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Projet de dashboard domestique avec un Raspberry Pi

Projet de dashboard domestique avec un Raspberry Pi

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IoT streaming with MQTT and Apache NiFi Apache NiFi is a great platform for capturing real-time streaming data from IoT devices, performing processing such as filtering and cleaning and then forwarding up the stack to higher level processing such as Apache Kafka, Apache Spark or Apache Storm. MQTT is a standard protocol used by IoT devices so it made sense to write a couple of NiFi processors that capture the MQTT streams produced by RTMQTT‘s PiSensorMQTT and then make them available to Kafka. The screenshot above shows a typical NiFi flow to do this. The code is on GitHub. GetMQTTSensorProcessor captures the sensor streams produced by PiSensorMQTT (typically environmental data) and outputs the data as a flowfile. Presence detection (Bluetooth 4.0 Low energy Beacon) - Domoticz Check the presence of a list of beacons (BlueTooth Low Energy V4.0) and update uservariables in Domoticz accordingly. Required in Domoticz, a uservariable of type String for each BLE Tag Script operates in 2 mode. Choose for each beacon which one you want : - REPEAT MODE : For beacon in range, update the uservariable every 3 seconds with the RSSI (strength Signal). And "AWAY" otherwise. - SWITCH_MODE : For beacon in range, update only 1 time the uservariable with "HOME".

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DIY WiFi Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Camera This project explores the Adafruit PiTFT touchscreen and the Raspberry Pi camera board to create a simple point-and-shoot digital camera. One can optionally use WiFi and Dropbox (a cloud file storage and synchronization service) to automatically transfer photos to another computer for editing. This isn’t likely to replace your digital camera (or even phone-cam) anytime soon…it’s a simplistic learning exercise and not a polished consumer item…but as the code is open source, you or others might customize it into something your regular camera can’t do. Raspberry Pi computer, either the Model B or Model AWith Ethernet and two USB ports, the Model B is usually easier to set up.

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