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What’s the next big thing in the world of connected things? IDoT—The Identity of Things

By ARTIK Team August 22, 2018
It used to be so simple—IoT products and services just had to worry about correctly identifying users and managing their access to data sources. But in a few years, there will soon be more than 22 billion IoT-connected devices (on a planet of only 7.5 billion people). And these devices will be increasingly connected directly ...

Samsung IoT: Moving and Shaking the Conference Scene

By ARTIK Cloud Team June 27, 2018
Samsung has been out and about in the event landscape this spring, first descending on IoT World in May with both SmartThings and ARTIK championing our part of the IoT landscape with neighbors Google and MasterCard in the booths beside us. Then it was on to IoT DevCon in June, where SmartThings chatted with the ...

ARTIK Cloud Rules: Sunrise and Sunset

By ARTIK Cloud Team June 18, 2018
We have introduced a new ARTIK cloud services feature that lets you schedule a Rule around the sunrise and/or sunset at a given location. In this post we’ll explain the basics and how you can access the via the Rules UI.

Join SmartThings and ARTIK at IoT World

By ARTIK Cloud Team April 30, 2018
Please join Samsung at IoT World in Santa Clara (Booth 209) to see how our latest open IoT technologies are helping to build intelligent solutions for a connected world. From mobile and wearable devices to TVs and refrigerators, Samsung SmartThings has the largest coverage of competitive IoT devices. Thanks to the open nature of the ...

Use machine learning to find anomalies in a smart lock

By ARTIK Cloud Team April 13, 2018
This interactive web sample detects anomalies in a smart lock device, using Rules and its integration with our machine learning APIs. Read our tutorial or go right to the sample on GitHub, which includes step-by-step instructions.

Make a Scene with your devices

By ARTIK Cloud Team April 7, 2018
We have published new documentation for Scenes, which are groups of Actions sent to one or more devices. Scenes are perfect in real-world contexts that call for the activation of several kinds of devices, but not necessarily interactions between them.

Updated Swift SDK for ARTIK cloud services now available

By ARTIK Cloud Team February 14, 2018
Great news for Swift developers! We have completely rewritten and released our Swift SDK for ARTIK cloud services. The new Swift SDK is built in Swift 4.0 and exposes methods that help you easily connect iOS, tvOS, watchOS, and macOS applications to ARTIK cloud services.

Event Recap: IoT Evolution at the Magic Kingdom

By Jeanine Jue February 2, 2018
It was an honor to present at IoT Evolution Expo in Orlando, FL! Here are some of the key takeaways from my presentation, titled “What is the IoT Cloud and How Can it Help My Business?”

How to Launch Your IoT Product

By Ryan Kuo January 23, 2018
A CIO will be tasked not only with bringing the company into this fast-moving arena of new technologies, but just as crucially, ascertaining how to do so effectively and in a way that differentiates the company from the other players seeking a piece of the IoT zeitgeist. Here's how to launch an IoT solution, from ...

Customize your IoT connections with an Approved List of devices

By ARTIK Cloud Team January 5, 2018
An Approved List allows you to choose which IoT devices are allowed to register under your device type on ARTIK cloud services, giving you even greater control over your presence on the ecosystem!
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