In this step, you will:

  • Sign in to Arduino Create* (or sign up, if you don't already have an account)
  • Name your board
  • Create a Hello World application
  • Upload and run your sketch

Sign in to Arduino Create*

  1. To open Arduino Create, double-click the Arduino Create icon.

  2. On the welcome screen, click Login.

  3. If you already have an Arduino Create account, provide your login credentials. If you don't, see the note below to create a new account.

    Note: If you don’t already have an Arduino Create account, click SIGN UP and follow the onscreen instructions to create one. You'll need to activate your account and log into the site using your new account. Afterwards, return to https://create.arduino.cc/getting-started/intel-tank-kit and continue with the rest of the steps below.

  4. A notice reminding you to have your target platform powered and connected to the Internet is displayed. Click My Device is Ready.

  5. If you are successful in connecting to your target platform, you will be prompted to provide a Device Name for your target platform. Click Save.

    Note: If you see a 'Setting up your device' message that lasts for more than 30 seconds, it's likely that you are experiencing network issues. Check your connection and try again from the Getting Started page.

    Congratulations, you have connected to your target platform! Click Go to Arduino Editor.

    Note: Your board connects to the Arduino Create development environment over the Internet. If you disconnect your board and move it to another location, it should reconnect to the Arduino Create environment.  If you are using proxy settings, you will need to go through this setup process again if you move your board to a network that doesn’t have a proxy.

Create the Hello World application

  1. The editor opens, with a blank sketch already open.

  2. Delete the code in the new sketch, then copy and paste the following code into the editor:

    void setup() {
     DebugSerial.begin(0);  
    }
    void loop() {
      DebugSerial.print("hello world !!");
      DebugSerial.println();
      delay(5000);
    } 

  3. From the left, click Monitor to view the serial monitor pane. You'll see the Hello World message in this pane once your sketch is running.

Upload your sketch using Arduino Create*

  1. Choose your board, "via Cloud".

  2. Click the Upload icon to upload and run the sketch.

  3. Check the Monitor pane to see a Hello World message.

    Note: When you click the Upload button , you're uploading and running the sketch on your target device. To compile your sketch without uploading and running it, click the Verify button to the left of the Upload icon.

  4. To stop the sketch, click RUN/STOP.

  5. The name of your sketch will be displayed. Click RUNNING switch next to its name.

  6. The RUNNING switch should now read 'STOPPED'. Click DONE to apply your changes and stop the sketch.

Next Steps

Now that you know how to run a simple application, continue to run a sample application that uses the OpenVINO toolkit.

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