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By ARTIK Team January 9, 2018
In Application Note 140, we apply machine learning techniques and a ported TensorFlow library to recognize celebrity faces using a Samsung ARTIK 710 system-on-module.
By ARTIK Team November 9, 2017
By now you know that the Samsung ARTIK IoT platform provides a range of IoT modules — true systems on module — to power your IoT products, from the entry level 0 series for edge nodes to the high end 7 series for gateways. In addition to working with ARTIK cloud services, ARTIK systems on ...
By Yujing Wu September 27, 2017
We are pleased to announce that ARTIK Cloud Java/Android SDK v2.2.0 now supports MQTT, as well as REST and WebSocket.
By Dan Gross August 17, 2017
Samsung ARTIK has released new firmware images for the ARTIK 530 and ARTIK 710 with full support for AWS Greengrass. Here's a tutorial!
By Yujing Wu May 23, 2017
In this post, we build an Android application that sends Flic button events to ARTIK Cloud. This allows us to immediately extend the Flic to control a wide range of devices via ARTIK Cloud Rules. Thanks to ARTIK Cloud's interoperability, it won't be necessary to build any custom integration between Flic and these other IoT ...
By Yujing Wu April 5, 2017
Let's build a sample system that utilizes ARTIK Cloud's capability to push data to Amazon Kinesis Streams. Devices send data to ARTIK Cloud and the application reads this data from Kinesis Streams.
By Wei Xiao April 20, 2017
Wei puts the new Kitra520 Product Accelerator board, along with its included Samsung ARTIK 520 Smart IoT Module, to work in a practical example of using local beacons to broadcast useful information to nearby visitors.
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!
By Wei Xiao July 29, 2016
Here will show you how to build a voice-controlled photo booth by using ARTIK 10. We will use voice commands to trigger a camera and display the resulting photo on an HDMI display connected to the ARTIK 10.