This implementation helps extend the range of an IoT Gateway device and connect LoRa or Packet radio capable devices to send data in string format to Watson IoT platform. It makes use of the WiFi connectivity to communicate with the Gateway.
This recipe will show you how to connect sensors and devices to the Watson IoT platform using a MobiusFlow enabled device such as a MobiusFlow Modem, MobiusFlow Server or MobiusFlow Lighting Control Module
This recipe shows how to integrate Google Home via IFTTT with Watson IoT Platform to control smart home (really any) device. We use a ble candle and Raspberry Pi to demonstrate how you can control a device via Google Home and IFTTT (If this than that).
With this recipe, a web application enables the users to manage and control the lights of the building, also known as ‘Smart Lighting’.
This recipe describes how to connect an Android smartphone to the IBM Watson IoT Quickstart using the IoTool app. Use different Sensors (integrated, wired, wireless), Virtual sensors (algorithms), Triggers, Actions or your own extensions.
Connect the WiFi SensorTag directly to the Watson IoT Platform and send sensor data to the cloud. Default settings push data to the Quickstart service for easy web browser display and prototyping, or configure to push to the Registered service. LetsGo !
This recipe shows how to integrate Alexa via IFTTT with Watson IoT Platform to control smart home (really any) device. We use a ble candle and Raspberry Pi to demonstrate how you can control a device via Alex and IFTTT (If this than that).
Step by step guide how to connect LEGO Mindstorm EV3 robot (with WiFi adapter) to IBM IoT platform on Bluemix, how to control movement and speech from NodeRed and example how you can use L-TEK Firefly sensors to trigger robot actions defined on NodeRed.
Over the Holidays I bought some Bluetooth LED Candles called PlayBulb. They come with an app but I wanted to control them via WiFI and integrate them with WIoTP and take advantage of Node-Red, Watson API and Twitter. E.g to reflect the mood of Tweets.
In this recipe we will see how to provision a new device on a LoRaWAN network powered by ThingPark, and configure ThingPark to automatically push all device data to your own IBM Watson IoT service.