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resin.io demos at Samsung ARTIK Partner Summit

By Fred Patton June 29, 2017
In this guest blog post, Samsung ARTIK Partner resin.io reports on a demo they gave at the ARTIK Summit in May.

Fedora 24 for ARTIK 520 and more recent updates

By Fred Patton February 23, 2017
The past month has been a busy one for the Samsung ARTIK™ developer technical writing team. If you’re developing for Samsung ARTIK modules, here’s a recap of some of our recent updates: Fedora 24 for ARTIK 520 – You’ll find the latest version in the Developer Downloads section here. If you’ve been having trouble with package ...

Getting Christmas-y with Samsung ARTIK and OpenCV

By Fred Patton December 15, 2016
In this tutorial, Wei extends our previous photo booth tutorial to add a Santa hat to the person being photographed. A Samsung ARTIK 710 plus OpenCV equals a fun project!

The minimalist smart switch: Samsung ARTIK, IoTivity, and Tizen

By Fred Patton November 23, 2016
When Philippe Coval of the Samsung Open Source Group needs a smart switch, he doesn’t fool around. A demo he built recently shows the flexibility of Samsung ARTIK modules to adapt to the needs of the developer, rather than the other way around.  Phillipe started with a Samsung ARTIK 1020 IoT module. This is our ...

Samsung ARTIK Case Study - The Kontakt.io Gateway

By Fred Patton October 26, 2016
In this case study, the team at Kontakt.io describe why they chose the Samsung ARTIK 520 IoT module for their latest product, the Gateway.

Makers Against Drought winners announced!

By Fred Patton August 15, 2016
In 2015, we launched Makers Against Drought (M.A.D.), a challenge to makers all around the world to help solve the California water crisis with ingenuity and IoT technology. From over 500 ideas submitted from 57 countries, we chose the best, most interesting, and most well-thought out entries, and sent out Samsung ARTIK developer kits to start work. After several ...

Certified ARTIK Partner: FAE++ and the Kitra "Product Accelerator"

By Fred Patton July 26, 2016
In this post, we introduce FAE++, creators of the Kitra carrier board for Samsung ARTIK 5. Keep reading to see how the Kitra board might help your product development efforts.

The new Samsung ARTIK website!

By Fred Patton April 27, 2016
Welcome to the new Samsung ARTIK website! We're glad you're here, and we hope you will find the information you need to start developing amazing products for the Internet of Things. If you've been here before, you've probably noticed a few changes...

Momentum is building for ARTIK!

By Fred Patton February 18, 2016
Today, Samsung announced new partners for ARTIK and, especially important for developers, the February 22nd availability of ARTIK developer kits from Digi-Key! Among our announcements: Canonical is porting its Snappy Ubuntu Core to ARTIK; Microsoft has certified Samsung ARTIK compatibility with the Azure IoT Suite and IoT Hub; ARTIK is enabling TEE (Trusted Execution Environment) ...

ARTIK GPIO: Using Digital Outputs

By Fred Patton September 29, 2015
In our previous tutorial on building a weather station with ARTIK, Temboo and SAMI, we focused on the analog inputs provided by ARTIK. In this tutorial, we’re going to look at hooking up digital inputs and outputs. I like to have a fan on my desk, and while it’s easy enough to buy a small ...
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