Internet of Things(IoT)
The revolution of device and systems is allowing these parties to interact with each other via Internet automatically, by year 2020, there will be more than 50 Billions of device and things connecting to the internet. And Within the vast majority of device there are many standard protocols for them to interact and connect. AMQP is one of them. A-MQ supports AMQP, Advanced Messaging Queuing Protocol. In this session we will give some basic background on AMQP and demo how A-MQ can connect via Apache Qpid. And discuss the value it brings to the Enterprise.
This video takes the viewer through the steps required for setup of the Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service Asset Monitoring “Mini-App” and illustrates the ease with which this ready-to-use application can be configured by the business or operations user via a simple user-interface. Application setup and configuration is illustrated using the scenario of a hospital needing to monitor the location and availability of high value portable assets in an effort to enhance operational efficiency.
IBM and Sogeti High Tech combine forces to build an instrumented smart building solution. The SmartEngine gateway and IBM Internet of Things Foundation service in Bluemix allow remote monitoring and control of local sensors and devices using the MQTT protocol.
New Cisco Packet Tracer 7.0 is loaded with a lot of new features like new devices, INTERNET of Things, Sensors and Programming Languages.
Today I will start a new series on how to use the Internet of Things in different sectors. The first one will be the energy and utilities sector, and I will show you how a simple light can be used to communicate the real-time price of electricity to consumers in an efficient way. The energy and utilities sector in most countries has transformed into an open market where prices can be adjusted per hour, and where those prices are set depending on the current supply and demand in the smart grid. The system works for high volume consumers that…
As the Internet of Things (IoT) is making our world more connected, there is a growing need to understand the data through data visualization, analysis and discovery across different types of connected device platforms. JReport has teamed with wot.io, a data services exchange, to embed business intelligence in an innovative environment that rapidly integrates across IoT platforms. Build dashboards and reports with IoT data directly from within your own application, and reduce time to market for actionable business data. Aggregate and interact with data without worrying about the underlying infrastructure or data path. Watch the webinar to learn…
In this tutorial I show and explain a simple framework for the ESP8266 to enter initial data with a smartphone or laptop using HTML pages. I also show how data can be permanently saved and retrieved from the EEPROM. I also show how you can get precise time from a NTP server.
Today I will talk about you how the Internet of Things can be used in manufacturing, and I will show you how the current state of a connected production plant can be efficiently communicated to managers, workers, and even executives. One of the opportunities with the Internet of Things in manufacturing is to increase the factory visibility, i.e. what is happening on the factory floor. With the machines and other inventory being connected and equipped with sensors, anything out of the ordinary can be instantly detected. Any problem in the production line can affect a large part of the…
How do you program an ESP-7 or ESP-12 module if it is soldered onto a PCB in your “Thing”? In this video I show my proposal using pogo pins. I also show how I create the timing to set the ESP8266 automatically into programming mode if the Arduino IDE starts to upload. For this solution, I use an Attiny85.
I’m using ThingSpeak in this video as an introduction to the basics of a simple internet of things system. I show you how to sign up for an account, create a channel and then correctly format HTTP requests to send data to ThingSpeak and get data from ThingSpeak. I don’t have actual sensor data in this video but instead use cURL to send HTTP requests.
Make Internet of Things (IoT) in thingspeak and blogspot Download Project File : http://goo.gl/6ESySX
In this session Garima talked about the following: *The problem statement which led MobStac to choose Hadoop. *The challenges MobStac faced. *How MobStac integrated Amazon Elastic MapReduce to seamlessly process tasks at regular intervals.
It may seem hard to get started with the Internet of Things (IoT) with so many technologies, protocols, hardware platforms, … involved. In this session, Benjamin Cabé from the Eclipse Foundation will cover all you need to know to start building IoT solutions using Java and open technologies like MQTT, CoAP, OSGi, or LWM2M. A real-life application (smart greenhouse) will be used as an example and you will most likely leave the session craving for building a very similar application yourself!
According to Telsyte, Australian IoT home products and services in Australia to grow almost eleven-fold in the next few years from $289 million in 2015 to $3.2 billion in 2019, there will be 20.8 billion connected objects by 2020. That’s more things than people on earth. Still wondering why the IoT (internet of things) is so important? The number of connected objects by 2020 is astounding and exponential, with so many developments taking place so fast, electrical contractors, installers, electricians and nearly everyone in the electrical industry should learn about the opportunities IoT brings to Australian electrical industry. …
Continuous streams of data are generated in every industry from sensors, business transactions, social media activity, etc. Within these streams of data lie business insights that are waiting to be unlocked. By querying these streams in real time, it becomes possible to ask key questions repeatedly, millions of times on millions of data points, thereby enabling the discovery of business opportunities and the realization of the “power of now”!
Today we bring you the first video of a series on the Internet of Things using the ESP8266 module. In today’s video, we want to show you how to easily upload our programs to ESP8266 using the Ampy application. In addition we will show how to create a simple program using Spyder, the editor that includes the Anaconda distribution that we have installed in the previous videos.