Ubiquitous Internet of Things: How ESP32s are changing the game

I have been tinkering with IoT devices for over 10 years now, starting with micro controllers with ethernet ports (later bulky wifi-shields) that were cumbersome to scale out and put onto things. For a true internet of things, we needed low-cost, connectivity enabled, sensor packed devices we would attach to things easily and then read…More

Raspberry Pi Setup – Part II: IoT API Platform

Intro This is the second part in a series of posts on setting up a Raspberry Pi to fully utilize the Software & Hardware functionality of this platform to build interesting internet of things (IOT) applications. Part-I is here https://techiecook.wordpress.com/2016/10/10/raspberry-pi-ssh-headless-access-from-mac-and-installing-node-processing/ … this covered the following: Enable SSH service on the Pi Connect to Pi without a display or router –…More

Raspberry Pi Setup – Part I : Boot, SSH and Headless access

Intro Part I : Documenting the workflow/steps to setup my Raspberry Pi (2 B) – from Installing Raspbian to installing Node, Processing etc Goals: Enable SSH service on the Pi Connect to Pi without a display or router – headless access via Mac Steps Install Raspbian Boot your Pi Setup SSH Connect to Mac Troubleshoot Connection to Mac…More

Testing Data Logging RESTful Webservice – using Python and Thingsspeak

Your windows “TaskManager” just went LIVE! Imagine being able to broadcast your CPU/MEM/Disk capacity data or data from a hardware device or appliance (Arduino based sensor) to a service. Now imagine being able to view this data in a live graphical manner and being able to share it with the rest of the world (power…More