• Stewart Christie
  • Community Manager IoT Intel
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Stewart is the Community Manager for the Internet of Things Developer Program for users of the Intel® Galileo and Edison products, but he started his career developing hardware and software for embedded projects ranging from Dishwasher Controls to Space Station Motor Drives. When development became too tiresome, he helped run an embedded software tools company. Since moving to Intel 14 years ago, Stewart has continued his involvement with all things embedded, and has worked with the Intel® software tools ecosystem and was responsible for JTAG enabling, RTOS porting, and Compilers and Debuggers. After all this time he is now finally getting paid to work with robots, servos, sensors and software and hardware developers who use them


  • DIY Science using the Intel IoT Devkit
  • Time: TBD | Room: E-130
Inexpensive computing that connects to sensors has allowed DIY scientists to create automated and connected backyard science experiments. We will present a forensics gathering device and a solar tracking device built with Intel® Galileo and Intel® Edison. We’ll dive into how DIY science fits in with and is aiding professional scientists and researchers. We will talk about how to get started in DIY science including an overview of the Intel® IoT Developer Program. Next we’ll go over the hardware and software APIs used to build these two projects.