Deploying a gateway for The Things Network using

This article was written by Matthew Macdonald-Wallace of Mockingbird Consulting. Mockingbird Consulting provides workshops on a wide range of topics and is committed to inspiring the next generation of engineers. Their "Internet of Threes" program helps organizations understand how people, places, and things are all part of a successful IoT

Open Source Guide #2: Code Quality and Static Analysis

This is the second post in a series on best practices and tools for open-sourcing a project, based on our experience building Etcher and various other projects at We'll be covering topics including documentation, code quality, community building, error tracking, and so forth. Let us know if there

How Samsung Italy built an access control system with ARTIK and

Inside the Samsung District in Milan, Italy, members of the sales and product & solutions teams meet with companies to showcase the latest technologies from Samsung. Visiting customers can see the newest and most innovative products in action. The B2B showroom demonstrates, for example, what a digital signage solution might

Docker builds on ARM servers: you’re not crazy, your builds really are 5x faster

Last week, we announced the arrival of Docker's multi-stage build feature to the image builder. The main benefit? Much smaller images for faster download times. This week, we're focused on build speed. We can now build your container images on bare metal ARM servers, increasing build speed by

Multi-stage Docker builds for tiny IoT images makes heavy use of Docker containers. Containers make it easy to ship applications with a standard list of parts and instructions, and by bringing this approach to connected devices we greatly simplify the fleet management process. Docker has many features that make it suitable for IoT applications, but

Move to the edge with Azure IoT and

The benefits of running services on the edge—fast response times, low bandwidth, the ability to work offline—make this approach an attractive alternative to a fully cloud-based model. But there are some things to think about before moving to the edge: How do you keep the development process simple,

Manage a fleet of drones

with, AWS IoT, & NodeJS This article was authored by Excelion Partners, a tech consulting firm located in Wisconsin that specializes in full-stack, globally scalable IoT solutions. Project source code and additional files available on GitHub. Fleet management concerns, such as securing, updating, and controlling a multitude of

30MHz: real-time environment monitoring with

Use Cases: Industrial; Environment Monitoring Headquarters: Amsterdam From pepper growers to port operators, 30MHz enables businesses to be more productive by monitoring their environments in real time. They provide a full suite of tools for industrial companies to gather metrics from across the physical world and turn them into action.

The status and future of open source

It's been a while since we promised to open source enough of so that, if you’re willing to do the work, you can run a fleet without our assistance or permission. A lot of progress has been made in this direction, and we have a clear plan

Petrolog: remotely managing oil wells with

Use Case: Oil & Gas Headquarters: Houston, TX Petrolog provides IoT solutions for oil well automation and remote monitoring, helping operators increase production and reduce operating costs. Petrolog’s main product is a POC (pump off condition) controller. The controller detects when a well enters pump off condition, which occurs when