[News] Intorobot Launches the Open-Source Dual-CPU Core for IoTs and Robotics
Let Atom Be Your Private Engineer
IntoRobot, an experienced team of more than 30 faculty members and engineers, announces its project, the Atom, by-far the world's smallest dual-CPU for IoTs and robotics. As its motto “Let Atom be your private Engineer”, IntoRobot offers to help people who do not have too much knowledge of hardware, software or programming to make their own complex IoT devices and robots. IntoRobot will launch its Kickstarter campaign by the end of May 2015.
The Atom, small but powerful, consists of DUAL high performance processers, the STM32 MCU and the Linux-embedded CPU. It is an open-ware computer system, which is fully compatible to Arduino. It grants easily Internet connections for common devices such as your flowerpot, aquarium, cleaning-robot; it can also detect devices’ emerging events easily, which can be submitted through your email, WhatsApp, Facebook, WeChat and Twitter automatically. These are primary functionalities, and there are many more to be discovered by yourself.
On one hand, you can operate the board by inherent graphical interfaces, where you don’t need to program even a single line of code; on the other hand, you can use it as a professional. The Atom is not only fully compatible to Arduino, but it also supports Python, Node.js, PHP, Lua, Ruby, etc. Atom provides an Arduino-compatible environment, as well as a Linux development environment. They are super easy to use and be generalized. All these features increase the efficiency while decreasing the learning cost.
Along with the Atom, IntoRobot has also developed a cloud platform for applications of the Atom. The IntoRobot Cloud is free and open, which uses Restful APIs, MQTT protocols, and connects your devices safely and quickly. You can monitor and control your devices in real-time wherever you are. Moreover, you can easily and safely share the access and control to your device with your friends or even your community. With just one click, you can immediately share your devices with the whole world. Furthermore, the IntoRobot Cloud provides you a quick and precise search engine to spot on and “like” others’ devices.
Fabulous control widgets, still being enriched by IntoRobot Team, are customized for data and control visualization. Every widget is built with artistic design, and we believe you will love them at your first glance and hard to part with them. As graphical user interfaces, these control widgets make the inexplicable sensor-data and controls so intuitive and visualized. For your convenience, all the available control widgets are supported simultaneously for smart-phone Apps and common Web-browsers like Firefox and Chrome.
Plentiful instances and samples are supplied to help you quickly start. Within very few and simple steps, you can connect your devices such as a light, a flowerpot or an aquarium, into Internet, without any lines of codes. Further, with the fabulous control widgets, every connected thing can be simply monitored and controlled. A trigger system is designed, where IFTTT can be easily set up by dragging event or control icons on the free IntoRobot Cloud platform.
A friendly forum is also provided to the Atom users, where they can share their experience and communicate with each others. You can also find the relevant updates, news and information for activities as well as many hand-on samples and tutorials.
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DIY Intelligent flowerpot built using IntoRobot Atom (stm32 + wifi router dual cpu)
Per the free Cloud platform. you are able to monitor the current temperature and humidity of the pot. Meanwhile, you could control the sprayer to water the plant remotely.