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Event recap: North Carolina Internet of Things Developer Day

By Jeanine Jue January 10, 2017
We recently presented ARTIK Cloud at a Developer Day workshop hosted by NC RIoT. See our presentation slides and read an interview with NC RIoT Executive Director Tom Snyder about IoT and North Carolina.

Connecting the World With ARTIK Cloud

By Jeanine Jue October 24, 2016
Recently in Boston I was honored to present at the Innovation Summit for IoT. I enjoyed meeting with and getting inspired by some of the pioneers and innovators in the Internet of Things. My talk, Connecting the World with ARTIK Cloud, discussed the opportunities that are available for developers wishing to build the next innovative ...

Make an IoT Weather Station with ARTIK Cloud

By Dan Gross August 22, 2016
This post updates our previous article to use ARTIK Cloud. This article demonstrates using ARTIK Cloud with simple, off-the-shelf sensors and hardware. Specifically, we will be gathering climate data from a low-cost temperature sensor and relaying that data to the cloud via ARTIK Cloud APIs. From there, we can analyze our collected data in real-time or ...

Your questions about ARTIK Cloud, answered

By Yujing Wu July 25, 2016
Our recent talk at the Distinguished Speaker Series hosted by ACM Sacramento Chapter, Cloud-Centric Ecosystem Approach to address IoT Interoperability, received a lot of interest. Here, we share the slides from the presentation and highlights of the Q&A. Learn the answers to some commonly asked questions about ARTIK Cloud!

Display any data on ARTIK Cloud with LaMetric Time

By Gilles Mazars July 18, 2016
A couple of weeks ago, the ARTIK Cloud team found this cute device: LaMetric Time. It’s beautifully designed and looks very useful. There are not many physical connected objects, outside of the traditional watch/wristband, that can display information. We wanted to connect LaMetric Time to ARTIK Cloud and make it part of our big family of devices. LaMetric Time has been ...

Check out our new device APIs for Cloud Connector authorization

By Ryan Kuo July 5, 2016
We have published a pair of APIs that makes it easier for third-party applications to handle Cloud Connector devices. With these APIs, your application can trigger Cloud Connector device authorization without requiring a user to do so on the web. As a reminder, Cloud Connectors allow you to connect ARTIK Cloud to any existing cloud to which a third-party device ...

ARTIK Cloud Rules: Your Devices Can Speak Up

By Ryan Kuo June 17, 2016
In this post we discuss an ARTIK Cloud Rules feature that is one of the least visible, yet most powerful. With this feature, device fields can be more than Rule triggers; you can also use them as parameter values in the commands sent to devices. In the previous post I built a simple Rule from a ...

ARTIK Cloud Rules: Make Your Devices Work Together

By Ryan Kuo June 17, 2016
ARTIK Cloud can start talking to your devices in seconds, generate insights from all these devices, and send them commands. You can design ARTIK Cloud to do things like detect fire and temperature. In this post, we’ll show you how to use one of its most powerful features: Rules. In just a handful of clicks, you can quickly and intuitively define Rules that trigger device Actions ...

Develop an Android app to manage ARTIK Cloud Rules

By Yujing Wu June 16, 2016
This post updates our previous article to use the ARTIK Cloud endpoint and Java/Android SDK. Today we’re developing an Android app that can create and manage Rules for the user. With these Rules, a user’s flame detector can turn on/off the user’s smart LED light. The system in this article includes the fire detector and ...

Listening and Contributing to IoT DevCon 2016

By Oleg Gryb May 31, 2016
The ARTIK Cloud team has just returned from IoT DevCon 2016. As usual, our major purpose was to listen to industry trends, learn in order to generate new ideas, and contribute to the community by presenting our approaches to making IoT ecosystem interoperable and secure. Here are the slides Yujing Wu and I presented: Interoperability is ...