Device Management in WIoT Platform – Roll Back & Factory Reset

Introduction The Watson IoT Recipes ‘Device Management in WIoT Platform Device Initiated Firmware Upgrade‘ and ‘Device Management in WIoT PlatformPlatform Initiated Firmware Upgrade‘, the first and second in the series, demonstrated the steps needed to prepare the environment and perform Device Initiated Firmware Upgrade & Platform Initiated Firmware Upgrade operation, respectively.The Watson IoT Recipe Device...

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Raspberry Pi as Managed Gateway in Watson IoT Platform – Part 4

Location update In this step, we will update the locations of Raspberry Pi gateway and Arduino Uno device. The gateway and devices can update their location to Watson IoT Platform whenever it changes. The gateway can retrieve its location from a GPS receiver and send a device management message to the IoT Platform to update...

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Raspberry Pi as Managed Gateway in Watson IoT Platform – Part 2

Introduction This is part 2 of Gateway Device Management recipe, and in this part, we will demonstrate the Firmware Update process - Update the sketch code of Arduino Uno through Raspberry Pi gateway. If you do not have Raspberry Pi and Arduino Uno, dont worry, you can still follow the recipe to update a firmware...

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Raspberry Pi as Managed Gateway in Watson IoT Platform – Part 1

Introduction This recipe is a continuation of recipe Connect Raspberry Pi as Gateway to IBM Watson IoT Platform, and in this part, we demonstrate the device management capabilities of a gateway using a Raspberry Pi and Arduino UNO device. It is highly recommended that you complete the previous recipe for better understanding of the gateway...

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Connect an Intel Galileo to the IBM Watson IoT Platform Connect

Hardware RequirementsIntel Galileo Development Board.Micro SD card (SDHC format, minimum 4 GB/maximum 32 GB, FAT/FAT 32 formatted).Intel Galileo Getting StartedDB-9 to 3.5mm audio cableSerial to USB cable PrepareComplete steps 1 4 in the Intel Galileo Getting Started Guide. These steps include connecting your board to a Windows, Mac, or Linux computer using a USB cable.Select...

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Building Scalable Applications in IBM Watson IoT Platform

Introduction Shared subscription allows one to build scalable applications which will load balance device events across multiple instances of the application by making a few changes to how the application connects to the IBM Watson IoT Platform As shown in the figure, the device events are shared between the application 1 and application 2 by...

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