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Phant.io. Plido. Coap. MQTT. Emoncms - site home. Making home automation simple. Imagine we like our sensors and LamPI system to connect to the new Internet of Things (IoT).

Making home automation simple

It is good to recognize that there are 3 important parts to the Internet of things and that (also dependent on technical skills) only two are interesting: Your Things. Where do you put them, and what sensible information do they gather. When and how often will they connect to the IoT and report their values.

O yeah, and before making (/soldering) lots of these Things it is good to read point 3! So, in a “mature” environment, probably 1 and 3 would be of most interest, as infrastructure would be given. Network KPN (Dutch telco) estimates that by 2020 there will be 25Billion Things are connected to the internet. Also, as we can imagine, most Things will report their value not more frequent than several times per hour and the message will be at maximum a few hundred bytes in length.

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Macchina.io - Building Blocks for the Internet of Things. ProgrammingIoTGatewaysWithMacchina. Kaa. Graphing Live Data With Google Charts. There are plenty of services and JavaScript libraries that will allow you to graph your logged data.

Graphing Live Data With Google Charts

So instead of trying to reinvent one of those services on data.sparkfun.com, we’ll show you how to connect existing services and libraries to your data streams. In this tutorial, we will help you graph live data from data.sparkfun.com using the Google Charts JavaScript library. Table of Contents Getting Started This tutorial assumes you already have pushed data to a stream on data.sparkfun.com, and that you know the public key to your stream. We are going to use this weather station stream in this tutorial, but you can replace the fields and public key with the appropriate info from your stream. Example Chart Here is a live demo of the line chart we will be making. Spe… Loading Google Charts Google Charts needs to be loaded before it can be used.

Example Load Google Charts, and call drawChart once the library is loaded Loading Data via JSONP Creating the DataTable Creating the Chart Final Thoughts. Documentation. Data.sparkfun.com. L'Embarqué – Actualité des systèmes embarqués. Mother. Souliss - Arduino based SmartHome and IoT. RIOT - The friendly Operating System for the Internet of Things.

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GE. SCADA – Introduction. Xively by LogMeIn – Business Solutions for the Internet of Things. Plotly. ESP8266 Wifi Temperature Logger. Iot.eclipse.org — IoT development made simple. Resources. Mango, open source M2M. About OpenRemote. Choose Any Hardware.

About OpenRemote

Design On Any Panel. Deploy On Any Platform. Control Everything. The Open Source Way. Welcome to OpenRemote. Residential, building, or industrial M2M Offerings Whether you are a DIY aficionado, an installer, an integrator, a distributor, a service provider, or an OEM, OpenRemote has something for you.

OpenRemote Software OpenRemote Designer is an online software application designed to rapidly and easily create touch-driven control panels. With OpenRemote Designer you can remotely maintain device configurations and update user interfaces as your customer's preferences evolve. OpenRemote Controller is deployed on customer site and autonomously manages intelligence in the building. We support deployment of panels on Apple iPhones, Apple iPad, Android phones and tablets and standard desktop web browsers.

To find out more about our software, continue to the Getting Started section. Open Standards in a Closed World. Data models for the Internet of Things. Ⓣ the thing system - For Implementors - Lots of Things. Get Started. Toolsfor theOPENSOURCEInternetof Things - Home. Downloads. 35 Open Source Tools for the Internet of Things. 11.

35 Open Source Tools for the Internet of Things

OpenPicus This company offers a line of programmable modules and kits for connecting devices to the cloud and the Internet of Things. Its platform and hardware are open source, but its products can be used to create closed source commercial products. The company also offers its development services for hire. 12. Arduino-compatible Pinnoccio boards (which the company calls "Scouts") connect to each other in a low-power mesh network. 13.

Made by a company called Ciseco, RasWIK is short for the Raspberry Pi Wireless Inventors Kit. Short for "Solar-Powered Data Acquistion," SADAQ offers Arduino-compatible boards with Lego-like plug-in modules. A designed web system of data collection for Arduino - Read temperature online! Internet of Things, Visual Analytics, Remote Monitoring - Exosite. Resources. OpenIoT project. HomeSeer Home Automation Systems - Home. Apps - ThingSpeak.