- Understanding the Mechanics of 3D PrintingPosted 2 months ago
- SDS011 the Air Quality SensorPosted 3 months ago
- NIXIE STYLE LED DISPLAYPosted 6 months ago
- TOTEM: learning by experimentingPosted 6 months ago
- Google Assistant Voice Controlled Switch – NodeMCU IOT ProjePosted 7 months ago
- Water Softener Salt Level MonitorPosted 7 months ago
- Sparkly Air SensorPosted 7 months ago
- Ultra sonic distance finder with live statusPosted 7 months ago
- Windows interface to have total control over lampsPosted 7 months ago
- Smart AquariumPosted 7 months ago
Eclipse Foundation Releases IoT Projects: the universal frameworks for IoT apps
Eclipse Foundation announced the release of a number of Internet of Things projects. These include: Eclipse Kura (a framework for building IoT gateways); Eclipse Paho (implementations of MQTT protocols); Eclipse OM2M (an open source implementation of the SmartM2M and oneM2M standard) and Eclipse SmartHome (an open source framework for building smart home solutions).
The Eclipse Kura 2.0 provides a way of using a Raspberry Pi or a BeagleBone Black as an IoT gateway and a cloud management of embedded devices, with a Bootstrap-based UI web interface and connectors to plug into Amazon AWS IoT, Microsoft Azure IoT and IBM IoT.
Eclipse Paho 1.2 provides a number of open source client implementations of the MQTT and MQTT-SN low powered telemetry protocols. This release adds WebSockets support for the Java and Python clients, a new Go client for Windows, macOS, Linux and FreeBSD platforms.
The first Eclipse OM2M 1.0 release is due shortly, which provides an implementation of the SmartM2M and oneM2M standards.
Eclipse SmartHome 0.8 release brings a release of a framework designed to run on a Rasberry Pi, BeagleBone Black or an Intel Edison for providing smart bindings for home oriented devices, such as smart lighting and heating. There are many devices that are supported out of the box, including new additions such as Sonos speakers, Belkin WeMo devices, digitalSTROM systems and others.
More info at iot.eclipse.org
Pingback: Eclipse Foundation Releases IoT Projects: the universal frameworks for IoT apps | Open Electronics |