In the Beta release of Intel® Distribution for Python* I am proud to introduce something new and unusual for the Python world.
Getting Started with Intel® IoT Gateways with the Intel® IoT Developer Kit from Getting Started with Intel® IoT Gateways with the Intel® IoT Developer Kit
This guide contains all the information you need to assemble your own commercial developer kit, from the hardware components you'll need to the software you'll use to communicate with each component of your project.
In order to take advantage of the Intel® IoT Gateway, you'll need to assemble your own gateway "kit", including components like the gateway, the sensors you want to add to your project, and a host computer for programming the gateway. This section contains an overview of the major hardware components you'll need to assemble your Intel® IoT Gateway kit.
This section provides an overview of the various software components that you'll use to create your Intel® IoT Gateway solution. Although you can technically get up and running without the information in this section, you'll need a basic understanding of what you're installing and why to start really developing your own projects.
Before you begin: Material requirements from Getting Started with Intel® IoT Gateways with the Intel® IoT Developer Kit
This quick parts list contains all the hardware you'll need to assemble your commercial developer kit. For a more detailed overview of each of these parts and what you'll be using them for, see Hardware overview.
Setting up your gateway from Getting Started with Intel® IoT Gateways with the Intel® IoT Developer Kit
This section contains steps to assemble your gateway (if needed) and connect the gateway to any peripheral devices. If you've chosen the Intel® NUC as your gateway, you'll need to assemble it before you begin, as described in the steps below. Otherwise, skip straight to connecting peripherals.