Transition from using the Arduino Create* framework to using a full-featured production IDE like Intel® System Studio for your UP Squared* Grove IoT Development Kit project.
Explore a proof of concept (POC) vending machine that leverages the complete device lifecycle management capabilities of the Wind River Helix* Device Cloud and allows monitoring and automatic restocking
Learn about AWS Greengrass* software, how to set it up, download, and run it on the UP Squared* board.
Watch this video to learn more about cyber-physical systems including industrial sensors, actuators, and protocols.
This code sample tutorial will teach you how to set up your AWS account, run a sketch in Arduino Create* that reads data from a rotary angle sensor and sends it to AWS, which can then be viewed through the AWS IoT MQTT Client.
A streamlined smart sensor solution from Levaux* running on an Intel® architecture-based IoT gateway delivers the value of edge-to-cloud insight for smart building management.
Learn how to send Short Message Service (SMS) messages to your phone using a Twilio* phone number on the UP Squared* board with Ubuntu*.
Create an IoT Hub for communication between the Microsoft Azure* cloud platform and your UP Squared* device. Set up an application for viewing data, and then run a sketch in Arduino Create* that reads data from a rotary angle sensor and sends it to Microsoft Azure.
Learn more about how FPGAs (field programmable gate arrays) can boost system performance by using hardware to process computationally complex algorithms.
Learn more about blockchain and Sawtooth, Intel’s contribution to Hyperledger, a collaborative effort hosted by the Linux Foundation to exchange ideas and implementations of enterprise level blockchain software. Sawtooth is an implementation of a blockchain.
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