Today I will talk about how you can publish your sensor data to BlueMix in the IBM cloud. I will publish information about the temperature and level of light in my room, and then I will show how that information can be viewed in real-time. This video build on my previous video called “Internet of Things – Publish Sensor Data”, so please check that out for details. Just as in that video, I’m will be using temperature and light sensors, and publish their data to an MQTT broker.
Internet of Things(IoT)
Today I will talk about how you can publish your sensor data to an MQTT broker. I will publish information about the temperature and level of light in my room, but the same approach can be used to publish any sensory data. By publishing the sensor data using an MQTT broker, the information can be made available to a number of different consumers. It could be a physical panel showing the readings on a LED display or a dashboard on a web page, and it could even be a mobile app that is available on different mobile platforms. The…
This is a demonstration of an IR remote control that can be controlled over a simple webpage interface. Is based on the new Pinoccio platform https://pinocc.io/ in my IRLib Library for Sending, Receiving, and Decoding Infrared Signals for Arduino. http://tech.cyborg5.com/irlib/ As this is being uploaded, the source code is not yet available for the Pinoccio port of my library but it should be within a few days. The library itself for other Arduino-based platforms is available at GitHub https://github.com/cyborg5/IRLib
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Please join us for our next webinar about how companies are using DreamFactory to build applications for the “Internet of Things” (IoT). We’re excited to co-present with Nat Frampton from FramTack, a leading software company in the IoT space. Nat will share his experiences as a practitioner in the rapidly evolving world of IoT.
This video provides a brief overview of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Internet of Things Orchestrator. It demonstrates four examples of how the IoT Orchestrator can accept input from devices and invoke JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications.
VoCore is an open hardware runs OpenWrt. It has WIFI, USB, UART, 20+ GPIOs but size is only one square inch. It helps you make a smart house, study embedded system or even make the tiniest router on the earth.
A small introduction to one of the many possibilities of the Internet Of Things or IoT, the “live data upload” using Plotly and our Arduino UNO. To illustrate this video we have set up a small montage that captures the temperature in a room and transmits it to Plotly.
Where is the Internet of Things headed? Slashdot Media contributing editor David Bolton looks at some of the technologies that drive the back end. He then predicts which will be the main one.
OSGi has a long and successful history as technology for providing modularity and manageability in both enterprise and embedded Java systems. Its applicability especially to building gateway software makes it the technology of choice for addressing many Internet of Things requirements. This session presents an Internet of Things architecture based on OSGi and discusses the various aspects of this architecture, such as the integration of edge devices using heterogeneous protocols, the realization of complex automation logic on the gateways, and the connectivity to cloud-based service/management systems. Special attention is paid to the requirements of the underlying JVM and the applicability…
During this fast-paced session Microsoft Technical Architect Alex Anikiiev explains how companies can implement industry scenarios using Microsoft Dynamics AX, CRM, and a broad range of Microsoft Internet of Things (IoT) services. Examples and demos will cover: * Simulation of manufacturing equipment using Robotics with sensors/actuators, * Connected devices/Data collection, * Azure Cloud storage, * Azure Mobile Services, * Windows 8/Windows Phone 8 apps, * Universal apps (HTML5/JS), * Power View, * Power BI, * Big Data (Azure HDInsight), * Azure Machine Learning, * Microsoft Solver Foundation optimization, * Project Siena apps connected to CRM/ERP, and * Cutting edge Smart…
This video introduces the Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service Asset Monitoring “Mini-App” – the first in a series of built-in applications that will be offered with service and designed to be applicable to a wide range of customers and use-cases. The main features of the application are highlighted using the demo scenario of a hospital needing to monitor the location and availability of high value portable assets in an effort to enhance operational efficiency.
This session provides an overview of Azure Stream Analytics and details how to set up an end-to-end streaming solution via a live dashboard with automated alerting.