One of the first things users will want to do with a new smart home device is get it on their wireless network. Many IoT devices lack a screen or keyboard, so one way to do this is by allowing users to pair a smartphone to the device so that they can control and configure the device. This is how Nest and Google Home work, among others, and the Nearby Connections 2.0 API makes it possible.
Android Things allows you to make amazing IoT devices with simple code. In this post, I’ll show you how to put the pieces together to build a more complex project!
Android Things allows you to make amazing IoT devices with simple code, but one of the things that can make a device extraordinary is machine learning. While there are a few services available online that will allow you to upload data and will return results, being able to use machine learning locally and offline can be incredibly useful.