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By Yujing Wu December 22, 2017
In order to work together on ARTIK cloud services, devices and applications use access tokens when making API requests. Here's how to choose the right token for your IoT solution.
By Yujing Wu April 24, 2017
Let's build an Android application to manage remote devices connected to ARTIK Cloud via the LWM2M protocol. This sample is perfect for industrial IoT (IIoT) use cases and uses ARTIK Cloud's device management features.
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 ...
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 ...
By Yujing Wu May 23, 2016
This post updates our previous article to use the ARTIK Cloud endpoint and Java/Android SDK. In this article we will build a remote monitoring system using ARTIK Cloud, off-the-shelf sensors, Arduino UNO, Raspberry Pi, and an Android application. Using our Android app, we can remotely monitor data from temperature and flame sensors that are connected to ...
By ARTIK Cloud Team September 8, 2015
A while back, we built a rudimentary weather station with an Arduino, Raspberry Pi and a few pieces of hardware, and showed how to use SAMI to collect the data quickly and easily. Today, over on the ARTIK blog, we’ve upgraded the project to replace the Arduino and Raspberry Pi with an ARTIK 10 developer ...
By Dan Gross April 30, 2015
Read an updated version of this post using ARTIK Cloud. This article demonstrates using SAMI 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 SAMI APIs. From there, we can analyze our collected data in real-time or historically. This ...
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