In this article as part of the Vintage Tour series we’ll be looking at traditional recording methods and how leading edge Sensortag recording technology can not only be used for data collection, but also help us re-design and better understand engineered systems which we can subsequently improve on. The 1933 Riley we took on... Continue reading Using Sensortags & IBM’s Messaging and Bluemix solution.
Transmitting data from high in the mountains- long distance Messaging into Bluemix Having successfully returned from the 10 day Tour Des Cols rally, I've had a chance to look at the data we did manage to transmit back. It's a tricky thing sat in a very old car, with limited space and some super... Continue reading Transmitting data from High in the Mountains..
Written by Mark Barnard. Before anything can be sent to the ‘backend’ messaging software and into Bluemix, we need to handle a series of inputs. This week I took delivery of some hardware from our friends at Freescale. The Telemetry process and equipment provided they kindly sent me for testing their Freescale IOT unit. This... Continue reading IoT, Bluemix, Messaging and a European tour Vintage style. Part 2 : The Hardware
Written by Mark Barnard. Since its inception back in 1993, IBM ‘Messaging’ in one form or another has never really been far from my working world. I started as a Graduate back then and was promptly sent to Paris for a trade fair where having had a few months getting to know messaging and... Continue reading IoT, Bluemix, Messaging and a European tour Vintage style
Hey folks, I'd like to welcome you to this first instalment of the podcast on the Edge of Space project. Here the team at Imperial walk us through an overview of the project, what they want to achieve and how they want to achieve it. Here is the Edge of Space... Continue reading Microservices, MQ Light, Space Probes – the Podcast
Hey folks – check out our messaging news. On October 10th at 4pm UK time, the IBM Hursley developers who put together MQ Light local and MQ Light as a service on Bluemix will be hosting a live Google Hangout. So, why not pop in and say ‘hello’ – ask some questions and get the latest... Continue reading Google Hangout with MQ Light messaging developers
We've just opened our MessageSight Beta program for registrations. If you're interested in new features and functions on the MessageSight platform and participating in helping us shape the future in this exciting area, then please sign up using this link: http://ibm.co/1hp3XY3 Continue reading MessageSight Beta registration now open!
Hey folks, Great news! IBM® MessageSight™ v1.1 is here! You may have read Andrew Schofield's blog post on the benefits of this new release, if not it's definitely worth a read... Andrew's awesome blog post Here are some of the highlights: A new appliance dashboard in the UI which summarizes recent activity. Easily access enterprise applications from mobile devices MessageSight has a brand new resource... Continue reading IBM® MessageSight™ v1.1 is here!
Do you need to connect mobile devices to your enterprise? Do you want to use messaging for scalable machine-to-machine communication?You need IBM® MessageSight™ v1.1, the latest release of our high-performance mobile and m2m messaging appliance. This release contains some major enhancements and loads of smaller improvements, such as the appliance dashboard in the UI which summarizes recent activity.
Continue reading Connect the mobile world to your enterprise with new IBM® MessageSight™ v1.1!
An introduction to the Connected Car using IBM MessageSight In this post, we are going to show how IBM MessageSight can be used by the automobile industry, to enable their customers to to connect and interact with their cars... What we will see In this scenario Lisa has left her car lights on. The Connected Car while performing... Continue reading IBM MessageSight – The Connected Car!