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iDevThis. Microsoft Projects. Develop Windows IoT apps – Windows IoT development. March Is For Makers: Enclosures for your DIY hardware projects with Bertrand Le Roy on the Hanselminutes Technology Podcast: Fresh Air for Developers. Leap Motion: Amazing, Revolutionary, Useless. Raspberry Pi. Software.intel. Requirements A Bluetooth* audio device, like a headset or speaker that can play sounds.

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Connect your Intel® Edison board to a Wi-Fi* network, see Step 3: Get your Board Online. SCP using a host computer connected to the same network (to copy music files over). Establish a terminal to your board either Via Serial port or SSH. Setup Make your Bluetooth* audio device discoverable. Type the following in the terminal to your board. Scan for devices. Find your device and pair to it (replace the MAC address with the MAC address of your device) On some devices you may need to connect as wel. The 'Internet of Things' will be the world's most massive device market and save companies billions of dollars. BI Intelligence Growth in the Internet of Things will peak in 2015 The Internet of Things (IoT) is beginning to grow significantly, as consumers, businesses, and governments recognize the benefit of connecting inert devices to the internet.

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Node-RED. Dxdisrupt. Unboxing (And Updating) A Texas Instruments MSP430FR5969 Ultra Low Power FRAM MCU. [Tonight's post is by Ed Smith, a member of the Humboldt Microcontrollers Group] I just received a Texas Instruments (TI) MSP430FR5969 LaunchPad!

Unboxing (And Updating) A Texas Instruments MSP430FR5969 Ultra Low Power FRAM MCU

This is my unboxing post, I'll also cover updating the onboard programmer's firmware for use with Energia. We'll kick things off with a few specs, or at least a quick product description. Low-power Microcontroller. Open source IoT toolkit. Hardware datasheet. Subsystems Microcontroller.

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IOT: Unboxing the MSP430FR5969 Launchpad and getting started on designing secure IOT - Secret Microsoft Communications. There is a great blog on unboxing the MSP430FR5969 at: Unboxing (And Updating) A Texas Instruments MSP430FR5969 Ultra Low Power FRAM MCU, so take a look at that and get back here.

IOT: Unboxing the MSP430FR5969 Launchpad and getting started on designing secure IOT - Secret Microsoft Communications

You will need to follow those instructions or else if you bought a device around 9/30/2014 it will not update the programmer and as far as I can tell there are no other instructions on how to get the update programmer to work with this Launchpad. To use the Energia, you will seriously need to the read the EULA presented to you, really. I would quote the part I like, but it might be misconceived. I won’t link to it since you will have to sign an agreement and receive verification in about 1 minute that you have permission to receive the device. Then you pay your money. SparkFun Electronics. Hands on with Microsoft's Internet of Things platform.

Back in April, at its BUILD developer event, Microsoft announced its Windows On Devices plan to bring Windows developers to the Internet of Things.

Hands on with Microsoft's Internet of Things platform

That was followed by the launch of a beta program, where selected developers would receive a modified Intel Galileo development board that could be used to try out Microsoft's latest Windows. I signed up for the program, and a couple of weeks ago I got an email to let me know that my Galileo board had shipped. A few days later it arrived, and I've been experimenting with it to see how Microsoft has brought Windows to devices that don't have screens or keyboards. Windows Developer Program for IoT. Quark Technology. Innovative Products for Rapidly Evolving Markets From datacenters to ultra-mobile devices such as tablets, phones, and wearables, computing segments are undergoing exciting and even game-changing transitions.

Quark Technology

Intel is developing new products for each of these dynamic markets over the next year and beyond, including a new, lower-power product family. Intel® Quark technology is designed for applications where lower power and size take priority over higher performance. Products derived from the Intel Quark processor family will develop innovative solutions for ubiquitous computing markets and the Internet of Things, from automotive to industrial to wearables.

The first product in this new roadmap family is called the Intel Quark SoC X1000. With the addition of the Intel Quark SoC X1000, Intel's enhanced product portfolio will bring integrated, scalable products from the device to the cloud, driving data acquisition and analysis to unleash the value in the Internet of Things. Internet of Things: The Future of Your Business Technology. Microsoft delivers a unique, integrated approach for enterprises to capitalize on the Internet of Things by gathering, storing and processing data.

Internet of Things: The Future of Your Business Technology

This approach extends from our breadth product portfolio for a range of PCs, tablets and industry devices on the edge of enterprise networks, the powerful new Microsoft Azure Intelligent Systems Service, developer tools, backend systems and a diverse ecosystem. Spanning from small connected sensors to rich industry devices, these intelligent systems help enterprises harness the trusted Windows platform to gather data from the edge of the network, process it with Microsoft’s data platform and serve it securely through engaging applications that drive real-time analysis and actionable opportunities that would otherwise be out of reach. The Greatest Show and Tell on Earth. Rogue Robotics. Wiring. Windows Developer Program for IoT. Microsoft ‘IoT’ Internet of Things Developer Program - Microsoft UK Faculty Connection.

About the Windows Developer Program for IoT Designed for developers.

Microsoft ‘IoT’ Internet of Things Developer Program - Microsoft UK Faculty Connection

IoT Design Shop's very affordable iBeacon Development Kit. Apple’s iBeacon is an indoor positioning system based on Bluetooth Low Energy that can send push notifications to smartphones running iOS or Android.

IoT Design Shop's very affordable iBeacon Development Kit

Sounds interesting but what could such a technology be used for? A trivial baby steps example was rolled out by Apple last December when the company deployed iBeacons in their 254 US retail stores. Now, if you’ve loaded the Apple Store app and opted-in for in-store notifications, when you enter a store you’ll get a ‘Hey, what up, Machead?’ And the suggestion to open the app for help and service. Apple is apparently so far not collecting any data other than how many people have enabled iBeacon notifications. Open source IoT toolkit. IoT Hardware Development Kits. With the rising popularity of the Internet of Things comes an increasing number of hardware development kits. Here are 18 kits that are popular at this stage of evolution in the Internet of Things. Arduinowww.arduino.ccArduino is an open source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software.

It is intended for artists, designers, hobbyists and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Raspberry Piwww.raspberrypi.org The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized single-board computer developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation with the intention of promoting the teaching of basic computer science in schools. Intel Galileowww.intel.com The Intel Galileo development board and software tools enables developers to create low power devices to interact with the world around them. Wunderbarwww.dragoninnovation.com The WunderBar enables creation of innovative and useful apps to connect smart devices. Makers: What Will You Make? Untitled. Windows Developer Program for IoT We're bringing Windows to a new class of small devices. Full System Simulation with Wind River Simics. QEMU. Introducing the Intel® Galileo Development Board.

Arduino - HomePage. Open Source embedded Linux build system, package metadata and SDK generator. Homeos. It is no secret that homes are ever-increasing hotbeds of new technology such as set-top boxes, game consoles, wireless routers, home automation devices, tablets, smart phones, and security cameras. Lab Of Things - Home. Microsoft Lab of Things Analytics Engine - Home. Microsoft Research: The Lab of Things.