Intel's release of the Edison (https://software.intel.com/en-us/iot) and Galileo Gen 2 (https://software.intel.com/en-us/iot) boards has put more power into microcontroller development boards than ever before. How do the Intel boards compare with other boards on the market? What does it take to prototype an IoT project and what is the Yocto Project? You'll get an intro to all these and more at the meetup. In addition, you'll get an intro to Chain-Check, one of the winning projects from Intel's recent IoT Hackathon in Mountain View, California, performing machine learning algorithms on the boards to predict when your bicycle will need a tuneup. We'll explore where edge computing makes sense and more. Whether you're an experienced hardware hacker or a hobbyist looking to see how to join in the Internet of Things buzz, come join us!
Plus there will be a raffle for a free BASIS watch!
We're excited to have Intel Software (https://software.intel.com/en-us/iot) sponsor food and drinks for this meetup!
6:30pm Grab food and drinks and meet others
6:45pm Edge-computing with the Internet of Things
+demo by Pretty Smart Lamp: Beauty meets Bluetooth (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1688190904/pretty-smart-lamp-beauty-meets-bluetooth)
8:30pm Meetup adjourned - help clean up & we get kicked out
Call to Action
If you have a new project or Kickstarter you'd like to demo, email me, [masked], and I'll add you to the agenda!
If you'd like to sponsor this meetup please contact me! If you're interested in Austin Hardware Startups (http://www.meetup.com/Austin-Hardware-Startup/), help spread the word!
Massive thanks to Intel Software (https://software.intel.com/en-us/iot) for providing food, drinks, and a BASIS watch at this event and continued thanks to Capital Factory (http://www.capitalfactory.com/) for providing meeting space!
To get in touch with the community, email the group list: [masked] . Also, you should probably follow @atxhw on twitter (https://twitter.com/atxhw) to stay in the loop on meetups!