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  1. Nice surprise! It’s here! Get your Wi-Fi® SensorTag today Get data from 10 sensors to the cloud in minutes Connect to the cloud in minutes with this ready-to-use demo platform Run applications on 2 AAA batteries Learn more
  2. Hello everyone, I wanted to share my current project. I am building a robotic car using the blynk app. I will also be adding a robotic arm, video camera, Hotspot, solar panel, temp sensor and more. I am building this with a classmate for my senior project. I will post more details later as the project progresses.
  3. Hello Everyone, I am planning on building an IoT robotic snow plow using a CC3200 Launchpad. Does anyone have suggestions on what camera module to use with the CC3200?
  4. Hi, I am not from the field of IT and do not know how to design webpages. I want to design a webpage/dashboard for real time monitoring of remote data using Tiva. I have referred freeboard.io and few other resources, but I am unable to find any customizable dashboard which has user management and alert facilities. Can anyone suggest me some tool with which I can design my own website/dashboard for IOT (drag-drop preferably)? Thanks.
  5. I have had a career in telecommunications and now like to dabble with computers. IoT seems interesting so I am here to see what I can learn from the more knowledgeable folk who contribute here.
  6. We have developed hardware, open source firmware and a web app, which will allow very rapid creation of IoT applications, aimed at beginners and experts alike. We use a Wi-Fi master, paired with ISM slaves, to allow greater battery life and range for the slaves (though masters can be used on their own). A complete security infrastructure is in place, and a personalised web app is created on set-up. Or you can extend our code, point to your own server or use our API to build your own web or desktop application. Our master is based on CC3100 + MSP5969 + CC110L. We currently supply slaves based on the CC430 and made by PanStamp. Please take a look at www.wifithing.com and our kickstarter campaign. If you want a third party view of what we are trying to do, this article covers it well: SemiAccurate Or look at the blog posted about us on energia.nu. Edward
  7. Hi, Is there a library available for Exosite and TIVA launchpad in Energia, similar to the qs_iot sample used in CCS IDE? Thanks, TVG
  8. Hi all Here's a quick project tutorial that I posted up on hackster.io --> https://www.hackster.io/adrianf/internet-button-ti-launchpad-ifttt-463300 It's a simple "internet-connected button" that triggers an event on IFTTT (If this, then that)'s Maker Channel. They offer a simple RESTful API that we can POST to using an internet-connected LaunchPad. In this tutorial, I used the MSP432 LaunchPad + CC3100 WiFi BoosterPack, but any internet-connected LaunchPad would work just fine! In this tutorial, I am simply triggering a push notification to my phone, however this tutorial can be used as a starting point for triggering any of the dozens of cloud-side actions that IFTTT supports (i.e. send SMS, send email, update facebook, etc) Also, be sure to check out the other LaunchPad-based projects on hackster @ https://www.hackster.io/ti-launchpad Cheers! Adrian
  9. Hello all! If anyone else is interested in devops tools like ansible/vagrant/docker or linux administration this project might interest you. I recently started learning about ansible a tool used to configure/orchestrate servers. So I thought I would try and use that to push firmware updates out to MSP430s. I came up with a solution that allows me to run a command on my machine which then copies the firmware to Rapsberry Pis and then flashes any MSP430 LaunchPads connected to them. I first had to compile the msp430 dll and the latest version of mspdebug for the ARM architecture (rather than x86). Essentially this allows me to program MSP430s from a Raspberry Pi using mspdebug. I talk about the steps here: http://zacklalanne.me/automated-deployment-of-msp430-firmware-part1/ Then I wrote an ansible playbook to automatically deploy the dll and mspdebug as well as the firmware to the connected Raspberry Pis which then push the firmware to the MSP430s. http://zacklalanne.me/automated-deployment-of-msp430-firmware-part2/ Don't think this is too realistic for an actual production environment but getting it all to run was a good learning exercise in compiling code on linux and system administration.
  10. I've got a bunch of sensors in my house uploading data to my phant repository - but I decided to start looking into placing sensors outside as well. I purchased some $2 solar sensors from Target (Apparently they're frequently available from the dollar store as well - I'll check into that) in the hopes that I could use them to power an MSP430. The ones I purchased only provide ~1.2v of power since they're single battery. They're 200maH as well, but I think that will likely be plenty for my uses. Since one wouldn't do it - I used two in series. At full power - that should be around 2.4v - perfect for an MSP430. I added a diode between the two just in case, and clipped the LED to avoid unneeded battery usage. Hooking directly into the battery means that I get power all the time - great since I didn't just want power at night. Plus - the power output for the LED is apparently pulsed - probably not good for the MSP430. I've been watching the sensor values today - it dropped a bit overnight (very little to be honest - about 0.05v), but it's charging nicely right now. I need to get a better container - but for now it's in a cheap tupperware container inside of a ziploc bag. Apparently the dollar store also sells locking containers with a gasket that would be perfect for this. Here is my analog.io graph for battery level. I'm not calculating the actual voltage - but it's out of 255 - 255 being a 3v reference voltage (technically vcc/2 compared to 1.5v reference). So 198 is ~2.33v. Next up - I've got some radioshack weather sensors (rain, wind speed & direction) that I'll be ripping the guts out of and replacing with MSP430 brains. They'll get solar power as well.
  11. Temboo (I work there!) has just released a powerful new addition to our Internet of Things programming platform, enabling you to build production-ready IoT applications with your MSP430 in minutes. Please check it out and let me know if you have any questions. https://temboo.com/conditions
  12. I have put together a proof of concept which has the CC3200 LaunchPad communicating directly with Microsoft Azure to create a highly scalable (millions of packets a second) ingestion system that also provides near real-time streaming analytics, and machine learning capabilities. I thought I would share it with you all, and hope you find it either interesting or useful. End to End IoT Proof of Concept Website: http://ssmlwf.azurewebsites.net/ GitHub Source Code: https://github.com/remixed123/IoT GitHub Wiki, includes setup steps: https://github.com/remixed123/IoT/wiki Glenn.
  13. From: http://e2e.ti.com/group/launchyourdesign/b/blog/archive/2014/09/10/ti-and-temboo-are-building-the-internet-of-things.aspx