I'm excited for this webinar coming up. I haven't seen a lot of examples of really solid IoT implementations, but this looks like a good opportunity to learn a little about how the implementation ecosystem can work.
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I have a system using 2 redundant point-to-point wireless links to access the internet, and I'm trying to find the fastest way to switch between them if one goes down.
We need to switch within 1 second, with a goal of 100mS.
I am planning to use a Voice Assistant to query APIs. The data returned by the APIs will then be spoken out by the voice assistant. Since the Voice Assistant does not have an email address nor OAuth credentials how do I generate Authorization tokens th...
Do you like ads in websites? Unless you make money from them I bet you don’t. That is why I will show you how to block all ads inside your Smart Home using AdGuard Home and Home Assistant. AdGuard Home is a network-wide software for blocking ads...
Hi All. I want to find someone to write up a 1,000-word guide on some kind of process to do with IoT.
It could be anything that others might find useful - maybe something you do regularly or maybe something that's a fairly common process that people new to IoT have to do.
I can pay $10 for 1,000 words and I'm open to your suggestions about topic.
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