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YouTuber, game developer, and aspiring computer scientist Jabrils takes on the IBM Developer Drone Challenge. In part 1, he gets familiar with the hardware -- aka, the DJI Tello drone -- and looks into visual programming using Node-RED.
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Use drone aerial images, Watson Studio, and Watson Visual Recognition to survey flood damaged neighborhoods, to identify homes with survivors on rooftops, and to detect rescue boats.
May 21, 2019
Analyze social media after a natural disaster for insights that are useful to victims and first responders
Use the sample Node-RED flows, which use the Ryze and DJI SDKs to control their Tello drone API and also use the Watson Visual Recognition nodes, to program the Tello drone to take pictures and then classify the images.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use the Maximo REST API and the Maximo NodeJS SDK to build a web application that allows any user to access Maximo asset data.
May 20, 2019
Create a local Hyperledger Fabric network using the IBM Blockchain Platform extension for VS Code, which makes it easy to start developing smart contracts.
May 16, 2019
In this six-part series, developer advocate Derek Teay covers the six core technology areas within Call For Code.
May 14, 2019
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In this video tutorial, John Walicki will be livestreaming to teach you how to incorporate Node-RED, Twitter, and artificial intelligence into your Call for Code submissions.
May 13, 2019
Learn about the architecture of digital twins, the problems that they solve in processing IoT data, and the different types of digital twins.
In part 2 of his IBM Developer Drone Challenge, developer and YouTuber Jabrils implements face recognition and tracking to have his DJI Tello drone follow him from a set distance. After a few tries -- and near misses -- he's ready for his close-up. But not too close!
Web developer and YouTuber Wes Bos has his DJI Tello drone flying and now wants to use React to create a user interface to control his flight patterns. Join Wes as he hammers out his code and uses the interface to perform some fancy flying maneuvers.
May 09, 2019
Linus Tech Tips shows us what's in the winner's box and has some fun provisioning a Node-RED instance in IBM Cloud to create a pathway for the DJI Tello drone.
May 06, 2019
This brief tutorial will show you how to invoke a Building Insights API from a Node-RED application.
Learh how to create a mesh network over wifi using Raspberry Pis. After creating the mesh, you will use it to extend an existing network, then use the mesh to connect sensors to the Internet and allow other devices (not participating in the mesh) to connect to the Internet via…
Apr 16, 2019
Use drone aerial images, Watson Studio, and Watson Visual Recognition to survey wildfire-damaged neighborhoods and identify burned homes and intact homes.
Apr 09, 2019
This video tutorial demonstrates a Node-RED flow that uses Watson Speech-to-Text APIs to transcribe the words that are being spoken, that counts how many words are being said in a given time, and then passes a message along to an IoT connected device (the GlowOrb) with MQTT telling it to…
Apr 04, 2019
Learn how to weave together IoT, Node-Red, and Watson IoT to create a Call for Code app that mitigates natural disasters.
Apr 02, 2019
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a Node-RED Starter application that can be used to connect Watson AI services Speech to Text, Language Translator, and Text to Speech to create a spoken universal translator.
Mar 28, 2019
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Learn how to create a customized node for a RESTful deep learning microservice, providing access to that service's API in your Node-RED flows.
Mar 27, 2019
Use IoT sensors, a Raspberry Pi gateway, MQTT, and Watson IoT Platform along with Leaflet and ArcGIS to track, visualize, and map assets and device data.
Mar 26, 2019
Learn how to launch a chatbot on the TJBot, which has a Raspberry Pi that is equipped with the USB microphone and a small portable speaker. You use with Watson Speech to Text and Watson Text to Speech services that generate speech for users and convert sounds into text for…
Mar 25, 2019
It’s not enough to respond to a natural disaster; healthcare facilities need to be prepared before disasters occur, including those involving malicious attempts to exploit the situation.
Mar 22, 2019
In this Code Pattern, we'll demonstrate how to build and deploy a custom perceptive application within a TRIRIGA instance. This perceptive application demonstrates how to render and update interactive floor plans from TRIRIGA, and to pull data from the Weather Company API. We also demonstrate how to deploy an indoor…
Mar 19, 2019
Before open source was cool, IBM worked to establish open source as technology that's safe (and good!) for the enterprise.
