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Developer Advocate - InfluxData

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Building an IoT Monitoring App with InfluxDB and LoRa

Where

LoRaWAN Theatre

When

Friday 23 September 2022

03:00 pm - 03:50 pm CEST

Add to Calendar 23-09-2022 03:00 pm 23-09-2022 03:50 pm Europe/Paris Building an IoT Monitoring App with InfluxDB and LoRa

The Internet of Things (IoT) is increasingly driven by sensor data, with devices taking measured actions based on everything from illumination intensity, temperature, and machinery performance to an ecosystem that creates networks, devices and solutions using LoRaWAN®.

In this session we will build a fully functional sample IoT monitoring application built on InfluxDB and powered by the Things Network, collecting sensor metrics from a LoRa device. We will then showcase core InfluxDB tools to query, visualize and generate alert notifications using a custom user interface.

In this workshop you will learn:

  • How to install and configure the InfluxDB VS code plugin
  • How to use Telegraf to receive data from the Things Network, and write that data to InfluxDB
  • How to query InfluxDB so that your app can visualize your IoT data within a custom Flask application
  • How to deploy a downsampling task in InfluxDB to “clean” and transform raw sensor data while also reducing overall storage costs
  • How to use InfluxDB’s powerful “Checks and Notifications” system to help you provide custom alerting to your users

A github repository is available for this workshop. See the Plant Buddy github repository.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is increasingly driven by sensor data, with devices taking measured actions based on everything from illumination intensity, temperature, and machinery performance to an ecosystem that creates networks, devices and solutions using LoRaWAN®.

In this session we will build a fully functional sample IoT monitoring application built on InfluxDB and powered by the Things Network, collecting sensor metrics from a LoRa device. We will then showcase core InfluxDB tools to query, visualize and generate alert notifications using a custom user interface.

In this workshop you will learn:

  • How to install and configure the InfluxDB VS code plugin
  • How to use Telegraf to receive data from the Things Network, and write that data to InfluxDB
  • How to query InfluxDB so that your app can visualize your IoT data within a custom Flask application
  • How to deploy a downsampling task in InfluxDB to “clean” and transform raw sensor data while also reducing overall storage costs
  • How to use InfluxDB’s powerful “Checks and Notifications” system to help you provide custom alerting to your users

A github repository is available for this workshop. See the Plant Buddy github repository.