Published on July 16, 2018 by Android Developers

Say hello to Android Things 1.0, Google’s managed operating system for building and maintaining Internet of Things devices at scale! Wayne Piekarski gives an overview of the Android Things platform, what’s new in this version, how it provides long-term support for production devices, and a new lineup of System-on-Module hardware. Android Things 1.0 makes it easy for you to build your own IOT devices and makes hardware development more accessible to software developers.

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21 Comments on "Introducing Android Things 1.0"

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DigitArt Media
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DigitArt Media
1 month 3 days ago

Hari Anugrah
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Hari Anugrah
1 month 3 days ago

I've been waiting since last year

Marcel Soika
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Marcel Soika
1 month 3 days ago

3 years in Update support is not much… don't want to change the hardware every 3 Years….. Microsoft offers 10 Years of updates in there solution

LuLeBe
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LuLeBe
1 month 3 days ago

3 years is horrible. Basic IOT devices at home will be used for 5+ years. It would be a clear statement pro security to provide security updates for 8 years or so.

Erik N
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Erik N
1 month 3 days ago

Great, but three years isn’t nearly long enough for IoT devices. Try 8-10.

Gerhard Just Olsen
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Gerhard Just Olsen
1 month 4 days ago
I love Android things, but. There are a couple of issues that prevents me from using it in the products I design. The first problem is that the SoM's are only garateed to have software support for 3 years. Even if I updated to the latest version of Android things. The second problem is that the SoM's are too expensive. Even at quantitys of hundreds or thousands the price only for the SoM will be in the 100 to 130$ range. That is a lot to add to the bill of materials. You can get a virtual som for less… Read more »
Shashwat Singh
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Shashwat Singh
1 month 3 days ago

Gerhard Just Olsen Also there should be support to small memory stacks based chips kind of like android things lite.

Doron Tsur
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Doron Tsur
1 month 4 days ago

I really like Android SW
Question: Would you relate to RoHS and FCC compliance at the supported HW? From my humble survey of "FCC/RoHS" compliant HW which may work with AndroidThings SW, my best option so far is "ASUS Tinker Board S" which has FCC and RoHS labels on its PCB, from the product pictures I have seen.
I hope it is helpful in some way, information is MIT licensed: for free yet without any warranty

Sachin Pandit
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Sachin Pandit
1 month 4 days ago

👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌

justkidding
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justkidding
1 month 4 days ago

That's actually nice, good job!

Christopher H.
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Christopher H.
1 month 4 days ago

I thought it was a clone of samsung smart things 😂 Never mind

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