Internet of Things(IoT)

   

Internet of Things in Travel – Baggage Tracking

Today I will talk about you how the Internet of Things can be used in the travel sector, and I will show you how to track a bag using a device that is smart and connected using cellular networks.   Despite the fact that only 1% of the bags are lost in airline travel, it’s a constant source of stress for passengers, and waiting at the baggage claim wondering if the bag got on the plane can be very frustrating. Therefore I will show you how a device can be put in a bag and report its position, which can…

Internet of Things | Part 10 | Mini Project Using Raspberry Pi Controlling LED using Web Server

Hello there welcome to Future Unboxed and here I come with a mini project of Internet of Things. The most favourite embedded linux board, Raspberry pi has brought a revolution in DIY Peoples’ life and has shown a whole new path what one can do with these tiny linux computers. So I have made a small project which has a web server and a web page having the on off buttons. By just pressing these buttons you can turn on or off an LED. The great thing about it is that you can replace LED with a Relay which will…

Internet of Things – Sensors

Today I will show you how to capture information about the environment with sensors. In this lab, I will be detecting the temperature and amount of light, but the same approach can be used with a wide range of sensors.   In previous videos I have demonstrated how a microcontroller, like an Arduino, can be used to control things. That’s an important part of the Internet of Things, but there is another, as important part that is about capturing information about the environment. The components that are used to do this are called sensors, and the name correctly leads the…

Internet of Things (IoT) Full Stack JavaScript Example & Demo

IoT POC (proof of concept) leveraging full stack JavaScript on Raspberry Pi (Linux + Node.js) as the IoT device communicating device status and settings from the Appcelerator mBaaS (Node.js) and controlled and monitored by a cross device native mobile iPhone and Android application written in Titanium JavaScript. The mobile app can monitor if the device is on and communicating turn on a peripheral and receive a push notification when a sensor is triggered.  

Designing for the Internet of Things

It’s estimated that by 2020, between 50 and 100 billion devices will be connected to the “Internet of Things,” the phrase used to describe all of the non-computer devices actively connected to the Internet—and one another. For many companies, learning how to design for this Internet of Things will be one of the major challenges of the next 5-10 years.   Get ahead of the curve, and check out this new feature article “Designing for the Internet of Things” well as an informative webinar and infographic. Get started now and learn more on the Internet of Things—Past, Present and Future….

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