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IoT Enabled Concussion Detection System with Intel® Edison Module

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Using the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition with the Intel® Joule™ Module from Using the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition with the Intel® Joule™ Module

This guide contains steps to work with Internet of Things (IoT) projects in C/C++, using the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition (formerly the Intel® IoT Developer Kit version of Eclipse*). The Intel System Studio IoT Edition is a plug-in for Eclipse* that allows you to connect to, update, and program IoT projects on a compatible board. You can create C/C++ projects, add...

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What's new in the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition from Using the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition with the Intel® Joule™ Module

This section contains a summary of the latest new features in the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition (formerly the Intel® IoT Developer Kit version of Eclipse*).

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Installing the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition from Using the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition with the Intel® Joule™ Module

This guide explains how to install the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition on a host system with Windows*, Mac* OS X*, or Linux*.

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Blinking an LED using C/C++ from Using the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition with the Intel® Joule™ Module

This guide will teach you how to run a sample sketch to blink an LED on your IoT board using the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition. These instructions are geared toward the Intel® Edison module with the Arduino* expansion board or the Intel® Galileo board. For steps for Intel® IoT gateways, see Getting Started with Intel® IoT Gateways with Intel® IoT Developer Kit 3.5. For...

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Creating a new IoT C/C++ project from Using the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition with the Intel® Joule™ Module

This topic contains steps to create a new IoT project in the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition for the Intel® Edison board, Intel® Galileo board, or Minnowboard MAX board.

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Creating a new IoT Cloud C/C++ project from Using the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition with the Intel® Joule™ Module

You can create a new C or C++ project that sends data from your board to the cloud. Intel® System Studio IoT Edition provides several examples that make use of IBM* Bluemix. Once you have your project working, you can open a web browser to view the data your board has sent to the cloud. A few of the examples require a Bluemix account.

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Creating a new IoT Gateway C/C++ project from Using the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition with the Intel® Joule™ Module

This section contains steps to create an IoT Gateway project, designed to run on supported Intel® IoT gateway devices. For steps to create a project for non-gateways (the Intel® Edison board, Intel® Galileo board, or Minnowboard MAX board), see Creating a new IoT C/C++ project.

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Converting a project to an IoT or IoT Gateway project from Using the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition with the Intel® Joule™ Module

An ordinary IoT project cannot run on an Intel® IoT gateway. Similarly, you cannot run an IoT Gateway project on a non-gateway device, like the Intel® Edison board, Intel® Galileo board, or Minnowboard MAX board. However, you can convert an IoT project to an IoT Gateway project and vice versa, allowing the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition to switch to the appropriate...

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Working with multiple projects in the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition from Using the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition with the Intel® Joule™ Module

By default, your projects are listed in the Project Explorer tab. When you click the Run and Debug icons in the menu bar, the Intel System Studio IoT Edition runs the currently selected project using the project's target connection. Steps are below to choose the selected project and target connection:

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