This range finder scanner application is part of a series of how-to Internet of Things (IoT) code sample exercises using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit, and a compatible Intel® IoT Platform, cloud platforms, APIs, and other technologies.
Intel has been developing SoM (SoC on module or System on module) for a while and with the Intel® Joule™ module and Intel® Edison module you can easily create your own daughterboard/baseboard easil
Microsoft Azure* paired with the Intel® IoT Developer Kit provides developers with a full set of development tools – from the edge to the cloud.
Internet of Things (IoT) solutions have a number of moving parts. At the heart of all these solutions sits the IoT gateway, providing connectivity, scalability, security, and management. This getting started guide will help you understand what an IoT gateway is, how it can be used, how to choose the right gateway and software development tools for you, and how to write a “Hello World” application...
Learn how to use OpenCV* to count people using edge detection rather than using server farms.
April showers bring you Python* code samples, a recap of GDC, machine learning in retail and an update to Intel® Threading Building Blocks. Read on!
Ubuntu* Core is a version of the Ubuntu Linux* distribution modified for use on IoT devices. It employs a "snap" packaging system, originally developed for Ubuntu Mobile Devices, and brings many phone “features” to the IoT developer.
Celebrating the FIRST EVER Global IoT DevFest! Registration is Still Open to Watch Replays! ATTENTION – There’s still time to sign up for the latest edition of our Intel Global IoT DevFest II on Nov 7-8th 2017.