Microchip and Google have partnered to provide you with an ideal foundation for building your next cloud-connected design.
Combining powerful microcontrollers, a CryptoAuthentication™ secure element and a fully certified Wi-Fi® network controller these boards offer the most simple and effective way to connect embedded applications to Google's Cloud loT core platform.
Make a direct connection to the Google Global Cache (GGC) edge nodes, pre-provisioned with free sandbox account to see light and temperature data with access to Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Machine Learning (ML) tools and bleeding edge technology.
I could prove that it took me just about 13 seconds instead to connect this AVR®-IoT WG Development Board AC164160-ND vs their promotion: Out of the box & into the Cloud in less than 30 seconds.
For your final prototypes you can choose your favorite AVR® microcontroller to make an easy and secure cloud connection.
At the heart of the loT Development Board is your choice of microcontroller. Choose the AVR® MCU that you are using and most comfortable with.
These powerful and efficient 8-bit MCUs allow you to intelligently bring your data to the Cloud. These scalable MCUs provide you the possibility of expanding upon the loT functionality and add your customized sensors into the application. When you move from prototyping to series production you can keep using your preferred MCU. On this loT Development board there is this fixed ATMEGA4808 AVR® Microcontroller ATMEGA4808-MFRCT-ND.
For rapid prototyping, this loT Development Board is supported by both Studio 7 and MPLAB X IDEs as well as graphical development tools such as START and MCC. These tools simplify connecting existing applications to the cloud or developing new loT designs.
The integrity of any network is determined by its weakest link. As the attack surface of loT devices continues to grow with .... clear acceleration, security can no longer be an afterthought. The loT Development Boards entrust data encryption to the latest in Microchip's CryptoAuthentication™ portfolio, the hardware based ATECC608A Secure Element ATECC608A-MAHDA-SCT-ND. By employing ultra-secure key storage, cryptographic countermeasures and obscuring private keys from both users and software this secure element ensures the highest fidelity of your transmission into the Cloud.
The critical component that propels your design into the Cloud is Microchip's ATWINC1510 (Wi-Fi® Network Controller ATWINC1510-MR210PB-ND) a single-band 2.4GHz Wi-Fi® network controller that was specifically optimized for low power loT applications. Featuring extremely low power consumption, the ability to store various security certificates, and 8Mb of on-board Flash memory, this device offloads all networking tasks from the main CPU while automatically providing a secure socket connection and server authentication to the Google Cloud.
Each board comes pre-associated with a default shared Google Cloud (sandbox) account for immediate successful authentication and data sharing without a custom user account. At any time, the user can disconnect the device from the default sandbox and register to a private account.
The on-board mikroBUS™ connector allows for both the seamless integration of any MikroElektronika ClickBoard™ and the ability to quickly interface with other sensors or actuators that support the popular mikroBUS™ footprint.
With over 500 click boards to choose from this board can rapidly be made into an loT enabled motion detector, heart rate monitor, or anything else you can imagine.
USB Mass Storage interface allows easy drag-and-drop update of the microcontroller Flash memory and configuration of WiFi® credentials. The USB can also be used for diagnostics and to support command line interface.
AVR Microcontroller-based Solution
ATmega4808 AVR® Microcontroller ATMEGA4808-MFRCT-ND
ATECC608A Secure Element ATECC608A-MAHDA-SCT-ND
ATWINC1510 Wi-Fi® Network Controller ATWINC1510-MR210PB-ND
MCP9808 Digital Temperature Sensor MCP9808T-E/MSCT-ND
MIC33050 Voltage Regulator 576-3040-1-ND
MCP73871 Battery Charger MCP73871-2CCI/ML-ND
If you can‘t use the USB port for supplying power, you can take this as well:
1528-1841-ND with MPN: 1578 from Adafruit Industries as LLC BATTERY LITHIUM 3.7V 500mAh
Integrated Development Environment (IDE): Atmel Studio 7 or MPLAB X
Rapid Prototyping: Atmel START or MPLAB Code Configurator® X
Dedicated web page to view sensor data from Google Cloud [avr-iot.com]
The AVR-IoT WG Development Board will be introduced in the DK IoT Studio™ as the fastest and simplest way to create, deploy and manage a complete embedded-to-cloud IoT solution at embeddedworld2019 in Nuremberg, Germany our booth number is 633 in hall 4A.
