Join us Thurs, Feb 22, starting at 6pm PT in San Jose for hands-on IoT learning! Please RSVP through meetup.com: https://www.meetup.com/Learn-IoT-Community/events/247664814/
In this evening session, you will learn how to set up an AE-CLOUD1 kit and connect up to the Renesas IoT Sandbox. You’ll login and view temperature, pressure, humidity, vibration, and noise level data on your cloud dashboard. You can also set up daily email reports with up-to-date sensor data and other statistics.
This is a hands on evening workshop focused on working through an online tutorial. Boards and sensors are provided for use during the meetup free of charge to all. But you must bring your own Windows laptop. (It must be Windows.)
The AE-CLOUD1 enables rapid evaluation, prototyping and development of cloud connected applications using the Renesas Synergy Platform. The AE-CLOUD1 comes preloaded with the Renesas IoT Sandbox demo, to get up and running quickly. It couples with the Synergy Enterprise Cloud Toolbox, which enables connecting to Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud Platform.
We’ll also be showing the Over The Air (OTA) firmware update capability of the board.
We'll do introductions, give a short intro to the board and the overall setup, and then you dive into the tutorial, going at your own pace. You get the chance to work on your board, ask questions, and make progress right there.
Please register with Renesasrulz (https://renesasrulz.com/iot/f/iot-sandbox-forum), so you can begin taking advantage of tutorials and other information available.
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Plus pizza, sodas, coffee, water... available for free for all attendees!
In reply to codetricity:
In reply to Jesse Casman:
I don't think the Mac laptop will work. Did you try it with a new AE-CLOUD1 board? How did you move the MediumOne config file to the AE-CLOUD1 MCU board with a Mac. Can you mount the AE-CLOUD1 board as a USB drive using the Mac laptop?
I think you may need to say that a Windows 10 laptop is required.
They were able to get by in the last meetup with a Mac because they didn't have to mount the S5D9 board for the BugLabs tutorial, which was the default application for the previous kit.
In reply to amjad: