RevolutionUC, a student hackathon at the University of Cincinnati, is set to kickoff on Saturday April 8th. Kinetic Vision has partnered with Helium, a full stack IoT Developer Platform for designing, building and deploying enterprise-grade sensing solutions, as a sponsor for the exciting event. The Helium IoT Development Platform will be available to students, providing them with the opportunity to prototype and develop an app consuming real, live data from the physical world.
Check out tutorials and documentation, linked below, prepared by Kinetic Vision and Helium to get started quickly with the Helium Developer IoT Platform:
Integrating Helium Sensors into Watson IoT: Integrate real, live data from the Helium Developer IoT Platform with IBM Watson IoT.
Break Beam Sensor Integration (Digital Sensor): Learn how to set up a break beam sensor to send and receive data through the Helium IoT Developer Platform. You will also learn how to integrate your Helium data into outside applications including SMS.
Temperature and Pressure Sensor Integration (I2C Sensor): Temperature and Pressure sensors can be used to collect live data through the Helium IoT Developer Platform.
Analog Air Quality Sensor Integration (Analog Sensor): Utilize an indoor air quality sensor to send and receive data using the Helium IoT Developer Platform.