Visualize (and push) your IOT data


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myDevices - The Things Network announces Global partnership with myDevices

ADAFRUIT
https://io.adafruit.com
ARM MBED CLOUD
https://www.mbed.com/en/platform/cloud
ARTIK
https://www.artik.io/overview
AYLA
https://www.aylanetworks.com
AZURE IOT HUB
https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/iot-hub
BEEBOTTE
https://beebotte.com
BLYNK
http://www.blynk.cc
BRILLO
https://developers.google.com/brillo/?hl=en
C3IOT
http://c3iot.com/products
CARRIOTS
https://www.carriots.com/
CAYENNE
http://www.cayenne-mydevices.com
CONCAVA
http://kukua.github.io/concava/latest/
CUMULOCITY
https://www.cumulocity.com
DEVICEPILOT
http://www.devicepilot.com/
DGLUX
http://www.dglogik.com/products/dglux5-ioe-application-platform
DWEET
http://dweet.io/
DROPLIT
http://droplit.io/
ECLIPSE
http://iot.eclipse.org/
EXOSITE
https://exosite.com/
FREEBOARD
http://freeboard.io/
GROVESTREAMS
https://grovestreams.com/
HEROKU
https://www.heroku.com/platform
HOLOGRAM
https://hologram.io/
HORAVUE
https://horavue.com/
IBM WATSON
http://www.ibm.com/watson/
ICONIC
http://ionicframework.com/
InfluxCloud
https://www.influxdata.com/
INITIAL STATE
https://www.initialstate.com/
IOT PLAYGROUND
http://iot-playground.com/
iNEBULA CONNECT VIEW
https://connectview.inebula.it/
IFTTT
https://ifttt.com/
KAA
http://www.kaaproject.org/overview/
KIBANA
https://www.elastic.co/products/kibana
LOSANT
https://www.losant.com/
MURANO
https://exosite.com/platform/
MYSENSORS
https://www.mysensors.org/
OCTOBLU
https://octoblu.com/
OPENHAB
http://www.openhab.org/
OPENSENSORS
https://www.opensensors.io/
PUBNUB
https://www.pubnub.com/
PUSHBULLET
https://www.pushbullet.com/
PHANT
http://phant.io/
PLATFORM IO
http://platformio.org/
PROWL
https://www.prowlapp.com/faq.php
REEKOH
http://reekoh.com/
RESIN
https://resin.io/
SAP HANA
https://hcp.sap.com/index.html
SERVOY
http://servoy.com/
SENSORCLOUD
http://sensorcloud.com/
STRAP
https://www.straphq.com/
STRINGIFY
https://www.stringify.com/
TINAMOUS
https://tinamous.com/
THINGSBOARD
https://thingsboard.io/
THINGSPEAK
https://thingspeak.com/
THINGSTUD
http://www.thingstud.io/
THINGWORX
https://www.thingworx.com
TWILIO
https://www.twilio.com/
TWILLIO Programmable Wireless
https://www.twilio.com/wireless
THREAD
http://threadgroup.org/
UBIDOTS
http://ubidots.com/
WEAVE
https://developers.google.com/brillo/?hl=en
WOLFRAM DATA DROP
https://datadrop.wolframcloud.com/
XIVELY
https://xively.com/

open source :

8 EXCELLENT TOOLS


APACHE CLOUDSTACK

APACHE HADOOP
https://hadoop.apache.org/
APACHE MAVEN
http://maven.apache.org/
APACHE SPARK
http://spark.apache.org/
DJANGO
https://www.djangoproject.com/
EMONCMS
https://emoncms.org/
GRAFANA

KOTORI
https://getkotori.org/docs/
LUMIFY
http://lumify.io/
MACCHINA
https://macchina.io/
NODERED
http://nodered.org/
PAHO
http://www.eclipse.org/paho/
PROCESSING
https://processing.org/
SANDSTORM

