From guides on getting started with your first project to detailed demonstrations on building
complex integrated solutions, the Atmosphere video library contains a variety of helpful content on
The first part in a series of videos introducing the Atmosphere IoT Platform. In this video, we create a new project that controls an LED on an embedded device. In later parts in this series, we'll add BLE connectivity to control the LED from a mobile app, and add a sensor to send device data to the mobile app and the cloud.
In part two of our introductory series, we cover how Atmosphere creates and programs firmware into your device, and introduce the Atmosphere IoT Agent.
For part three of our introductory series, we save a new version of our project to keep the original, and add a BLE connection to blink the device’s LED with the press of a button using the Atmosphere app. We also add a sensor to the project, and send its data to the app and the cloud.
In part four of our introductory series, we register a device to our cloud using the Atmosphere app, then view live device data and blink the device’s LED. We also discuss some of the neat features the mobile app offers.
In part five of our introductory series, we add images to the project’s app interface to personalize it, and demonstrate how to add additional form factors for the application so it fits properly across a variety of mobile screen sizes.
To wrap up the Atmosphere introductory series, we add cloud event and cloud storage elements to the project so it can send and store data on the Atmosphere cloud, and we add dashboard widgets to visualize data in the cloud.
In this video, we demonstrate how to send sensor data to Atmosphere over the Sigfox network using an NXP Rapid IoT Kit alongside a MikroElektronika Sigfox Click board.
In this video, we demonstrate how to get started with your first Atmosphere project using the Rapid IoT Prototyping Kit. This simple project uses the kit’s internal temperature sensor to read temperature, then displays its value on the kit’s display.
Atmosphere IoT CTO Kieron Gillespie walks us through the Rapid IoT Studio and the Weather Station App from the show floor at Embedded World 2018.