When you connect Internet of Things (IoT) devices (devices that support Intel microcontrollers such as the Intel® Edison board, Intel® Curie™ Compute Module, and Intel® IoT gateways) to the IBM Watson* IoT Platform, you can rapidly build IoT apps that realize your IoT use case. This article provides guidelines to help you make just such a connection to your Watson IoT Platform environment.
We are pleased to announce 20 how-to Intel® IoT Technology code samples in Java. These applications are part of a series of how-to Intel® IoT Technology code sample exercises using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit, a compatible Intel® IoT Platform, APIs, and other technologies, and are designed for anyone interested in learning IoT development.
Celebrating the FIRST EVER Global IoT DevFest! Registration is Still Open to Watch Replays! ATTENTION – There’s still time to sign up for the latest edition of our Intel Global IoT DevFest II on Nov 7-8th 2017.
Ubuntu* Core is a version of the Ubuntu Linux* distribution modified for use on IoT devices. It employs a "snap" packaging system, originally developed for Ubuntu Mobile Devices, and brings many phone “features” to the IoT developer.
Microsoft Azure* paired with the Intel® IoT Developer Kit provides developers with a full set of development tools – from the edge to the cloud.
This range finder scanner application is part of a series of how-to Internet of Things (IoT) code sample exercises using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit, and a compatible Intel® IoT Platform, cloud platforms, APIs, and other technologies.
Intel has been developing SoM (SoC on module or System on module) for a while and with the Intel® Joule™ module and Intel® Edison module you can easily create your own daughterboard/baseboard easil