Intel® System Studio for Microcontrollers includes multiple samples to help you get up to speed with its basic functionality and become familiar with the Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller Software Interface (Intel® QMSI). This sample application reads and outputs accelerometer data to the serial port, and also uses the Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives for Microcontrollers (DSP functions) library to compute root mean square, variance, and mean for the last 15 Z axis readings.
The Internet of Things (IoT) shows great promise for enhancing the capabilities and intelligence of everyday “things” by creating a widely distributed network of sensors able to report on many conditions, from inventory shortages to impending equipment breakdowns. For this approach to work, however, the end-point detectors and sensors must be robust, resilient, and replaceable.
Proximarket is designing highly usable industrial network solutions using proximity technology into new configurations. By leveraging existing concepts like Google's* Physical Web while complementing exciting technology like the Intel® Curie™ module, Intel® Edison module, and the Dell* IoT Gateway, Proximarket is turning existing proximity concepts on their heads by deploying beacon transmitters on consumer carried shopping carts while mounting receiver circuits on store shelves.
Learn how to add vertex attributes to a graphics pipeline, create buffers, reorganize rendering code, and more in this Vulkan* tutorial.
This tutorial presents how to add vertex attributes to a graphics pipeline and how to create vertex buffers and bind them during command buffer recording. It teaches how to create memory objects that backs buffer storage, and how map them to upload data from the CPU to the GPU. Here also dynamic pipeline states for the viewport and scissors test are introduced.
Get your robotics board up and running with this Hello World tutorial. Uses the Intel® RealSense™ Robotics Development Kit (RDK) which includes the Intel® RealSense™ R200 depth-camera (R200) and the Aaeon* UP Board.
Configure the multiqueue feature on a vHost-user for a virtual machine (VM) connected to Open vSwitch (OvS) with the Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK). This tutorial demonstrates the utility commands to configure the feature at the vSwitch, QEMU, and VM levels, and describes the test traffic required to verify that multiqueue is working correctly.
Use Intel® VTune™ Amplifier to profile DPDK micro benchmarks with your application. This comprehensive reference provides guidelines and instructions.
User experience (UX) guidelines exist for the implementation of Intel® RealSense™ technology in applications. We developed an application to help you visualize and implement the unique UX requirements necessary when design for the Intel® RealSense™ technologies. Source code for the application is available for download.
Part 2 of a three-part series, this blog post shows how to emulate two types of virtual network functions (VNFs) when setting up virtual Customer Premises Equipment (vCPE) in OpenStack*. The images being created are the bump-in-the-wire operation, such as frame-forwarding (L2 VNF), and software routing (L3 VNF).