For microcontrollers, it's a bit different. Firmware often represents the entire software stack, due to limited memory and compute resources. Low-power sensors are more heavily customized for specific markets, so changing firmware is essential to building a proper solution. Small devices like freight tracking sensors don't communicate directly with the cloud, and need to work as a mesh network to...
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.
The technological landscape of the home is undergoing an immense shift, similar in scope and impact to the advent of the refrigerator or the proliferation of telephones. Our living spaces are becoming smarter and able to assist in tasks for running the home, providing peace of mind, and enriching daily life. From TVs to speakers, alarms to sprinkler systems, this explosion of smart home devices...
This blog is about the small batches principle, and how doing work in small batches improves product quality, reduces waste, and makes development less risky. It is an alternative formulation of “Agile”.
Python* code samples, sensors, computer vision and more round our our September issue.
Learn to build a face access control solution, get horrified in a haunted high school, and be sure to register for the Intel® HPC Developer Conference this month.
Announcing new IoT developer kits this month along with tips on which processor is right for your VR projects.
This month we introduce our newest VR newsletter deVR Beat; link to the keynotes from the Intel® HPC Developer Conference,meet the winners of the Intel® Modern Code Challenge and more.
Careful usability design is an essential part of the overall design process of the objects if you want your product to reach its full potential, therefore it is essential to take into account all the usability principles, so the product can adapt to the skills of the users.