This article provides general guidelines for connecting any Intel® Internet of Things (IoT) devices (that is, devices that support Intel® microcontrollers, such as the Intel® Edison board and the Intel® Curie™ compute module) and Intel® gateways to the Amazon Web Services (AWS)* IoT platform. When the devices are connected and data from devices is available to the AWS* IoT platform, together with...
This article is a continuation of Use Case: Intel® Edison to Microsoft Azure* Part 1.
This guide will help you understand the basics of IoT development by using the Intel® Edison board with sensors from a Grove* Kit, combined with a gateway solution capable of sending data from sensors to the Azure* cloud, where it can be further processed.
From this exercise, developers will learn how to: Connect the Intel® Edison development platform, a computing platform designed for prototyping and producing IoT and wearable computing products. Interface with the Intel® Edison platform IO and sensor repository using MRAA and UPM from the Intel® IoT Developer Kit, a complete hardware and software solution to help developers explore the IoT and...
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This article explains how to establish a connection with Amazon* Cloud Services using Node.js* API. While this was written for the Intel® Edison board, it should work on any platform that runs Node.js*. This includes establishing a connection, store and retrieve data.
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