This year, a lot of IoT hardware platforms have been released, and all the semiconductor companies have finally started getting really serious about providing affordable development boards showcasing their portfolio of processors and sensors.
Here are the devices that particularly caught my attention, with some links to additional educational material.
Note: you can click on the pictures to learn more!
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Nice Job Ben, thank you for your efforts.
I was curious to get your thoughts on a couple of other Dev kits related to IoT.
– TI’s CC2540 SensorTAG
– Intel Edison
FYI – My personal focus is Industrial IoT Applications using BLE
Here’s another to consider: Onion Omega (https://onion.io) is truly a board oriented towards IOT devices and projects! It’s super small, has built-in WiFi, runs Linux, program it using popular web languages (Node.js, Python, etc.), lots of Expansions (bluetooth, gps, servo, etc.) to extend the capabilities, can be remotely controlled/updated via Onion Cloud and very affordable!