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A Scalable Path to Commercial IoT Solutions

Get to your development goal with hardware, software, plus data solutions that work together seamlessly, at scale and securely. From the cloud right out to the edge, Intel® IoT Technology offers a complete ecosystem for the connected future. A Smarter World—for Every Enterprise Moving forward is easier when you don’t have to innovate from scratch. Our complete dev kits, comprehensive code...
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Grove* Rotary Angle Sensor from Get Started with the UP Squared* Grove IoT Development Kit

Demonstrates analog input by reading an analog sensor and turning on and off a light emitting diode (LED) at a rate determined by the analog sensor reading.

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Serial Monitor from Get Started with the UP Squared* Grove IoT Development Kit

This tutorial shows you how to use the DebugSerial function over the USB port of your UP²* board. The DebugSerial function will only work if your UP² board is connected 'via Cloud'. If you are connected via micro USB cable, then see this Serial tutorial.

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System Calls from Get Started with the UP Squared* Grove IoT Development Kit

In this example you’ll learn how to make system calls from Arduino* sketches.

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Step 1: Make Board Connections from Get Started with the UP Squared* Grove IoT Development Kit

In this step, you will:

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Step 2: Connect to Arduino Create* from Get Started with the UP Squared* Grove IoT Development Kit

In this step, you will:

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Step 3: Run the Blink Application from Get Started with the UP Squared* Grove IoT Development Kit

In this step, you will:

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MQTT with Microsoft Azure* in Arduino Create from Get Started with the UP Squared* Grove IoT Development Kit

This tutorial takes you from setting up a device in Microsoft Azure* all the way to viewing your data being sent with MQTT. The sketch is set up to read data from the Grove* Rotary Angle Sensor at a given interval, then send it to Microsoft Azure. The final step where you view your data is done in the Device Explorer provided by Microsoft. It is only supported on Windows...

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