SENTILO
http://www.sentilo.io/wordpress/
SITEWHERE
http://www.sitewhere.org/


CREATING MAPS & GRAPHS … & APPS

APPCELERATOR
https://www.appcelerator.com/
DYGRAPHS
http://dygraphs.com/
FIREBASE
https://firebase.google.com/
FLOW
https://www.draw.io/#
EVOTHINGS
https://evothings.com/
GOOGLE MAP API’s
https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/geocoding/start
LEAFLET
http://leafletjs.com/
MAPBOX
https://www.mapbox.com/
OPENSTREETMAP
http://www.openstreetmap.org/about
PARSE
http://parse.com/
SNAZZY MAPS
https://snazzymaps.com/

IOT DEVICE MANAGEMENT

CONTIKI
http://contiki-os.org//start.html
PROXIMETERY
http://proximetry.com/


MQTT

CloudMQTT
https://www.cloudmqtt.com/
FRED (cloudhosted node red)
https://fred.sensetecnic.com/
MOSQUITTO
https://mosquitto.org/
Seven Best MQTT Client Tools
http://www.hivemq.com/blog/seven-best-mqtt-client-tools

** topicstart will be updated*


Azure IoT & TTN
Where do you keep your data?
Step by step help for extracting data from the payload in node-red?
Beehive sensor, what hardware?
Starting with LoRa
Creating an own backend
Easy way to plot sensor data to online graph
(Kees Verstoep) #2

Useful list!

BTW, apart from the public online version, Thingspeak also allows you to
to run your private version, since it it's open source:
https://github.com/iobridge/thingspeak


#3

Same with Freeboard, you can just run it locally and it's open source => https://github.com/Freeboard/freeboard


(Matthijs Kooijman) #4

https://beebotte.com/ is also worth adding, they support both visualizing data and sending commands back to nodes (through MQTT) and have been very helpful with questions in the past.


(Manolis Nikiforakis) #5

Also worth looking at:
sentilo.io
sitewhere.org


(Michael Karliner) #6

Can I add ThingStudio? http://www.thingstud.io MQTT and HTTP realtime UI's


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@mkarliner

I'm trying to use it, but i guess due to my misunderstanding of the MQTT functionality i can't get it running. What's supposed to be entered in the 'client id'? I mean I can't find it in the https://staging.thethingsnetwork.org/applications/xxxx dashboard and I also can't recall that it was entered or generated when the application was registered. So how to retrieve it?


#8

The MQTT dashboard shows the hex data. Which of the app builders in the list above would be the easiest way to convert it to a readable string? Features of the tool itself are less important because it's atm primarily for a quick demo purpose.. 'look, the node works and sends usable data'.


(Michael Karliner) #9

You don't have to specify the client id. If you omit it, the system generates a random one.
The reason that we allow you specify it, is that some platforms, ie: IBM Bluemix, give you a specific client id to use, others allow you to specify your own, so long as it is unique.


(Arjan) #10

When using MQTT QoS 1 or 2, you would need to keep using the same client ID, as then the server needs to keep track of which data you missed while the client happened to be offline.

So, if the client generates a new random one every time you run it, then you'd need to specify one yourself instead (for QoS 1 and 2; not important for QoS 0).


#17

Mmh no idea. Never used it, just took a look at their Github. :smile:

I played a bit with Influxdb and Grafana (on a Raspberry Pi), pretty cool combination.


#19

You don't have to use the Freeboard service, you can host it yourself (it's open source). I had it running locally on the gateway (RPi + iC880A) with croft (not working with staging right now, will fix later). It might even work without a server (from a file:/// URL).


#20

more CAYENNE video's


#27

#28

Store and visualize data using InfluxDB and Grafana

TTN LAB story


#29

myDevices Cayenne youtube channel


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#31

OpensenseMap:

https://opensensemap.org/

It also seems that they are developing some TTN integration:

https://github.com/sensebox/ttn-osem-application


(Ikulikov) #32

Thingsboard


Smart energy


(Edzo A. Botjes) #33

@BoRRoZ : adafruit integration note.. I think it is only possible if you program some code in between that makes use of MQTT or some rest api ETL process..
Because I tried for a little while today and the HTTP (post) of TTN seems not compatible with the API v2 of Adafruit IO post field layout

https://io.adafruit.com/api/docs/#!/Data/createData