Samsung gets serious about the IoT

The team has been working night and day, for many months, to build, test and express its vision for a better, more creative and human-centric Internet of Things. We are offering ARTIK as a powerful solution for a future in which technology brings us closer to our environments and to each other.

What is ARTIK?

It’s a family of building blocks optimized for IoT. Each ARTIK module fits a powerful processor, rich connectivity and airtight security inside a very small frame. ARTIK provides a platform for developers who simply want to focus on building and testing new ideas for IoT. Rather than spend your time writing low-level libraries, we invite you to use our development tools and open APIs to bring wearable tech, smart devices and hubs to market more quickly, cheaply and easily.

Samsung gets serious about the IoT

Our goals in building ARTIK were to minimize fragmentation and enable faster adoption of IoT. The Internet of Things is supposed to integrate our devices and experiences, yet it’s currently hampered by disconnected apps and ecosystems. ARTIK provides an end-to-end solution for making interconnected applications, from low-power wearables to high-end smart homes.


Ask some of the partners we’ve lined up, or get some early inspiration. For example:

We’ve joined with Arduino, heroes of the maker community, to work on getting ARTIK Arduino Certified and integrated with the Arduino IDE. You won’t have to be a professional developer to build with ARTIK; all you need is an idea.

Every ARTIK board ships with a Temboo library that, in conjunction with the Temboo website, lets you quickly generate code for the IoT applications you’re building. Look at the water monitor they made in minutes with ARTIK!

From advanced analytics and global cellular connectivity to new farming tools and wearable foot sensors, there are more stories to tell, and many more for you to imagine.

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