Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring connectivity options, part of Programming the Internet of Things with iOS.
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- Well we've talked about how to sense the real world,…and how to affect the real world.…Now let's talk about how to communicate…back and forth with other devices…including the Internet itself.…Your options for connecting to the network…from your thing are: wired TCP or TCP with WiFi,…Bluetooth Low Energy, which we'll be…using in this course, and cellular.…You can also create Custom RF things that are used…to communicate between two specific things.…
That can be used, for example,…to create a mesh network of things…that talk amongst themselves,…where one of the things also has…one of the other types of connectivity…to connect up that mesh to the actual Internet.…When we talk about TCP/IP, we're talking about…wired TCP/IP, or WiFI for the actual devices.…For your iOS device, of course, it's WiFi only.…TCP/IP connections can be 10's of megaBITS per second.…And you can use HTTP, HTTPS, or over sockets,…any Internet protocol that you want.…
When connecting up with Bluetooth Low Energy,…it works with any iOS device capable of running iOS8,…
- Exploring the IoT universe
- Understanding sensors and effectors
- Connecting inputs and outputs
- Connecting to devices via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth
- Using Apple iBeacon
- Creating your own things with programmable hardware
- Using IFTTT to program things
- Exploring trends in IoT
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Internet of Things (IoT)
2. Exploring Things
3. Connecting to Things
4. Using Apple iBeacon
5. Creating Things
6. Managing Your Things
7. The Future of IoT
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