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With an estimated 50 billion connected devices by 2020, the Internet of Things (IoT) represents an exploding market that will impact every aspect of our lives. Designers are busy creating a new generation of Internet-enabled products, spanning wearables, cars, thermostats, home appliances, and countless other applications. integrates all the necessary IoT building blocks—from embedded processing and connectivity to sensors, security and software—into innovative and easy-to-use solutions. technologies help to conserve power, extend battery life, ensure data security and adhere to wireless protocols. Plus, tie it all together with a rich ecosystem of design tools and development partners. As a result you can easily create the next big IoT design.
The transition from the IT cloud to the IoT cloud has already started, and as the IT cloud was a journey, the transformation to support IoT applications will also be a journey. What’s the best way to go about this change? Make this a comprehensive approach that will make your IoT cloud sustainable as the market transitions forward. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqp8_ROAIJY
This Hands-on will demonstrate how to develop Arduino using Atmel Studio along with the rich user interface and other great development tools that it provides. Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easyto-use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Key fact about Arduino is that these boards are based on Atmel’s microcontroller family and underlying software is based on Atmel development tools. Answer for ‘Why should I switch from Ardunio?’ is The Arduino IDE : • quite limiting for experienced programmers capabilities Lack of compiler warnings and debugging capabilities • (Serial.println() after every statement doesn’t count), make life hard when working on advanced projects. • Atmel Studio is a great choice for users that have outgrown the integrated Arduino IDE • But some of those Arduino libraries are just so darn convenient. So why not have the best of both worlds? Arduino: a wrapper on top of C/C++ with debugging capabilities. It is possible to combine any Arduino sketch or library with your own custom code on advanced projects. Atmel has a unique, privileged position in Arduino and responsibility to the “going pro” community to provide a bridge, help transition from hobbyist to developer. Atmel’s Xplained Mini family is a perfect “bridge” for easy transition to C and C++. It has very similar architecture to Arduino and offers most of the features of an Arduino board. It is possible to run Arduino sketches when the IDE is set up properly. Onboard hardware debugger/programmer is also available. It uses incredibly popular AVR microcontroller family and it’s relatively inexpensive. The Training will be Managed By Thomas Page . Thomas are Atmel Field Application Engineer and Arduino Maker. Agenda: Assignment 1: How to connect the ATmega328P XPLAINED MINI to the Arduino IDE Assignment 2: Creating Arduino Sketches in Atmel Studio Assignment 3: Transit to the Atmel Studio IDE with existing Arduino sketches
Become a digital business with IoT To become a digital business, harness the data spanning your business and operations by connecting your things – the people, processes and assets already at work in your company. The Internet of Your Things enables you to extend digital business scenarios to leverage existing investments, creating new efficiencies and new revenue sources, and enabling innovation. From empowering your workforce and customers, to integrating assets, processes and data, the digital business powered by Microsoft’s Azure IoT services is a truly connected business. SoC - Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 (APQ8016) CPU - 900 MHz quad-core ARM Cortex A7 (ARMv7 instruction set) Memory - 1 GB LPDDR3, 4GB eMMC Display - HDMI Full-size Type A connector (1080p HD @ 30fps) MIPI-DSI on Expansion Connector for optional display/touch (mutually exclusive with HDMI output) Audio 1x Loudspeaker output on Expansion connector Stereo Headphones/Line Out on Expansion connector Auto headset plug detection 2x Analog line-in on expansion connector Storage - MicroSD Network - WiFi[masked]a/b/g/n BT4.1 + LE, GPS I/O interface 1x DC Jack 1x USB 2.0 micro B (device mode only) 2x USB 2.0 type A (host mode only 1x 40 pin Low Speed (LS) female expansion connector : UART, SPI bus, I2C x2, I2S, GPIO x12, DC power 1x 60 pin High Speed (HS) expansion connector: 4L-MIPI DSI, USB, SPI, I2C, 2x MIPI CSI 1x Optional 16 Pin Audio expansion connector