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By Wei Xiao November 23, 2016
In this tutorial, we start to look at the practicalities of using the Trustonic Trusted Execution Environment with Samsung ARTIK. ARM® TrustZone® ARM TrustZone technology is a System on Chip (SoC) and CPU, system-wide approach to security. TrustZone is hardware-based security built into the SoCs. The family of TrustZone technologies can be integrated into any ARM Cortex-A and the latest Cortex-M23 and Cortex-M33 based systems. ...
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 ...
By Wei Xiao November 22, 2016
IBM hosted its first Watson Developer Conference in beautiful San Francisco last week. More than 1400 developers participated and learned how artificial intelligence and machine learning are helping people build better applications on the Watson platform.
By Kevin Sharp November 21, 2016
Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) is the umbrella term for making sure your IoT device does not interfere with or suffer interference from other electronic devices. In this tutorial, we'll take you through the compliance issues you need to be aware of.
By ARTIK Team November 18, 2016
You probably already know that Samsung ARTIK™ modules help you get your IoT products to market quickly. But if you missed our announcement a few weeks ago, we wanted to remind you that we’ve expanded the ARTIK module product line to give you additional hardware options. If you’re working on single-function IoT “things” such as door locks, lights, ...
By Lydia Ping November 17, 2016
How are advances in engineering changing the world of game design and toys? FS Studio shows us how ARTIK is helping them power the future of play.
By Abhi Rele November 14, 2016
A key decision that every device maker needs to make is this: Build or buy IoT technology?
By Lydia Ping November 11, 2016
The Eclipse Foundation and Samsung ARTIK are committed to a common goal — to help the developer community be more creative and productive with great tools.
By Kevin Sharp November 8, 2016
Taking your IoT design from breadboard to market requires a circuit board design, probably several versions as you iterate your way to product launch. Whether you tackle the job yourself or outsource it, here’s the process that needs to take place and the key decisions that need to be made.
By Lydia Ping November 7, 2016
In this guest post, the Arduino team recounts their time at Maker Faire Rome, where 60,000+ attendees walked through their booth.