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The Intel® Edison platform is a solution designed to lower the barriers to entry for quick prototyping and productizing the connected computing devices driving the next industrial revolution.

This wave of connected devices will be a diversified collection of products invented for specific consumers and consumer needs. 

Intel® Edison technology was designed specifically for the creators of these devices—emerging entrepreneurs eager to invent the future.  It combines a small, powerful, adaptable hardware platform and partner-enabled ecosystem with extended software compatibility and supportive online environment. 

With the solution offered by the Intel Edison platform, your imagination is the only obstacle between you and your invention.

Electronic Voting Machine
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An electronic voting machine that can validate a voter and allow access. It can also update the votes in real time to a database.

Electronic Voting Machine

Team Electronic voting machine

Intel Edison and Intel XDK IoT Edition 101
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This is a guide for getting started with Intel Edison and Intel XDK IoT Edition.

Standalone IRC channel monitoring
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See what's the chatter on an IRC channel even when you are not logged on yourself

Intel Edison + Octoblu
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Making IoT easy with the Intel Edison and Octoblu

Logging sensor data using Intel Edison and Python
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Grab sensor data from your Intel Edison without the need of the Arduino IDE, using the Mraa Python library

Booting Your Edison From An SD (Linux)
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Set up your SD card and use it to boot the Edison, for this tutorial we recommend an 8 - 16gb SD.

Meow-bot
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Meow-bot hears sound, moves toward it, then meows audibly and on the LED screen. Meow-bot alerts folks that they are loud in the office.

Holiday LED Sensor Display
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Dynamically blinking Red & Green LED's (Grove sensors)

Intel Edison threshold WiFi Grapher
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This project is of two parts; first we construct a pot value controlled LED lighter then we connect it to WiFi for cloud graphing.

Smart lighting system
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Real-time monitoring to save energy and provide a medium to find if the lighting system is defective by using Internet of Things (IoT).

Smart lighting system

Team Rockstars

Introduction to Intel Edison
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Edison can be used for wearables also it is enough powerful to control robots. Let's get familiar with Edison.

Make me coffee when I get to the office
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Detect when I connect to my office's WiFi network and then make coffee for me

Hobbyist Hydraulic Press
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Automate the controls for a hydraulic press.

Motion sensing with Intel Edison
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A quick guide on how to use the LeapMotion sensor to trigger an LED with Intel Edison.

Burglar Alarm with Sending SMS and Email from IoT device
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Lets make an easy and effective Burglar Alarm with PIR sensor.

Environment monitor with AWS IoT
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This projects shows a simple environment monitor which sends you an EMail when an abnormal weather condition is detected.

Example: LCD Display
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Sample LCD Display on Intel Edison in Node.js

Example: Temperature Sensor
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Sample Temperature Sensor on Intel Edison in Node.js

Air Quality Monitor
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This is a project addendum to a larger project called "Scalable Intelligent Air Quality Monitoring and Response"

Example: Connect to Thingspeak
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Sample how to post data to Thingspeak

NeoLED: NeoPixels on Edison
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Controlling large amounts of WS2812 LEDs with the Edison is as easy as writing it to an I2C Memory Array!

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