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Re: [iot-wg] a tiny tool for iot data collection and monitoring

Hi Shigeru,

thanks a lot for sharing this information about your success using some
of the Eclipse IoT projects in your tool :-)

Do you have any further plans regarding contributing the code one of the
projects or extending it further?

Kai

On 21.08.19 02:37, shigeru ishida wrote:
> Yesterday Eclipse Milo 0.3.3 maven repository has been released, so I
> updated to these
> bundles in my tool. In addition, in README.md, I added a photo of the
> sensors
> connected to Raspberry Pi 3B and also updated the dashboard images a little.
> 
> Although at a simple level. this tool has reached the following goals
> that were
> initially planned.
> 
> - For private / office / factory room, easily collect general environmental
> Â information and industrial / factory equipment running information via
> OPC-UA.
> 
> - Real-time monitoring and convert these information to MQTT as a data
> source
> Â for any other purposes.
> 
> - Runs as Java / OSGi application on Raspberry Pi 3B (arm) and Ubuntu
> machine (amd64).
> 
> Although I think the functionality and performance of this tool are not
> sufficient
> for formal operation, it may be an easy-to-try tool.
> 
> Thank you.
> 
> 
> 2019å8æ19æ(æ) 5:00 shigeru ishida <s5u.ishida@xxxxxxxxx
> <mailto:s5u.ishida@xxxxxxxxx>>:
> 
>     > Also, I would like to add PM2.5 sensor to environmental
>     information, but it has not been done yet
>     > (to be determined).
> 
>     Now, my tool supports PM2.5 measurement of PPD42NS dust sensor using
>     GPIO facility of Pi4J and
>     may monitor the easy environmental information for private / office
>     / factory room.
> 
>     2019å8æ16æ(é) 2:39 shigeru ishida <s5u.ishida@xxxxxxxxx
>     <mailto:s5u.ishida@xxxxxxxxx>>:
> 
>         Hi all,
> 
>         I created a simple IoT data collection and monitoring tool using
>         Eclipse Milo (OPC-UA),
>         Eclipse Paho (MQTT) and other OSS. It runs as a Java / OSGi
>         application on Raspberry Pi 3B
>         or Ubuntu machine.
> 
>         https://github.com/s5uishida/rainy
> 
>         In fact, last week I announced to milo-dev ML. After that, I
>         improved this tool, revised documentation,
>         and thought to announce to iot-wg ML. The brief introduction is
>         as follows.
> 
>         [IoT data]
> 
>         - Industrial / Factory equipment information
>         Â OPC-UA (by Eclise Milo)
>         Â Collect data by monitoredItem.
> 
>         - Environmental information
>         Â - TI SensorTag CC2650 (by bluez-dbus)
>         Â Â Â IR Temperature (Object / Ambience)
>         Â Â Â Relative humidity
>         Â Â Â Barometric pressure
>         Â Â Â Optical
>         Â ÂÂÂ Movement (Gyroscope / Accelerometer / Magnetometer)
> 
>         Â - MH-Z19B (by jSerialComm)
>         Â Â Â CO2 gas concentration
> 
>         Â Collect data by scheduling with cron4j (crontab format).
>         Sensor data is read according to the cron4j schedule,
>         Â but sensor data can also be read using BLE Notification. You
>         can also use WakeOnMotion of CC2650.
> 
>         [Sending data]
> 
>         - InfluxDB (Time series DB)
>         - MQTT (Eclipse Paho - Eclipse Mosquitto)
> 
>         [Visualization / monitoring]
> 
>         - Grafana (via InfluxDB)
>         - Chronograf (via InfluxDB)
> 
>         Also, I would like to add PM2.5 sensor to environmental
>         information, but it has not been done yet
>         (to be determined).
> 
>         For a list of bundles I created and third party bundles, see the
>         "Bundle list" at that URL.
> 
>         Regards,
> 
>         --Shigeru
> 
> 
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