ARTIK

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Platform for cloud and module based IoT
ARTIK 5 antennas amplifying 5 RF circuits
ARTIK 10 computer and breadboard
Optimised endgame for product engineering

ARTIK5 and 10 are based on Exynos5 SOC, board is shipping : NIC, WiFi, BT, BLE (GATT PXP and HRP profiles)

Reference

For reference please head to the official documentation at :

The propose of this page, is to give complimentary informations that really matters to developers, like sharing R&D recipes, and share knowledge and efforts to provide the best support for favorites OS.

Cloud or Modules

ARTIK is positioned to facilitate rapid IoT development, but does so with two strategies. Namely, the ARTIK brand refers to a cloud technology (software service) as well as a module technology (hardware integration.) According to the top level ARTIK website, Your IoT journey starts here. Choose one or both:

ARTIK Development

A third strategy to using the ARTIK platform, is to start from the developer portal which documents both module and cloud IoT technologies.


Supported OS

Hardware Specs and Platform Status

ARTIK is a IoT enthusiast's dream, but includes hardware circuits for which no software device drivers exist. While 802.3, 802.11, and Bluetooth (even 4.1!) logic is built into the kernel and works out of the box, 802.15.4, ZigBee, 6LoWPAN, Z-Wave, LPWA, and SigFox only work sparingly or not at all. A partially complete list of hardware features follows.

ARTIK 10 hardware implemented features
Hardware circuit Driver status
5EA Camera input
3L2 Camera input
J33 Display
Micro SDHC slot Working
3.5mm audio socket Output working
3.5mm audio socket Input unverified
Onboard microphone Working
Arduino shield assembly
USB 2.0 connector
USB 3.0 connector
USB debug micro connector Working (UART)
HDMI output connector
802.3 Ethernet RJ45 connector Working
ZigBee SMA connector
SigFox SMA connector
Z-Wave SMA connector
WiFi SMA connector Working


Fedora / IoT Messaging

Out of the box, ARTIK module boards include messaging brokers in their eMMC based OS. In addition to Mosquitto, it's easy to install RabbitMQ and ZeroMQ with the dnf(1) (fork of yum) package manager.

Messaging software
Application Protocol
Mosquitto MQTT
RabbitMQ AMQP
ZeroMQ ØMQ


Production

A hypothetical business work flow leading to a market viable IoT product starts with a ARTIK 5 or 10 hardware computer on which all supporting circuitry is optimized away, except for the ARTIK module itself and a subset of peripheral devices (maybe power management or non module circuitry like the Atmel 8520 chip for SigFox RF.)

Resources:

The ARTIK module is a standalone circuit