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I and working on a personal project using a Raspberry Pi Zero W to collect and analyze images using python. The device will not have internet access and I am trying to find a way to passively push that information to a known and pre-paired BT devices. ...
Hello all, My friend has selected this topic for final year project “Can IoT , blockchain, improve the sea shipping, Airfreight/logistics and cargo industry in this digital age?” What improvement or implementation is possible in this topic. I’m just tr...
Hi All, I would like to ask if there's a way for my sigfox rcz4 to send an alert to sigfox cloud or my api when the distance on the ultrasonic sensor reading exceeds a maximum amount?
Currently I can only receive data from my rcz4 at predetermined intervals only. Please help
For the final year research im thinking about something related to IoT and tourism. Things like how IoT can be used to develop the tourism destinations in my country. Is this possible research idea? There's large knowledge gap in IoT in tourism area. How can I convert this to a Quantitative research topic? What will be my variables?
I need suggestions because its very new area for me. I don't have lot of knowledge about the area
I've been reading a lot on IoT over the last few weeks and across all the research papers I've seen, there seemed to be two recurring topics.
- The current use cases for IoT (outside of IIoT / Edge Computing) are a bit contrived or would be a hard sell to the cities, malls, stadiums, etc where the IoT solution would be deployed. Additionally, managing the costs and the latency requirements of the implementation would also be difficult.
- There doesn't seem to be a communication standard that encompasses this experience. There's MQTT, Fog Computing, NGSI, etc and a few different flavors, but there isn't a de facto/winning standard.
This is still a new area of interest for me, so I may very well be mistaken ^
I've got a background in web and mobile (iOS) computing and have been playing around with Arduino/Raspberry Pi over the last week and I'm struggling to come up with meaningful use case. I've built an automated irrigation system and WiFi connected LED projects to get my feet wet (just like everyone else on Instructables), but, I'm still at a loss on how to contribute in a more meaningful way.
Any suggestions on how to contribute to the IoT space as in independent contributor? Any intersection between IoT and iOS where I could contribute?
Raspberry PI 4 can now officially boot from USB - finally! That means you can use SSD or HDD drives instead of SD card. In today’s video I will show you how you can do that step by step and you don’t even have to attach a monitor to your Raspberr...
I wish to integrate AWS IoT and OTA updates on ESP8266. I am not looking for any solutions but would like to implement it myself. I am okay using some basic libraries like the ones that handle TCP connections and wifi interactions but I want to have fu...
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https://preview.redd.it/inpbjq3geg551.jpg?width=1500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=ce4f1fada6bda9d11cdf8ea7ecbbb2aa4bb35033 IoE means the Internet of Everything. While IoT stands for the Internet of Things.But, as far as business a...