This is the initial version of the IIoT quickstart program implemented on the AT&T IoT kit.

Dependencies:   WNCInterface mbed-rtos mbed

IBM Watson IoT Platform Quickstart program using the AT&T/Avnet IoT Starter Kit

Using the AT&T Cellular IoT Starter Kit from Avnet the this program publishes temperature and/or humidity to the IBM Watson IoT Platform Quickstart site. The user can switch between temperature or humidity. The user can select which data series to display by selecting the event at the bottom of the display.

NOTE: This doc is specific to using the AT&T Cellular IoT Starter Kit which contains a FRDM-K64F from NXP. Ensure that the mbed online compiler has the platform set to FRDM-K64F.

1. Launch mbed online compiler in your browser

2. In a seperate browser Tab, goto the Avnet BluemixQS site and select the Import into Compiler button in the upper right portion of the window.

3. With the example program imported into you work-space, you have all the components needed. Simply execute the Compile button.

Expected execution outcome

Once the program is compiled and downloaded to the IoT Kit, perform the following steps:

1. Using a terminal program such as Hyperterm or Putty, connect to the Kit (select comm parameters of 115200-N81)

2. Press the `reset` button, then you should see the program start running! When it runs, the output will look similar to:

Sample Ouput

HTS221 Detected (0xBC)
  Temp  is: 89.66 F 
  Humid is: 08 %
     *     *
    *____   *____             Bluemix Quick Start example
   * *===*   *==*             using the AT&T IoT Starter Kit
  *___*===*___**  AVNET

This demonstration program operates the same as the original 
MicroZed IIoT Starter Kit except it only reads from the HTS221 
temp sensor (no 31855 currently present and no generated data).

Local network info...
IP address is
MAC address is 11:02:72:14:95:91
Gateway address is
Your <uniqueID> is: IoT-11027214-2016

To run the demo, go to ''
and enter 'IoT-11027214-2016' as your device ID.  The temperature data will then be displayed
as it is received. You can switch between temperature and humidity by depressing SW2.

(0) Attempting TCP connect to  Success!
(0) Attempting MQTT connect to Success!
Publishing MQTT message '{"d" : {"temp" : " 90.2" }}' (27)

3. Once the program is running, go to and enter your device ID (this is IoT-11027214-2016 in the above sample output) and select the GO button. As data is received it will automatically graphed and displayed below the graph. If you want to switch and display humidity rather than temperature (temperature is the default), depress SW2 on the FRDM-K64F board and select humid in the data under the graph.


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