IoT

What is edge computing? | Opensource.com

https://opensource.com/article/17/9/what-edge-computing?sc_cid=7016000000127ECAAY Edge computing is poised to boost the next generation of IoT technology into the mainstream. Here’s how it works with the cloud to benefit business operations in all industries There is much speculation about edge replacing cloud, and in some cases, it may do so. However, in many situations, the two have a symbiotic

Lessons for getting started with DIY IoT home automation | Opensource.com

https://opensource.com/life/16/9/iot-home-automation-projects?sc_cid=7016000000127ECAAY We live in an exciting time. Everyday more things become Internet-connected things. They have sensors and can communicate with other things, and help us perform tasks like never before. Especially at home. Home automation is made possible by amaetuer developers and tinkers because the price of microcontrollers with the ability to talk over a network continue to drop.

Text Message Laundry Alert System – Hackster’s Blog

https://blog.hackster.io/text-message-laundry-alert-system-275a4b37296e Hacker Cabe Atwell has come up with a system that texts when the washer or dryer has finished its cycle. The device is, literally, a black box that sticks to either type of unit via a pair or rare earth magnets, then monitors movement using an accelerometer hooked up to a Raspberry Pi.  By hooking up the

25 Innovative IoT Companies and Products You Need to Know

https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/298943 The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to evolve and expand in terms of the number of companies, products, and applications.  There are numerous IoT companies you may not yet be familiar with but that could enhance how you work and live. This article introduces 25 innovative IoT firms and products.

WiFi Marquee Scroller – Hackster.io

https://www.hackster.io/wizworks/wifi-marquee-scroller-e68977?ref=explore&ref_id=recent___&offset=5 An “anywhere” LED Matrix sign that you can setup with a mobile device. Uses ESP8266 The design is based on an ESP8266 MCU which drives a 8×64 matrix display (basically two 8×32′s daisy chained) and scrolls a message that is entered via web browser. To enter the message, you simply browse for the sign’s

DIY Complete Philips Hue Home Automation – Hackster.io

https://www.hackster.io/motea-marius/diy-complete-philips-hue-home-automation-dacb12?ref=channel&ref_id=425_published___&offset=0 This project looks like a very interesting home automation IoT project that provides tools for many applications: This project emulates a Philips Hue Bridge that is able to control Hue lights (using original Hue Bridge), IKEA Tradfri lights (usign Tradfri Bridge), Mi-Light bulbs (using MiLight Hub), Neopixel strips (WS2812B and SK6812) and any cheep

Web-Based Universal Remote for Under $4 (Probably) – Hackster.io

https://www.hackster.io/user70641842/web-based-universal-remote-for-under-4-probably-e9e929?ref=explore&ref_id=trending___&offset=4 Don’t buy a universal remote, make one. It’s cheaper, funner, universal-er, kind of, and you get to learn the ESP8266, kind of. You will need the Arduino IDE with whatever OS. Alternatively Linux and some C skills for the official Espressif stuff, but that’s unnecessarily challenging for this application. To get IR control codes

Taking Down the Internet Has Never Been Easier

http://www.darkreading.com/vulnerabilities—threats/taking-down-the-internet-has-never-been-easier/a/d-id/1329580 Is there a reason why the Internet is so vulnerable? Actually, there are many, and taking steps to remain protected is crucial. On October 29, 1969, two computers linked via telephone exchanged a couple of letters, then crashed.  Fast-forward 48 years, where everything — including the kitchen sink, in the case of smart kitchens — is

IoT: The Interference of Things | EDN

http://www.edn.com/electronics-blogs/the-emc-blog/4458714/IoT–The-Interference-of-Things?utm_content=bufferae2f7&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer The writer of this article declares that IoT stands for “Interference of Things.” Anything else you may have heard is just marketing hype. Relatively few connected gadgets will use wireline communications, the bulk of these devices will connect wirelessly over Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, cellular or something else. Some IoT devices will be designed to limit

Tiny AI Devices Invade the Maker Movement

https://blog.hackster.io/tiny-ai-devices-invade-the-maker-movement-928c01b185df It is no secret that AI is among the top growth areas in technology today. Interest Deep Learning has caused an explosion of industry investment into software such as Facebook’s Caffe2 and Google’s TensorFlow frameworks. There is the theme of providing small edge devices with more intelligence has grown stronger. More and more inventive developers and teams seem to