Sensors that provide data are the key to delivering the IoT promise. Now developers can take advantage of the UPM sensor libraries to greatly accelerate the development of their IoT projects and to eliminate the need to write their own libraries.
Learn more about three major phases of IoT: connecting the unconnected, creating smart and connected things, and building a software-defined autonomous world.
Learn how to use an Intel® NUC to connect sensors on an Arduino 101* (branded Genuino 101* in some countries) to the Google Cloud Platform* service.
Discover how a gateway keeps data at the edge instead of transferring it to the cloud. This project counts people by using OpenCV* to analyze an IP camera web stream.
Create a range finding scanner using an Intel® Edison board or Intel® IoT Gateway. When finished the scanner will continuously check the Grove* IR Distance Interrupter, move the stepper motor in a 360-degree circle and will be able to be accessed via the built-in web interface to view data.
Discover ways in which you can use the Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller D2000 in your designs.
Introduction to the Zephyr* Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) with the Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller D2000
The Intel® Quark™ microcontroller D2000, based on Intel’s lowest power Pentium® processor, is designed to control battery-powered electronics like wireless sensors and wearables. Learn how to configure the Zephyr* RTOS with the microcontroller.
Use the Intel® IoT Developer Kit to connect your Intel® IoT Gateway to sensor or edge devices. Program user applications for the gateway using Intel IoT Developer Kit tools, such as the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition and Intel® XDK.
Create a small-scale autonomuous vehicle with remote surveillance using the Intel® Edison platform.
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