We need to point out that when using the DK IoT Studio, the AVR®-IoT node connects to our default cloud service, which is Amazon AWS in this case and no longer Google Global Cache (GGC).
These expansion sensors are already available from MikroElektronika as mikroBUS™ Click™ Boards for drag & drop implementation in our tool:
Mikroe-2731 LSM6DSL CLICK Accelerometer, Gyroscope 1471-1857-ND
Mikroe-1971 HTS221 TEMP&HUM CLICK (Temperature& Humidity) 1471-1503-ND
Mikroe-2665 LPS22HB CLICK Barometer 1471-1794-ND
Mikroe-2684 LSM303AGR CLICK Magnetometer / Accelerometer 1471-1832-ND
Mikroe-1489 MPL3115A2 Pressure / ALTITUDE CLICK 1471-1459-ND
Mikroe-2953 CCS811 – Gas Sensor Evaluation Board 1471-1988-ND
Beyond – Other Complementary Devices
Other examples of expansion sensors from MikroElektronika mikroBUS™ Click™ Boards are:
3D Motion (I²C) MIKROE-1877 1471-1435-ND
UV Click (I²C) MIKROE-1677 1471-1461-ND
Humidity/Temp (I²C) MIKROE-949 1471-1316-ND
Heart Rate 7 click (I²C) MIKROE-2998 1471-2000-ND
Air Quality MIKROE-1630 1471-1358-ND
Air Quality MIKROE-2529 1471-1742-ND
Air Quality MIKROE-2896 1471-1929-ND
Air Quality MIKROE-3056 1471-2028-ND
Weather MIKROE-1978 1471-1487-ND
Diff Pressure MIKROE-2387 1471-1658-ND
Diff Pressure MIKROE-3332 1471-2139-ND
IR RX/TX MIKROE-1377 1471-1083-ND
Time of Flight (distance) 3D ToF MIKROE-2509 1471-1733-ND
HTC1 MIKROE-3263 1471-2104-ND
HTC3 MIKROE-3331 1471-2123-ND
Ultrasonic Range Finder MIKROE-3302 71-2109-ND
Smart Home IoT Sensors & Actuators (Intelligent lighting, Smart appliances, Anti-theft systems, Climate control, Surveillance, Energy saving, Access control, Sprinkler systems)
Smart City Industrial Sensors (air quality, traffic forecast, Transportation, Radio Frequency Identifier [RFID] tags, satellite trackers, Bluetooth beacons and Near-Field communication [NFC])
Health (blood pressure, heart rate, pump and flow control, Sport activities)
Industry 4.0 Process Control Sensors (level, pressure, temperature, flow; Industrial loT [IIoT] Artificial Intelligence [AI] Machine Learning [ML] Machine-to-Machine [M2M] communication and automation technologies)
Documents & Media
AVR-IoT WG User Guide MCP9808 ATmega3208/4808 AVR-IoT WG Development Board Quick Start Guide AVR-IoT WG Development Board Pocket Card http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/AVR-IoT0WG-Technical-Summary-50002805A.pdf http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/ATECC608A-CryptoAuthentication-Device-Summary-Data-Sheet-DS40001977B.pdf http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/80000777A.pdf http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/40002015A.pdf http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/Atmel-42376-SmartConnect-WINC1500-http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/ATWINC15x0-MR210xB-IEEE-802.11-b-g-n-SmartConnect-IoT-Module-Data-Sheet-DS70005304C.pdf http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/Atmel-42420-WINC1500-Software-Design-Guide_UserGuide.pdf http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/30010193A.pdf http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/Atmel-42416-ATWINC1500-Hardware-Design-Guide-IEEE802.11-bgn-IoT-Module_UserGuide.pdf
AVR-IOT WG Development Board