This looks, on 1st glance read through, like a reasonably comprehensive RPi based Weather Station with T, H, BP & UV monitoring (latter using external ADC with available capacity for monitoring other Analogue channels/data sources?), with additional (link embedded) project for Anemometer for wind speed/direction (instructables) based on Jupyter Notebook, local datalogging & presentation via ThingSpeak (using MQTT link)
(PacketBroker) Sounds intriguing so long as doesn’t lead to fragmentation of LoRaWAN standards:
Wondering if Packet Broking may finally provide a way to monetize some of my GW deployments whilst still providing/supporting a community based service?
‘Open’ use of GW’s forwarding to TTN NS for community use, but then also forwarding/exchanging non-TTN traffic to 3rd Party users (Network Operators, other private/network GW operators, end users?) on per packet basis for small upayments or an open contract?
…need to watch developments and poss look at early engagements/tests
for more information https://www.packetbroker.org and see topic
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