This is Part 3 of the three-part series: MAKE-YOUR-OWN Sensor Workshop Assembly Guide. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install the radiation shield for the MAKE-YOUR-OWN Sensor Workshop. If you would like to know more information about the workshop, please visit https://smartcities.sensorup.com/.
This is Part 2 of the three-part series: MAKE-YOUR-OWN Sensor Workshop Assembly Guide. In this tutorial, we will show you how to connect the device to the WiFi for the MAKE-YOUR-OWN Sensor Workshop. If you would like to know more information about the workshop, please visit https://smartcities.sensorup.com/.
This is Part 1 of the three-part series: MAKE-YOUR-OWN Sensor Workshop Assembly Guide. In this tutorial, we will show you how to prepare the sensors for the MAKE-YOUR-OWN Sensor Workshop. If you would like to know more information about the workshop, please visit https://smartcities.sensorup.com/.
MQTT or MQ Telemetry Transport, is a light-weight messaging protocol designed for IoT devices. In addition to support HTTP protocol, SensorThings API supports MQTT protocol to enhance the SensorThings service publish and subscribe capabilities. In this tutorial we will learn how to receive notification for entity updates as well as how to create Observation using MQTT.
The Raspberry Pi is a tiny and affordable computer that you can use to learn programming through fun, practical projects. This is a simple tutorial of connecting Raspberry Pi to OGC SensorThings API. We will show you how to use Raspberry Pi to upload temperature readings to the SensorThings API server.
The mbed NXP LPC1768 Microcontroller in particular is designed for prototyping all sorts of devices, especially those including Ethernet, USB, and the flexibility of lots of peripheral interfaces and FLASH memory. This is a simple tutorial of connecting ARM mbed LPC1768 to OGC SensorThings API. We will show you how to use mbed to upload temperature readings to the SensorUp SensorThings Playground.
The Arduino 101 is a learning and development board that delivers the performance and low-power consumption of the Intel® Curie module with the simplicity of Arduino at an entry-level price. This is a simple tutorial of connecting an Arduino Ethernet board to OGC SensorThings API.
Linklt One is a popular IoT development board for prototyping IoT applications. Costing only $59, it offers great value and versatility by combining GPS, GPRS (2.5G), Bluetooth and Wi-Fi in a single board. This tutorial shows using an open standard-compliant approach to connect Linklt One and the SensorUp SensorThings Playground.
This is a tutorial about how to show a Hightchart Real-Time Gauge from OGC SensorThing API Datastreams.
One of the entities in SensorThings is the Location, which is used to indicate (unsurpisingly) the location of things in the system. In this tutorial, we're going to focus on how we can retrieve Locations from SensorThings, and display them in a map.
One of the entities in SensorThings is the Observation, which is used to store Sensor observations/readings.In this tutorial, we're going to focus on how we can retrieve Observations from SensorThings, and display them in a chart.
Dr. Steve Liang explain the Internet of Things (IoT), providing illustrative examples, and underlining the importance of open standards. The relationship between IoT and open data is explored.
Dr. Steve Liang explains why open standards are so important to the development of Smart Cities. He illustrates with an example application developed by SensorUp: the Smart Citizens for Smart Communities initiative.
This webinar will be a hands-on tutorial to use SensorThings API SDKs (e.g., SensorThings Arduino SDK, SensorThings Charts, SensorThings Maps, etc.) and develop an end-to-end smart city application with minimum coding efforts.
This webinar will be a hands-on tutorial to develop a sensor analytics application using the SensorThings API. SensorThings API offers a rich set of query functions that can be the basis for analytics. This tutorial will uncover these query functions.
This webinar will be a hands-on tutorial demonstrating the steps to construct a real-time smart city dashboard. The dashboard will use OGC SensorThings API as the data source.
This webinar will be a hands-on tutorial showing you the steps connecting environmental sensors for your smart city application using the OGC SensorThings API standard specifications.
Environmental monitoring as the use case. Only need a few lines of shell scripts. Open standards and OGC SensorThings API.
Introduction to MQTT and SensorThings MQTT Extension. Examples of SensorThings MQTT publish and subscribe. Demonstration of SensorThings MQTT.
In-depth analysis of differences between OGC SOS and SensorThings Design rationale of SensorThings (i.e., why use a different approach than SOS?)
Explore this practical use case, and see how it maps elegantly to SensorThings entities. Case study: Arctic Citizen Sensors.
Dr. Steve Liang explained why intelligent location capability is so critical to IoT data. Most importantly, he explained why interoperability is critical to unleashing the real power of global IoT, and why open standards are key to interoperability.
Dr. Steve Liang explains how to register new sensors, observations, things and other entities in SensorThings. A live demo shows the process in detail, including REST calls using postman.
Steve Liang explains how to access sensor data, or IoT data via SensorThings. He explains the RESTful pettern for IoT API. He provides numerous demonstrations to illustrate how to access your sensor data by constructing requests to the SensorThings API.
Steve Liang goes over the SensorThings Data Model. He explains each element of the data model, and their connections. He then illustrates with IoT use cases. Finally, he introduces the SensorThings Playground, showing how to walk through the guided setup, and how to use the code generated.
Steve Liang introduces the SensorThings API -- the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) candidate standard for the Internet of Things (IoT). He describes the broad reach of IoT, and the power of connecting sensor data. He also introduces SensorUp's Platform (sensorup.com) the first implementation of the SensorThings standard.