June 23 - 24, 2016
Session: IoT All the Things (An Audit)
There are no shortage of IoT platforms to launch you next product, but which one is the right one for you? In this session join IBM Developer Advocate, Kevin Hoyt, on an audit of some of the more popular chipsets on the market. This will include overviews of Electric Imp, Photon Particle and Photon Electron, Tessel 2 from Technical Machines, and Intel Edison. Explore GPIO options, wireless pairing, development tooling, physical size and technical specifications (processor, battery, etc), set against a backdrop of real-time data delivery.
Code (Node.js) for example application running on a Intel Edison. Also includes an iOS (Swift) application that works withe the Bluetooth Smart on the Edison. Provides all the same functionality and user interface as web application, just native through BLE, not MQTT.
Code (C++) for example application running on a Particle Electron.
Code (Squirrel) for example application running on an Electric Imp.
Code (C++) for example application running on a Particle Photon.
Code (Node.js) for example application running on a Tessel 2.
Code (Arduino, C/C++) for example application running on a SparkFun Thing.
Web client that allows you to select the board you are interested in working with, and then subscribing to commands, while also being able to send commands.