Trending on IoT: Our Most Popular Developer Stories for January

Smart Transportation Robots

Smart Transportation Robots Streamline Manufacturing Operations

Understand how autonomous mobile robots work and how they can enable you to successfully meet your manufacturing business needs.

Smart Building

Relayr* “Any to Any” Connectivity Transforms Smart Buildings

With Intel® technology and the Relayr* innovative software stack solution, you can connect anything to anything, enabling buildings to reap the benefits of smart capabilities.

Computer Vision

Visions of Clouds: Computer Vision Demonstration

Learn about computer vision on the edge and in the cloud. View the Python* sample code and a demonstration of face recognition.

UP Squared* Grove* IoT Development Kit

IoT Developer Show – UP Squared* Grove* IoT Development Kit

Get started with the new UP Squared* Grove* IoT Development Kit and learn about the latest release of Intel® System Studio 2018.

From Path to Prototype

Move from Product to Prototype Faster

The pressures to remain current as a software developer are real. Dinyar Dastoor, a software engineer for Intel® System Studio, gives you some real-world tips and tricks to help you stay ahead.

IoT Device Design

IoT 101 Series, Part 1: Introduction to Designing IoT Devices

Discover what is important to consider and what is imperative to implement when creating a successful IoT device.

IoT Designs

IoT 101 Series, Part 2 : Technology and Design of IoT Devices

Continuing the IoT 101 Series, learn how product appearance can affect the outcome of the IoT design.

Flexible IoT Platforms

A Flexible New IoT Platform Empowers Enterprise Applications

A new lightweight IoT platform developed by Infiswift* helps developers to seamlessly connect products to each other and to the cloud.

Intel® System Studio

Get Started with Samples in Intel® System Studio

Watch this video to create a new IoT project using a Docker* container. You will follow steps on how to create a new connection to your target device and how to use that connection to run the application remotely.

Configure Remote Access

Configure Remote Access for Intel® VTune™ Amplifier Using Cygwin*

Capture performance data on a remote Linux* device by configuring Intel® VTune™ Amplifier (included in specific versions of the Intel® System Studio) using Cygwin*.

Intel® Developer Zone experts, Intel® Software Innovators, and Intel® Black Belt Software Developers contribute hundreds of helpful articles and blog posts every month. From code samples to how-to guides, we gather the most popular software developer stories in one place each month so you don’t miss a thing.  Miss last month?  Read it here. 

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