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For questions about the application of artificial intelligence to the Internet of Things, such as processing data from remote sensors in the cloud. For general AI questions, consider asking at Artific…
For questions about the use of the ANT multicast wireless sensor network technology in IoT devices.
For questions about the Weightless-N, Weightless-P and Weightless-W protocols. If necessary, consider tagging your question with a more specific tag such as [weightless-w].
For questions about the 'SIMON' family of lightweight block ciphers optimised for performance in low-footprint hardware implementations in applications of IoT. For general cryptographic questions on S…
For questions about the 'SPECK' family of lightweight block ciphers optimised for performance in software implementations in applications of IoT.
For questions about the Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP), also known as Jabber. Use this tag for questions related to this protocol, and especially its applications to IoT devices.
For questions about the proprietary "Home Connect" smart home service and appliances including questions regarding the Home Connect SDK.
For questions about the Open Connectivity Foundation and its rules, standards and guidelines.
Shodan is a search engine for Internet-connected devices (including IoT products). Use this tag for questions related to the use, reliability and security of Shodan.
For questions concerning best environmental practices for IoT device recycling or disposal.
For questions about Pebble smartwatches and their features.
For questions about IoT devices designed by Roost, such as their water alarm or their smoke detector.
For questions about the Echo Look, a version of the Amazon Echo with an embedded camera. For questions about the regular Echo or Echo Dot, use [amazon-echo] instead.
For questions about Mycroft, an open-source smart assistant similar to Alexa and Google Home that can be freely integrated into smart devices.
For questions about the processing of aggregated data from multiple endpoints
The Sparkfun Thing is an IoT platform with integrated Wi-Fi.
Grove is a modular, standardized connector prototyping system for sensors and controllers. The Grove system consists of a base unit (stem) and various modules (twigs) with standardized connectors.
The Micro Bit is an inexpensive and open source hardware ARM-based embedded system designed by the BBC for use in computer education in the UK popular with hobbyists.
Pycharm is an IDE for the Python programmng language, made by JetBrains. The community edtion is free for both private and commercial use.
Ada is a programming language, based on Pascal, which adds features to ensure highly secure but free code at compile time and to catch problems at run time by using "design by contract". It i generall…