Feb 26, 2019
Smart buttons are one of the current trends in IoT-enabled wearables. You can easily trigger a diverse set of actions from these smart buttons. This tutorial shows you how to make your own wifi smart button.
Feb 22, 2019
John Walicki discusses how to exploit Watson AI services in internet of things projects
Feb 15, 2019
Create a custom application to visualize Building Insights data within a TRIRIGA instance.
Feb 13, 2019
Peek behind the curtain of any new innovation, and you’ll likely find a foundation built on open source contributions.
Feb 09, 2019
Android, a rich platform for application development, offers an attractive set of user interface elements and data management capabilities. It also has a healthy array of networking options for developing applications that connect to the physical world. What would you want to connect to? Perhaps you want to tell the…
Feb 06, 2019
We welcomed almost 100 developers in Zurich for a day filled with labs, breakout sessions, and walk-in demos. The content of our day reflected the major discussions facing our community: managing multi-cloud environments – both public and private, Kubernetes, IoT, and Analytics.
Code @ Think, IBM's developer experience at the conference, is the ideal venue to connect and skill up among the industry's brightest.
Feb 05, 2019
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Track employee safety conditions, such as their heart rates, room temperature, and pollutants, with Worker Insights service.
Jan 29, 2019
IBM and Clinton Global Initiative University partner to equip students with technology to address world's challenges.
Jan 10, 2019
Frida is an end-to-end solution with a mobile AI-enabled application called Frida and an IoT device called fridaSOS.
In this tutorial, we will run an end-to-end application written on top of the IBM Db2 Event Store. This application is representative of a simplified IoT use-case where sensor data is being streamed to the Event Store and visualized.
Jan 04, 2019
TJBot is a do-it-yourself kit that enables you to build a programmable cardboard robot powered by IBM Watson.
Jan 03, 2019
Every day, hundreds of millions of devices and applications send and receive data and commands across IoT, using MQTT.
Learn about the origins of Node-RED, what’s made it so popular, and our vision for the future of the project.
Dec 25, 2018
Exposes IBM Watson services as Node-RED nodes, enabling developers and designers to add Watson services to their Node-RED Internet of Things models
Dec 14, 2018
Deploy an application that leverages neural networking models to analyze Real-Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP) video streams using OpenCV and Darknet.
Dec 13, 2018
For the 2018 Call for Code challenge, team Dashing Communicators linked old tech to new when natural disaster strikes.
Node-RED is a simple visual tool that makes it easy to wire together events and devices for the Internet of Things.
Dec 11, 2018
Find out what a 3D printer can do for you, what it can’t do, and how you can best make use of this new technology.
Nov 28, 2018
Analyze large datasets, such as hourly EPA air quality data, with Watson Studio and Python data science packages.
Nov 26, 2018
Apache Edgent is an open source development tool that makes it easier for developers to create Internet of Things (IoT) applications to analyze data on the edge of their networks.
Nov 19, 2018
Configure a Raspberry Pi, sensors, a microcontroller, and Watson IoT Platform for a long-range IoT system
Nov 12, 2018
Use open source project, Projec Intu, to embed cognitive functions in various forms such as spaces, avatars, or other IoT devices.
Nov 06, 2018
In this live coding event, John Walicki walks through the code you can fork and deploy for yourself to use drone aerial images, Watson Studio, and Watson Visual Recognition to survey neighborhoods and countrysides.
Nov 02, 2018
Learn how to track assets and visualize incoming sensor data from the Watson IoT Platform on a mapping application using Leaflet and ArcGIS.
Oct 27, 2018
IoT, cloud services and low-cost sensors provide real-time ground data to prevent wildfires.
Oct 26, 2018
The 2018 Call for Code winner, Project Owl is a hardware and software solution that simplifies disaster management.
With mentoring from IBM and Call for Code, university students developed natural disasters solutions.
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