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Posts Tagged: Windows IoT

Want to Connect your IoT device with no intermediate party costs? Here’s how!

Having devices connected to the internet is a really cool thing. But most of the time, this comes with a cost for an intermediate party that queries and delivers device status information. I was about to write an article for… Continue Reading →

Read Arduino sensor data from a Raspberry Pi Using I2C and Windows 10 IoT

Introduction Because there is currently no way to autodiscover an Arduino as an USB peripheral from a Raspberry Pi running Windows 10, I have to resort to I²C communication to get messages from and to the Arduino. I will use a… Continue Reading →

Autodiscover an Arduino from a Windows IoT application

In a previous post, I elaborated on how you can connect your Arduino to your development machine and write a simple Windows Universal application to control a relay. Now, because we don’t want to check our device manager for the correct USB address every… Continue Reading →

Deploy Windows IoT for Arduino control and write a simple PoC

In this post I’ll elaborate on a proof of concept for the Automated Greenhouse. This was also the perfect time to test Windows IoT for controlling the Arduino. The setup You’ll need a development machine supporting Visual Studio 2015, an Arduino, a… Continue Reading →