Explore different machine learning methods in the cloud and at the edge.
Gather environmental data and establish a data pipeline to the Google Cloud Platform service using an Intel® NUC.
Get an overview of how to send sensor data from an Intel® IoT Gateway to the Google Cloud Platform using Python*.
Learn how to set up Google Cloud Platform service using certificates, a pub/sub subscription, and creating a core IoT subscription.
Review the steps for adding the IoT cloud repository to your Intel® IoT Gateway. You can also learn how to use Node-RED* to connect to the Google Cloud Platform.
Learn to gather, analyze, and visualize data using tools from Intel and Google.
Learn about text-to-speech and speech analysis using machine learning APIs from Google. Leverage the power of cutting-edge neural networks for your projects quickly and easily. It includes a demo and code of an example project.
Build innovative prototypes and take them to production-ready products with this collection of hardware and software options. The developer kit includes:
- Intel® IoT Gateway Technology
- Cloud connectors to enable analytics
- Development boards and starter kits
- IDEs to support a variety of programming languages
- Libraries to support I/O and sensor interactions
- UPM sensor library
GOOGLE CLOUD PLATFORM SERVICE
Cloud IoT Core is a fully managed service that allows you to easily and securely connect, manage, and ingest data from millions of globally dispersed devices. In combination with other services on Google Cloud IoT platform, Cloud IoT Core provides a complete solution for collecting, processing, analyzing, and visualizing IoT data in real time to support improved operational efficiency.
Leverage Google's open-source infrastructure, security, and machine learning to go from prototype to production and onto the Google Cloud Platform service.
This set of tools contains gcloud, gsutil, and bq, which you can use to access products and services from the command line, such as the Google Compute Engine* service, Google Cloud Storage* service, and Google BigQuery. Run these tools interactively or in your automated scripts.