With Node-RED* and Texas Instruments SensorTag*

    Node-RED* is a tool for wiring together hardware devices, APIs and online services in new and interesting ways. Node-RED provides a browser-based flow editor that makes it easy to wire together flows using the wide range nodes in the palette. Flows can be then deployed to the runtime in a single click.
  • Partners
  • Professional
  • Internet of Things
  • Node.js*
  • Intermediate
  • SensorTag
  • Sensors
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