Friday, April 28, 2017 - 11:00am to 11:45am

Intel® Curie™ Open Developer Kit (ODK): A Primer—Part 1

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Whether you are a maker enthusiast who is just getting started or a seasoned developer wanting to jump into embedded device development, this session is for you. Oliver Chen covers the Intel Curie ODK (CODK) and how it can help you rapidly prototype products by leveraging tools familiar to you. The Intel CODK includes software, tools, and documentation for developers to build their own custom boards based on the Intel Curie Module. The CODK helps developers build boards starting with the Arduino101 (Genuino101 outside the United States), the Arduino IDE, or CODK A-Tree. Then, transition to using the open source schematics and board files, and the Zephyr-based M tree which uses Zephyr APIs and Arduino-style APIs, before moving to the Z-Tree for full optimization.

Oliver Chen

Maker, mentor, and educator, Oliver Chen is a twenty-two year Intel veteran currently working as a software engineer in Intel’s Maker and Innovator Group. He encourages the broader adoption of embedded systems for the Internet of Things by working with makers and startups on rapid prototyping with the Intel Galileo, Edison, Curie module-based Arduino101, and newly introduced Joule. For Season 1 of America’s Greatest Makers reality show, he directly mentored the startup teams— ASEAH, Powerbobber, and Motivate Me—and the $1 Million winning team Grush.