Internet of Things might be done with Raspberry Pi. But there is a lot of other IoT stuff out there. And very offen it goes hand in hand with AI or Intellegent Machines: How about IoT sensors telling where there’s a free parking space? Will not help much – by the time you get there it’s been taken by someone else. OK, then let us a add some AI that keeps track of how often space becomes available in different streets. And how far away the best place is from your present posistion. Much better.

Ideas like this will keep on comming – some of them too far out, but….

IoT with Wemos

Wemos is another microcontroller with a bit more memory than Arduino and built-in WiFi. RUC Fablab has used it at Roskilde Festival for programming LED chainlights on handicap scooters: https://ing.dk/artikel/fablab-hacker-pimper-koerestole-paa-roskilde-festival-213215 More on the Wemos chip: wiki.wemos.cc products:d1:d1_mini

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Overview of components and protocols

There’s a lot of relevant technologies linked with IoT. RS-online have made a page with information on a lot of them: in danish: Hvad er Internet of Things? in english: What is the Internet of Things?

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IoT with Arduino

Arduino is a very common programmable microcontroller and as such it can be used in many IoT relations. It doesn’t have a full operating system as the Raspberry Pi and as such it’s a whole other ballgame. But on the … Continued

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Raspberry Pi alternatives

The market is seeing a lot of small programable devices these years and even though we focus on the Raspberry Pi, there’s a lot of alternative single board computers and programable microcontrollers out there. Single Board Computers We use this … Continued

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Smart Cities

Smart Cities is one of the areas of IoT development. Smart Cities are city environment that uses IoT and Artificial Intelligence software to help the inhabitants and visitors. Or if you are more like an everyday journalist: Cities that think. … Continued

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