SensorTile is a tiny, turnkey, IoT sensor module that packs powerful processing capabilities leveraging an ultra-low-power STM32L4 microcontroller and Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity based on our BlueNRG network processor as well as a wide spectrum of MEMS motion and environmental sensors and including a digital microphone.
SensorTile can snugly fit into your IoT hub or sensor network node and be at the core of your own solution for wearables, gaming accessories, and smart-home or Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices.
Start exploring and exploit all the capabilities of the SensorTile with the STEVAL-STLKT01V1, a comprehensive development kit that comes with all the hardware required to begin prototyping your idea right away.
Alongside the hardware, there’s a powerful open software ecosystem for faster time to market including software and firmware libraries and tools that will enable you to easily develop your IoT hub or sensor node:
- BlueMS mobile app for smartphones and tablets (Android and iOS), built on BlueST-SDK, lets you display raw and processed sensor data through a convenient graphical interface.
- STSW-STLKT01 basic firmware package that includes all the low-level drivers to manage the on-board devices and system-level interfaces as well as DataLog and AudioLoop sample applications so you can get started with the SensorTile in minutes.
- BLUEMICROSYSTEM2 expansion software package lets you read and display real-time environmental sensor data, battery level, digital microphone levels and voice communication over Bluetooth low energy enabling advanced development based on the SensorTile.
- BlueST-SDK, a complete Bluetooth Low Energy and sensor technology software development kit (SDK) that lets you develop your own Android™ and iOS™ applications.
Watch this unboxing video and discover the SensorTile development kit. You’ll get a set of boards that will enable you to explore and take advantage of all the capabilities of the SensorTile IoT design lab. This video gives you a step-by-step tutorial on how to get started inventing.