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The Grove IoT Commercial Developer Kit is produced by Seeed for Internet of Things (IoT) developers. The kit includes the Intel® NUC Kit DE3815TYKE, pre-installed with the Intel® IoT Gateway Software Suite. This Linux based Commercial OS system is designed to better help developers prototype, develop and deploy a use case. This kit includes a wide range of Grove sensors which works with the Arduino (USA Only) /Genuino 101(outside of US).
NOTICE: This kit DOES NOT include the Arduino / Genuino 101. Please visit here to purchase separately.
This pint-sized package is a small device with big performance. It takes the capabilities of a complete desktop system and packs it all into a sleek 7.48" x 4.56" x 1.57" chassis. The kit features the Intel® Atom™ processor E3815 (512KB Cache, 1.46 GHz), which has a thermal design power (TDP) at only 5W. It has an internal support for 2.5-inch HDD or SSD · Built-in 4 GB eMMC device, while allowing an expansion up to 8GB of 1333/1600 MHz DDR3L memory via SO-DIMM slot · Half-length mini PCIe* slot. More features of the kit in the table below:
The Grove modules
The kit provides an Arduino compatible Grove Base shield and a variety of Grove modules that cover a wide range of applications: The Grove - Piezo Vibration Sensor for motion detection, the Grove - Temperature Sensor_V1.1 for temperature measurement and the Grove - Sound Sensor_V1.2 for voice sensing etc. With the pre-installed Intel® IoT Gateway Software Suite in the Intel® NUC Kit DE3815TYKE, you can quickly set up your IoT project for deployment.
Built-in Intel® IoT Gateway Software Suite in Intel® NUC Kit DE3815TYKE
Grove sensors and actuators for rapid prototyping • Plug-N-play Grove system
Easy-to-use base shield for Arduino/Genuino 101
Hi there~ Thanks for your comment.This kit do support Azure, we will fix our mistake.Regards
Hi Dinesh~ We have checked again, according to the link offered by adamadatasci.This kit do support Azure. Sorry for the mistake.Regards