Explore how to use sensors, protocols, analytics, and computer vision to build connected Industrial IoT solutions.

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Use an Intel® NUC and the Intel® IoT Gateway to create application software that controls a pressure sensor, and then transmit the data to the Amazon Web Services* (AWS) IoT Platform.

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See how to add intelligence to a transportation monitoring solution using Intel® IoT Technology.


The following projects provide working examples to IoT developers interested in industrial automation solutions.

Read Gauge Values Using OpenCV
Learn how to use the Hough Transform to detect lines and circles for converting a video stream of a gauge to digital data.

Activity Heatmap Using OpenCV
Explore the accumulation of frames in a video to get a visual representation of movement over time.


The materials from our in-person Industrial IoT Workshop are available to everyone. This workshop covers the latest industry topics including:

  • Software-defined industrial systems
  • Security for Industrial IoT
  • Computer vision



IoT ISV Enabling

This Intel program provides an ecosystem of IoT alliance partners who build solutions based on Intel® architecture to generate relevant business insight. Discover how industrial and manufacturing companies are enabling their applications on Intel® architecture.

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SDKs to Speed Your Development

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Intel® Computer Vision SDK Beta

This comprehensive toolkit accelerates the development of computer vision solutions in industrial settings including smart cameras, robotics, image processing, and equipment inspection.

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Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications

OpenCL™ gives developers a completely open and royalty-free solution to improve their application speed and responsiveness on CPUs, GPUs, and other accelerators.

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Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL)

This SDK includes highly vectorized and threaded linear algebra, fast Fourier transforms, vector math, and statistics functions that increase application performance and reduce development time.