The growth potential for the embedded industry is enormous, and the technological path forward is becoming clearer every day. It’s time that we start building IoT systems, and provide value to our customers.

This series of articles and videos outlines the key choices that you'll need to make in order to design and produce your own IoT devices.

Embedded system developers, catch the IoT wave. Go ahead and innovate!

Part 1

IoT Devices and Local Networks

Your choice of networking technology directly affects your hardware requirements and costs. IoT devices are deployed in so many different ways — in clothing, homes, schools, factories, and even your body — that no single technology fits all bills.

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Part 2

Embedded Devices

The “Thing” in the Internet of Things is an embedded computing device (or embedded system) – one that transmits and receives information over a network. But what is an embedded system?

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Part 3

Internet Usage and Protocols

Can you build an IoT system with familiar Web technologies? Or should you choose the new purpose-designed protocols that meet the requirements of devices with small amounts of memory, and networks with low bandwidth and high latency?

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Part 4

The Role of the Cloud in IoT

Running a cloud service must be a core competency; there will be no room for dilettantes. But not all organizations have the DNA to provide fail-safe operation of their servers and network, let alone guaranteeing back-ups and system redundancy.

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Part 5

The Internet of Things and the RTOS

The demands of an increasingly data-driven world mean that your IoT device will require robust and reliable software. For that, you’ll need a real-time operating system (RTOS).

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