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Libelium Launches Internet of Things Resources for Higher Ed

Libelium, a provider of hardware and APIs for wireless sensor networks, has launched an initiative designed to support technical education focused on the development of the Internet of Things (IoT).

As part of the new initiative, the company is offering "new hands-on tutorials for Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Waspmote and Intel Galileo, IoT kits, developer training and promotion and IoT courses for teachers and universities," according to a news release. Available via the company's open hardware division, Cooking Hacks, the new resources are grouped by platform, skill, application and user level.

"To realize the potential of the IoT market means investing in technology and in education, for more developers — not just more sensors," said Alicia Asin, Libelium co-founder and CEO, in a prepared statement. "With Libelium and Cooking Hacks, we are empowering developers to innovate, to be entrepreneurs and build businesses from their ideas. The IoT is a huge opportunity and we aim to increase the speed of innovation and the speed of adoption, at the same time."

More information is available at cooking-hacks.com.

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Joshua Bolkan is contributing editor for Campus Technology, THE Journal and STEAM Universe. He can be reached at jbolkan@gmail.com.

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