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by Intel Corporation
This article covers and expands upon the material from the Hands-on Lab Intel® Internet of Things (IoT) Developer Kit SFTL005 presented at the Intel® Developer Forum 2015
by Intel Corporation
Connecting the Intel® Edison board to your Android Phone with Serial Port Profile (SPP)
by Intel Corporation
The goal of this document is to show you how to write code and connect the hardware to establish BLE communication between an Intel Edison and a Bluetooth 4.0-equipped Android device, using free software tools and low-cost, off-the-shelf hardware.
by Intel Corporation
Intel® Edison has built-in Bluetooth, this document demonstrates how to enable Bluetooth and pair to a device.

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A password protected door lock based on Arduino which can be controlled by a smartphone over Bluetooth.
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Every time a security problem emerges, an army of bright minds try to find a clever fix. Fortunately, collaboration among these solution finders have also increased exponentially.
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How to send data from a TMP36 to a Bluetooth terminal using the HC-05 module

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8 Oct 2015
Intel Corporation
This article covers and expands upon the material from the Hands-on Lab Intel® Internet of Things (IoT) Developer Kit SFTL005 presented at the Intel® Developer Forum 2015
15 Sep 2015
Intel Corporation
Connecting the Intel® Edison board to your Android Phone with Serial Port Profile (SPP)
11 Jun 2015
Intel Corporation
The goal of this document is to show you how to write code and connect the hardware to establish BLE communication between an Intel Edison and a Bluetooth 4.0-equipped Android device, using free software tools and low-cost, off-the-shelf hardware.
11 Jun 2015
Intel Corporation
Intel® Edison has built-in Bluetooth, this document demonstrates how to enable Bluetooth and pair to a device.
8 Oct 2015
Intel Corporation
Intel® Edison has built-in Bluetooth, this document demonstrates how to enable Bluetooth and pair to a device.
18 Apr 2016
Intel Corporation
This guide contains steps to create a Bluetooth Smart/Low Energy (BLE) iBeacon application that runs on an Intel® Galileo board or Intel® Edison board, advertising the board's presence as a BLE device
12 Feb 2014
Joel Ivory Johnson
A walk through on modifying an RC car to be controlled by a Windows Phone
9 Nov 2014
DaveAuld
Low Energy Bluetooth meets Arduino compatible microcontroller in a small form factor, is this just a fairy tale?
6 Aug 2016
raddevus
Plug this device into your computer and never type or memorize a password again. That's right, no need to memorize your Windows login (and you won't be able to because it will be so long and complex anyways).
27 Jul 2016
raddevus
Steps for building a device you can add to your existing garage door, which implements an atmega328, bluetooth (hc-05) and relay module which will allow you to open your garage door from any paired Android device.
3 Oct 2017
David Crow
Brief example on how to use Android and Arduino to control a DC motor and LEDs over Bluetooth
19 Jul 2016
Intel Corporation
This solution monitors the status of a home’s front door and garage door for increased security. The gateway gathers data from a doorbell, door lock, stepper motors, and a garage door application for edge data analytics.
24 Sep 2016
Member 10165288
A library allows for easy access to communicate with BluetoothLE devices
1 Jul 2018
Brad1141
How to send data from a TMP36 to a Bluetooth terminal using the HC-05 module
6 Aug 2018
taifur
A password protected door lock based on Arduino which can be controlled by a smartphone over Bluetooth.
19 Feb 2015
Nathan Carver
The goal of this document is to show you how to write code and connect the hardware to establish BLE communication between an Intel Edison and a Bluetooth 4.0-equipped Android device, using free software tools and low-cost, off-the-shelf hardware.
10 Jun 2015
Intel Corporation
This guide will teach you how to use GATT profile, by interfacing with the Texas Instruments SensorTag over Bluetooth* Low Energy.
1 Oct 2015
Android on Intel
This article gives an overview of the Android Wear operating system focusing on wearable devices, application types, development, and debugging. It also explains two ways of debugging a wearable app using ADB.
18 Mar 2016
Intel Corporation
This document is a guide for creating Java IoT applications that can access remote Bluetooth Low Energy devices on IoT platforms, such as the Intel® Edison development board.
20 Jun 2016
Intel Corporation
The first part of this article compares the Arduino 101 platform to the Arduino UNO, giving a baseline for those who aren’t familiar with the Arduino 101 features. The second part dives deeper into the capabilities of the Arduino 101 platform.
19 Aug 2016
Intel Corporation
Sharing the same physical shape and pin layout as the UNO board, the Arduino 101 board accepts many of the shields that fit in its predecessor; you can also interchange cases and mounts between the two boards.
15 Feb 2018
/n software
This article covers general Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) concepts and gives practical instructions for using / nsoftware IPWorks! Bluetooh.
22 Jan 2019
Intel Corporation
This article is for developers who’d like to learn more about the Terasic self-balancing robot, understand how it was designed, and explore some of the architectural decisions that were made.
3 Jul 2014
Developer.Samsung.com
This tutorial discusses how to create a Samsung Gear Remote Sensor application.


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