Building Industrial IoT, IT cloud vs. IoT cloud, Cellular Modems for M2M, more
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Press and Hot ArticlesJuly 2015

Building the Industrial Internet of Things

The Industrial IoT is rapidly growing with applications that create smart manufacturing, smart cities, building automation and more. The IIoT will help improve efficiency and deliver increased safety and security, better experiences and more. TI has made it easy to start development for the Industrial IoT with application focused reference designs.
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Designing with the Things in the Internet of Things

Reports predict that the resurgence of microcontroller sales in the coming years will be with MCUs that will potentially connect within the Internet of Things (IoT) and that the field is split between 8-bit and 32-bit devices. Wearables or smart homes might only require 8-bit MCUs, but once a gateway enters the picture, the application is sure to fall into the 32-bit MCU space.
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Low Power i.MX28x Module from TQ

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Freescale KW2x Tower System Modules

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Texas Instruments' Haptic Bluetooth Kit

The Haptic Bluetooth® Kit is a development tool that allows you to quickly and easily add ERM/LRA haptic effects to any device. It features the DRV2605 haptic driver which can be configured via Bluetooth® low energy (BLE) and an iOS app to create custom haptic sequences. It also comes with a pre-licensed library of distinct haptic effects, eliminating the need to design haptic waveforms. Buy Now

 
Artices

If you think Big Data's big now, just wait

We've been hearing a great deal about the power of Big Data. The hype says that as we gather more data, we will be able to get better answers to business problems, but the data levels we have seen so far could pale in comparison to what happens when we start adding sensors to the world. Read More

IT cloud vs. IoT cloud

In mid-2013, the buzz phrase "Internet of Things," also known as the "IoT," set the technology world on fire. Because of this craze, a lot of products that were developed for completely different end applications changed all their marketing collateral overnight to become IoT products. Cloud companies are not an exception. Read More

Cellular Modems for M2M Systems

By leveraging the cellular infrastructure that carriers have already put in place, designers can use this network rather than Wi-Fi or an alternative network interface for collecting data or providing remote management. Ideal for small- to medium-size data packets, the cellular network can reduce the hardware budget for large, distributed systems since no local Wi-Fi hotspot or repeater is needed for each device that connects to the cellular network.. Read More

Wireless connectivity for the Internet of Things

With numerous standards deployed in the market, spreading over multiple frequency bands and using different communication protocols, choosing the right wireless connectivity technology for an IoT application can be quite challenging. In this paper we review the predominant wireless connectivity technologies in the market, discuss their key technical concepts and engineering tradeoffs. Read More (pdf)

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