Embedded World Showcases New Intel® IoT Dev Tools that Reduce Complexity and Accelerate Prototyping 

In late February more than 30,000 of the world’s IoT innovators, decision-makers and influencers will converge on Nuremburg, Germany for Embedded World 2018.  It will be their opportunity to lay hands on the next generation of powerful IoT developer tools and technologies from Intel.  All are designed to shorten development timelines, reduce coding complexity for embedded devices, and enable new Intel-based market-ready solutions and RFP kits.  

At Embedded World, Intel® Software is showcasing a new suite of IoT development tools, enabling teams to prototype, optimize and commercialize their best applications for edge to cloud computing. 



The Rollout Begins with an Industrial IoT Workshop

Embedded World 2018 starts a day early for enterprise IoT developers who want to experience the latest Intel dev tools.  

On Feb. 26, Intel is hosting a pre-conference industrial IoT workshop to explore Industry 4.0 technologies and how to implement them.  Through face-to-face engagement and hands-on labs, the Industrial IoT workshop will feature the UP Squared* Grove* IoT Dev Kit, Arduino Create*, and Intel® System Studio. 

By the end of the workshop, attendees will possess the knowledge to confidently produce their own reference kits, including hardware, software and services, for targeted use cases and market-ready IoT vertical solutions.  

A Showcase of IoT Development Solutions for Embedded

Embedded World participants don’t need to attend the workshop to experience the range of easy-to-use IoT developer resources showcased at the conference.  All are designed to help accelerate IoT prototyping and deployment for embedded devices, including:

Intel® System Studio:  This all-in-one, cross-platform development tool suite simplifies system bring-up and boosts application performance, power efficiency and more for IoT solutions and devices running on Intel® platforms.  Includes a compiler, highly-tuned libraries, analyzers and debug tools.  Access advanced cloud connectors and 400+ sensors. Get the free download. 

UP Squared* Grove* IoT Development Kit: Bundled in a single package, this high-performance kit features simple setup and configuration with pre-installed Ubuntu* OS, expanded I/O to help with rapid prototyping, and a means to incorporate complex and advanced libraries intuitively.


Arduino Create*:  Arduino Create is an integrated online platform that enables developers to write code, access content, configure boards, and share projects. Arduino Create recently announced support for Intel platforms for IoT as well as the UP Squared Grove IoT Development Kit.  Read the Arduino announcement.


Intel® Secure Device Onboard:  Intel® SDO is a new service that vastly accelerates trusted onboarding of IoT devices with a zero-touch, automated process.  Presenters will onboard a smart video camera to a partner Device Authority’s KeyScaler* IoT identity management solution.  Get the details here.


Face Access Control Reference Implementation:  Using state-of-the-art algorithms to detect and register a person’s facial image into a database, the application recognizes known users entering a designated area and grants access if their face matches an image in the database.  Find out more.


People Counter Reference Implementation:  A DSS/Smart Video reference implementation using Face Access Control, People Counter helps count the people it detects in designated area.  Learn more.

An IoT Presence Beyond Embedded World

These IoT developer tools are just a part of Intel’s commitment to offer developer technologies and solutions for advanced computing and analytics spanning the entire IoT landscape – from edge to network to cloud.  Through its Embedded World demos, pre-event workshops and other engagements, Intel promotes IoT development tools for scalable, secure technologies that enable the creation of a more intelligent world.

Visit the Intel® Software Developer Zone for IoT to learn more about the UP Squared* Grove* Iot Dev Kit, Arduino Create*, and Intel® System Studio.

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