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16 Oct 2012

43 cloud computing services that can make life easier for application developers – all free of charge.

43 Free Cloud Services for Application Developers - [Link]

28 Feb 2012

We want to show you how to use the popular Arduino to produce a device capable of recognizing passive transponder (TAG). But this is not the usual RFID key, because the system can activate a relay if a recognised TAG is read, but also we took the opportunity to make an application that use cloud-computing. The basic version, which is a simple key relay consists of an Arduino and the RFID shield based on a ID-12 of Innovations: placing a transponder already learned, the relay is activated. The extended version of our project uses an Arduino, the RFID Shield and the Ethernet Shield with which we can access the Internet and stored, using the Google Docs service, the transponder data.

Arduino RFID shield on the Cloud - [Link]

3 Feb 2012

Nimbits is a service you can use to record and share data on the cloud. It is a free, social and open source platform for the Internet of Things.

Nimbits Server is a free and open source Operational Process Data Historian you can use to create and share data points on a public or private cloud and record your changing numeric, text based, GPS, json or xml values into them. Nimbits is software platform you can use to develop your own cloud, android and micro-controller applications. With our open source software development kit, we greatly simplify your requirements for logging, alerts and more.

Nimbits – share data on the cloud - [Link]

24 Jan 2012

openpicus.blogspot.com writes:

Internet of things becomes more and more interesting. But what does Internet of Things really mean? The answer is simple: more connected devices such ad TV, DVD playes, cars and, of course, smartphones and tablets.

With Flyport, Internet of Things is more closer to you! Why?! Well, because, with Flyport, the wifi programmable module, you can now interface to the cloud services – ThingSpeak.

ThiDIY gives access to the ThingSpeak Services. ThingSpeak allows to draw online charts, to store and recall values and to use specific APIs to work with Twitter, or to send HTTP requests directly from the ThingSpeak servers.You can create private or public channels. Every channel can store up to 8 fields (the values) and creates charts with those fields. Every channel has a “Channel ID”, a “Name”, a “Write API Key” and a “Description”. The Write API Key is the most important information of the channel, since it allows to upload or download the field data.We created a public channel to share with you the results of this Application. You can also use the private channels to respect the user privac
This DIY gives access to the ThingSpeak Services. ThingSpeak allows to draw online charts, to store and recall values and to use specific APIs to work with Twitter, or to send HTTP requests directly from the ThingSpeak servers.

You can create private or public channels. Every channel can store up to 8 fields (the values) and creates charts with those fields. Every channel has a “Channel ID”, a “Name”, a “Write API Key” and a “Description”. The Write API Key is the most important information of the channel, since it allows to upload or download the field data.

We created a public channel to share with you the results of this Application. You can also use the private channels to respect the user privacy.

You can download for free the Application Note to interface by yourself Flyport to cloud service

How to interface Flyport to cloud services - [Link]




 
 
 

 

 

 

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