Friday, 5 February 2016

IoT Connection to the Internet

If we are to make use of the Internet of things, then the devices ability to access the internet and sent sensor data to the cloud, then this device from, is a must. The Video from Scoble shows this technology and how easy it is to set up a specific sensor array and get this connected up so easily.

It relies upon a battery and at least a 2G connection, and at about $2 a week its not that expensive to run, although they say a solar array is available.

The video below is on Facebook, and presented by Robert Scoble, its a real easy system, so easy to update, and run.

There are a number of tutorials to show you how to do things, for me though its a way of getting sensor data back to the building to integrate into the IFC data, cloud cover, temp, wind speed, etc. just drop down the menu bar on the top right of the screen and choose.

Cool new IoT Dev kit from http://www.particle.ioFor makers to developers who want to build prototypes with connectivity built in.
Posted by Robert Scoble on Monday, 1 February 2016

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