Measuring only 35x26mm, the tinyTILE has been specifically designed for use in wearable and IoT designs for consumer and industrial edge products. It runs a software platform created specifically for the Intel Curie module and as such, can be programmed using either the Arduino IDE, Intel’s own software, Intel Curie Open Developer Kit (ODK), or Anaren Atmosphere, a cloud-based ecosystem that offers a complete end-to-end IoT solution. Key features of this compact board include compute functionality, motion sensors, Bluetooth connectivity, pattern matching capabilities for optimised analysis of sensor data and battery charging capabilities.
The tinyTILE can be modified by the custom design services from Premier Farnell, it gives developers entry level access to begin developing IoT and wearables products at a lower cost, opening out the possibilities for future developments.
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