This article demonstrates how to use an Intel® Next Unit Computing (NUC) device to connect sensors on an Arduino 101* board to the IBM Watson* IoT Platform. You learn how to read real-time sensor data from the Arduino* 101 board, view it locally on the Intel® NUC device, and send it to the IBM Watson IoT Platform, where the data can be stored, visualized, and processed in the cloud.
This article will show you how to use an Intel® Next Unit Computing (NUC) device to connect sensors on an Arduino 101* board to the Microsoft Azure* IoT Hub.
This paper will show you how to use an Intel® NUC to connect sensors on an Arduino 101* (branded Genuino 101* outside the U.S.) to the Amazon Web Services (AWS)* IoT service. You’ll see how to read real-time sensor data from the Arduino 101, view it locally on the Intel® NUC, and send it to AWS IoT where the data can be stored, visualized and processed in the cloud. We’ll use Node-RED* on the...
本文将介绍如何使用英特尔® 下一代计算 (NUC) 设备将 Arduino 101* 开发板上的传感器连接至 IBM Watson* 物联网平台。 您将学会如何读取 Arduino 101* 开发板的实时传感器数据、在英特尔® NUC 设备上本地查看该数据，并将数据发送至 IBM Watson* 物联网平台，以供在云中保存、查看和处理。
Learn how to use the Intel® NUC to send voice commands to Amazon's Alexa Voice Service, create a custom skill using Amazon's Alexa Voice Service and use your voice to control two LEDs connected to the Intel® NUC via the Arduino 101.
Learn how to install Ubuntu* Core on an Intel® IoT Gateway GB-BXTB-3825. The GB-BXTB-3825 is powered by an Intel Atom® E3825 dual-core processor which would be ideal for industrial applications such as data generation, data aggregation, and data analysis.
Do you want to turn your Intel® NUC (Next Unit of Computing) DE3815TYKE – or any Linux* box running Ubuntu* – into an artificially intelligent, IoT-connected CCTV Hub? Then, this tutorial is for you!