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Ein- und Ausschalten der Intel(R) Edison Arduino On-Board-LED über Bluetooth SPP mithilfe des IoT-Devkits

        Einleitung

     Dieser Artikel erklärt, wie Sie das IoT-Entwicklungskit einrichten, Bluetooth SPP aktivieren, die Yocto-Anwendung erstellen, welche die Daten aus dem Puffer der Pipe abruft, die von der BT-DBUS-API verwendet wird, und wie Sie den GPIO zum Ein- und Ausschalten der Intel(R) Edison-LED steuern. Durch das Befolgen der untenstehenden Schritte können Sie die Intel(R) Edison Entwicklungsumgebung für Bluetooth einrichten und die Funktionsweise der Intel(R) Edison-Hardware und -Software nachvollziehen.

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  • Attivare/disattivare Intel(R) Edison Arduino su scheda LED tramite Bluetooth SPP usando IoT dev kit

            Introduzione

         Questo articolo spiega come configurare il kit di sviluppo IoT e attivare Bluetooth SPP e realizzare l’applicazione Yocto che ottiene dati dal buffer del pipe usato dall’API BT-DBUS e controllare il GPIO per accendere/spegnere il LED in Intel(R) Edison. Seguendo la guida passo dopo passo sottostante, è possibile impostare facilmente l’ambiente Intel(R) Edision Developer con Bluetooth e comprendere bene hardware e software Intel(R) Edision.

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  • The 0-Day Challenge: What is the Pulse of the Internet?

    The core components of the Internet get updated constantly. Every time the source changes, the health and performance can change. A single source code change can fail to build, can break compatibility with existing code and can change the performance anywhere from a fraction of a percent up to 10% or more on major customer workloads. We're trying to read the pulse of our core components (Python, PHP, HHVM) every day. We call this our "0-day Lab". Here's how it works:

    Dynamic Languages Take Over the Internet

    The server world has really embraced Python in a big way. For example, the OpenStack project is a very popular Infrastructure as a Service offering, and most of it is written in Python. This makes Python a leader for Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI), Software Defined Storage (SDS) and Software Defined Networking (SDN).

    Cómo usar Cylon.js* con la placa Intel® Edison y el Kit para Desarrolladores de Internet de las Cosas de Intel®

    Intel® Edison es una computadora monoplaca fabulosa. Está equipada con un procesador Intel® Atom™ de dos núcleos, Entrada/Salida de Propósito General (GPIO) y otras interfaces externas que le dan un enorme potencial para los cálculos físicos. Por eso añadimos compatibilidad absoluta con Intel Edison en Cylon.js (http://cylonjs.com), nuestro marco de trabajo de JavaScript* para aplicaciones de robótica e Internet de las Cosas.

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    Intel IoT Path to Product: Transportation Case Study

    In this project, the goal was to both build a functional proof of concept based on the Intel® IoT Commercial Developer Kit and the more basic sensors contained within, and then progress to an Industrial solution that uses a commercial gateway, industrial sensors, McAfee Security and a Wind River based platform for a scalable product deployment. The base project is in the Transportation sector with the desire to monitor the status inside a semi-truck trailer that would be hauling perishables and to alert the driver if the temperature exceeds thresholds set by the driver.
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  • OpenCV* 3.0.0 (Intel® IPP & Intel® TBB enabled) on Yocto* with Intel® Edison with new Yocto* image release

    This article is a tutorial for setting up OpenCV* 3.0.0 on Yocto* with Intel® Edison. We will build OpenCV 3.0.0 on Intel® Edison Breakout/Expansion Board using a Windows*/Linux* host machine. In this article, we will enable Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) and Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB) to optimize and parallelize some OpenCV functions. For example, cvHaarDetectObjects(...) , an OpenCV function that detects objects of different sizes in the input image, is parallelized with the Intel TBB library. By doing this, we can fully utilize the dual core of Intel® Edison.
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  • Procedure to Autostart the Arduino Sketch on Edison

    Running Arduino sketch at System Start-Up There are many ways to do this, but on Edison I found that the easiest way is using the /etc/init.d directory. There are many references out there for why and how this works, a good one can be found here. If this is your first time using init.d for start-up scripts, you’re going to have to first create the directory else skip to Step 2.
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