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by matthias-hahn
The Intel® Internet of Things (IoT) Developer Kit (dev kit) is a complete solution for creating and testing applications targeted for Intel® IoT platforms like the Intel® Galileo board.
by Intel Corporation
The new Intel® IoT Developer Kit v1.0 software components are available now for immediate download on the Software Downloads page (as of March 5, 2015).
by Intel Corporation
This guide explains how to install the Eclipse IDE on Windows, OS X, or Linux.
by Intel Corporation
This guide will teach you how to install the Arduino* IDE and connect to your Intel® Edison or Intel® Galileo board on Windows* OS, Mac* OS X, or Linux* OS.

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by Intel Corporation
IoT supports many ways to transfer data, and Bluetooth® LE, or Wi-Fi (to name a few) may not be the right fit for every device. The goal of this article is to make your selection easier by exploring the advantages and practical application examples for each technology.
by Intel Corporation
This article will discuss both design considerations for IoT and new methods in creating a robust network using Intel® processors.
by Intel Corporation
Based on the topics covered and the examples cited in this paper, hopefully you are convinced that the technology advancements, especially those emulating the human brain and eye, are evolving at a fast pace and may soon replace the human eye.
by Intel Corporation
This topic contains steps to create a new IoT project in the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition for the Intel® Edison board, Intel® Galileo board, or Minnowboard MAX board.

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25 Aug 2015
Intel Corporation
A Fast, Flexible, And Scalable Path To Commercial IoT Solutions
11 Jun 2015
Intel Corporation
This guide will teach you how to run a sample sketch on your Intel® IoT board using the Arduino IDE.
14 May 2015
Intel Corporation
This paper examines two methods for adding SSL support to Arduino sketches running on Galileo via the wolfSSL library from wolfSSL, Inc.
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.
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
18 Nov 2016
Intel Corporation
This topic contains steps to create a new IoT project in the Intel® System Studio IoT Edition for the Intel® Edison board, Intel® Galileo board, or Minnowboard MAX board.
18 Apr 2016
Intel Corporation
The example app in this guide rotates a servo motor connected to your Intel® Edison board when you turn the knob on a rotary angle sensor.
17 May 2016
Intel Corporation
This simple Node.js project uses the socket.io Node.js module to enable real-time communication between a client and an Intel® Galileo board or Intel® Edison board.
12 Aug 2015
Intel Corporation
This document explains the installation procedure Flash Tool Lite for Windows, Linux and Mac hosts.
10 Dec 2014
matthias-hahn
The Intel® Internet of Things (IoT) Developer Kit (dev kit) is a complete solution for creating and testing applications targeted for Intel® IoT platforms like the Intel® Galileo board.
19 Feb 2015
REX ST JOHN
In this guide, you’ll connect to the Intel® Edison board through a terminal and update the firmware on your board.
15 Jul 2015
Intel Corporation
Let us see how easily we can get started with Internet of Things with Grove Starter Kit without worrying about electronic component and circuits.
18 Feb 2016
Intel Corporation
In this article I'll show how to create a runnable image of Yocto and how to test it inside QEMU, a basic software emulator; and following how to run it inside an Hypervisor, like Microsoft Hyper-V on Windows.
11 Jun 2015
Intel Corporation
This guide will teach you how to install the Arduino* IDE and connect to your Intel® Edison or Intel® Galileo board on Windows* OS, Mac* OS X, or Linux* OS.
28 Apr 2015
Intel Corporation
This guide will teach you how to install the Arduino IDE and connect to your Intel® Edison or Intel® Galileo board on Windows* OS, Mac* OS X, or Linux* OS.
8 May 2015
Intel Corporation
This guide explains how to install the Eclipse IDE on Windows, OS X, or Linux.
10 Dec 2014
matthias-hahn
Intel XDK® IoT Edition is a HTML5 hybrid and node.js application development environment that allow users to deploy, run, debug on various IoT platforms such as the Intel® Galileo and Edison board
28 Apr 2015
Intel Corporation
Intel® Galileo Board Assembly using Arduino
15 Sep 2015
Intel Corporation
In this guide you’ll setup network access to your Intel® Galileo Board and obtain an IP address through ethernet.
15 Sep 2015
Intel Corporation
In this article I describe one of them: Intel® IoT Analytics. At the next picture illustrated the schema of working Intel IoT Analytics.
13 Apr 2015
Intel Corporation
The new Intel® IoT Developer Kit v1.0 software components are available now for immediate download on the Software Downloads page (as of March 5, 2015).
13 Nov 2015
Intel Corporation
In this guide you will learn how to transfer files between your computer and Intel® IoT device such as the Intel® Edison or Intel® Galileo board.
12 Aug 2015
Intel Corporation
Intel® IoT Roadshow Taipei, Taiwan
12 Aug 2015
Intel Corporation
Set Up Serial Terminal on the Intel® Galileo Board for Windows
20 Jan 2016
Intel Corporation
There are a lot of boards out there for your Internet of Things (IoT) project. Choosing the right one is a matter of what you want to accomplish. You need to consider cost, power consumption, time to market, how long will your device be in the market, and the software tools you want to use.
12 Aug 2015
Intel Corporation
In the first post in our series about Internet of Things (IoT) developer journey, we introduced the four stages of IoT development. This post explores the first stage.
10 Dec 2014
matthias-hahn
Your Intel® Edison or Intel® Galileo board came with the official operating system, based on Yocto Linux* and the latest version of the Intel® IoT Developer Kit (dev kit) libraries. From time to time, you should check if there is a new version of the libraries available.
16 Nov 2016
Intel Corporation
For your IoT projects, Libmraa and UPM are essential libraries.
18 Apr 2016
Intel Corporation
Intel® IoT Gateways come in single core up to four core processors, with adjoining ram and storage media. More importantly, gateways using Intel® IoT Technology have been customized for many industrial and commercial uses.
10 Dec 2014
matthias-hahn
This sample application was developed to showcase the use of a proximity sensor with the Intel® Galileo development board.
14 May 2015
Intel Corporation
Using the Intel® IoT Analytics Website for Data Mining
27 Jul 2015
Intel Corporation
Ngesa is excited for the Internet of Things revolution and wants to play a part in laying the foundations for automation and connectivity, and to promote open source electronics.
16 Sep 2015
Intel Corporation
Using the Intel® IoT Commercial Developer Kit to Monitor Status Inside a Semi-Truck Trailer
16 Sep 2015
Intel Corporation
This is a guide for building images from source for the Intel® Galileo board, part of the Intel® IoT Developer Kit.
16 Oct 2015
Intel Corporation
There is a concept called Path to Product. You can imagine that if you have a rocky path to building a product that you will face a variety of obstacles in trying to reach a functional prototype phase in your product development. Intel® IoT Commercial Developer Kit helps provide a smoother road.
12 Apr 2017
Intel Corporation
Based on the topics covered and the examples cited in this paper, hopefully you are convinced that the technology advancements, especially those emulating the human brain and eye, are evolving at a fast pace and may soon replace the human eye.
22 Jun 2017
Intel Corporation
IoT supports many ways to transfer data, and Bluetooth® LE, or Wi-Fi (to name a few) may not be the right fit for every device. The goal of this article is to make your selection easier by exploring the advantages and practical application examples for each technology.
22 Jun 2017
Intel Corporation
This article will discuss both design considerations for IoT and new methods in creating a robust network using Intel® processors.