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Internet of Things Project | Arduino | PART 1

The project is a simple demonstrative idea of how the Internet of things based devices work. The project covers all the sections needed to be known to make an IOT device. The project uses Arduino Uno, ESP8266 Wifi module, 16×2 LCD module, Jumper wires (M-M,F-M,F-F), Piezo Buzzer, LED’s, Breadboard, and Push Buttons.  

“The Internet of Things” – Wifi temperature sensor – Arduino & DFrobot wifi shield.

Video description of an implementation of a wireless temperature sensor using a Arduino prototype board and Dfrobot v2.2 wifi shield. The goal is to explore the topics of “The internet of things”, cloud computing and web services.   This formed part of the University Stellenbosch Business School MBA programme for the Operations and Information Management Module.  

Java Speaks the Language of the Internet of Things

We’re just beginning to see the potential value of the Internet of Things, and its forms and uses will extend well beyond what we know today. Moore’s Law has ensured that LAN, Wi-Fi, cellular, Bluetooth, and LPAN connection technologies can be added at low incremental cost, and the same observation applies to the new products, applications, and technology foundations to build upon. Given its ability to run on a wide range of devices—from sensors with limited CPU and memory capacity to rack-mounted servers—no other technology is better positioned to power an Internet of Things strategy than Java. Learn more in…

Internet of Things – Like Blink

Today I will show you how to make the basic example of Internet of Things from my previous video (“Internet of Things — Getting Started”) more interesting by putting some Internet into the mix. This time, I will make the LED blink each time someone gets a like on Facebook.   All the hardware that you need to perform this lab is the same as in the previous video, so please check that out for the details. The difference this time is that I will add a multichannel service to get the number of likes from a Facebook fan-page, and…

Alumni Webinar: The Internet of Things

There is no shortage of gleeful hysteria surrounding the Internet of Things (IoT) and its enormous revenue potential. At a high-level, IoT is about frictionless integration of data and services within a network of technology objects that enables communication and interaction with other objects, and to produce specific, customized outcomes.   Beyond the hype, the revenue opportunities extend past traditional business model thinking to interconnected systems and their stakeholders. The challenges are technical, strategic and cultural.   We will explore IoT unique challenges, examples from today, and how might businesses adopt IoT by 2020.   Since 2007, Troy Fulton has…

Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Internet of Things Orchestrator (IOT)

Welcome to the new world of the Internet of Things (IoT), where everything is connected: machines, personnel and processes. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne IoT Orchestrator Studio allows customers to build / orchestrate processes where they also include examples of: – Add Maintenance Alerts – Update the readings of the meters / meters – Update of locations (geo positioning) of equipment – Kanban Check In / Check Out – Add mixing operations  

Adam Justice Speaks on Internet of Things Standards at IoTLive

The Global Internet of Things Day took place this year on April 9th. Adam Justice, Vice President and General Manager of Grid Connect and ConnectSense, spoke on Internet of Things (IoT) standards and protocols for a special online event called IoTLive.   The time is now to start having the important conversations on the technologies, security, data privacy, and enormous potential that an “Internet of Things” is capable of.  

An Auto-Join Network of Internet of Things Devices with a Java SE Embedded Lookup Service

This tutorial provides a coding and design example of an auto-join network of Internet of Things sensors and devices capable of dynamically locating remote services through a lookup service, using an advanced discovery process based on Java SE Embedded technology on a nearby wireless gateway. The lookup service returns Java objects that can be used by services and devices to register themselves so they can be found by client applications. Embedded client applications can use the lookup service to retrieve a Java proxy object to the service to call service requests in a secure fashion with proper authentication and encryption….

Wireless Sensor Networks integrated in Internet of Things

The course entitled „Wireless Sensor Networks integrated in Internet of Things“ is three-folded: (1) Definition on basic terms, (2) introduction to wireless sensor networks, and (3) application area. The first part motivated why a basic understanding of wireless sensor networks is required today and where they are already deployed (e.g., Internet of Things, Cyber- Physical Systems). The second part of the lecture presents the basics of wireless sensor networks raising from structure, involved components, and their hardware characteristic. Followed by requirements (e.g., scalability, quality of service) the user has to be aware of when deploying a wireless sensor network and…

The Future Of Search Mobile, Augmented Reality, Social, Voice & Internet Of Things

This video tutorial about Internet Of Things – IOT underlines: – The new technologies, devices and tools which have combined to form the Internet Of Things. – The various methods to create and optimize content for the search engines which are ever changing. – The emerging devices and technologies which affect purchase decisions of consumers. – The techniques to get your mobile apps indexed. – Content optimization for voice search like Siri, Cortana and Google Now. – Social search optimization for Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn’s walled gardens.  

Internet of Things – Use Actuators In BlueMix

Today I will talk about how you can use actuators in BlueMix. I will build further on the app that monitor the temperature and light sensors in my room, and this time it will publish MQTT messages on the broker that is picked up by and viewed on an LCD display.   This video build on my previous video called “Internet of Things – Use Sensor Data In BlueMix”, so please check that out for details on how to use sensor data in BlueMix. In this video, I will modify the Node-RED application to send the output messages to another…

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