In this step, you will:
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...
Connect to the Amazon Web Services (AWS)* Cloud from Get Started with the UP Squared* Grove IoT Development Kit
This tutorial shows you how to go from setting up an account with Amazon Web Services (AWS)* to sending data via MQTT. It uses the aws-iot-device-sdk-cpp.h library from https://github.com/intel-iot-devkit/aws-iot-device-sdk-cpp-arduino-create, which is a slightly modified version of the AWS* IoT Device SDK: https://github.com/aws/aws-iot-device-sdk-cpp.
This tutorial demonstrates how to print "Hello World" to an LCD display using the UPM* library.
OpenCV* is the main library used for computer vision and image processing. For sketches created in Arduino Create*, the OpenCV library is dynamically linked, which means it must be installed on the target platform first in order to run. This tutorial contains the instructions to set up OpenCV 3.3.0 on the Ubuntu* Server 16.04 LTS operating system that comes with the UP²*...
This example counts (or measures) the number of people who enter a designated area. You may be familiar with people counting systems, found in small shops, libraries and convenience stores, that use infrared sensors to detect people. When an infrared beam is cut (a person intercepts it by entering or exiting a door, for example) the system increments a count. This...
This tutorial walks you through running Linux* processes using the Process class. It gets the Arduino* ASCII art logo from the network, and prints it over serial. It also gets and prints the CPU info.
In this section, you'll find the following computer vision examples:
In this section, you'll find the following sensor examples: