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PIC16F18446 Sensor Board Demonstration

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The PIC16F18446 Sensor Board showcases how the high-resolution analog and Core Independent Peripherals of our new PIC16F18446 can be used to implement battery-powered sensor end node applications. 

The battery-powered PIC16F18446 Sensor Board displays a visual comparison of signal acquisition, from various analog sensors, using 12-bit resolution with computational functions and 10-bit resolution without. 
 

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Intel and its partners move ahead on the path of intelligent factories

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Shreepanjali Mod

Intel with i's ecosystem partners  is busy these days and showcasing plethora of intelligent and interconnected Technologies that enable implementation of (IIoT) industrial internet of things at Hannover Messe.

The showdown includes several Innovative manners leveraging legacy equipment and boosting automation. They are also researching on the complexities and challenges face by present day factories.

 

Evolution of Wireless Telecommunication Network : 1G / 2G / 3G / 4G

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Engineers Garage

Evolution-of-mobile-phone-communicationWireless Telecommunication Network, In simple terms, it may be defined as a wireless network which enables us to communicate over mobile phones and similar devices. The journey of a modern-day wireless telecommunication network can be divided into 4 phases, namely 1G, 2G, 3G and 4G. Let us understand each one of them one by one.

 

 

SSH File Transfer Protocol - IOT Part 45

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Priya

SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP)In the previous tutorial, it was seen how FTP protocol can be used to update application software on an IoT device. However, FTP protocol has some security concerns as it is vulnerable to several kind of attacks like Brute force attack, FTP bounce attack, Packet capture, Port stealing (guessing the next open port and usurping a legitimate connection), Spoofing attack, Username enumeration etc. Therefore, secure variants of FTP protocols were developed. SSH File Transfer Protocol is one of the secure variants of the FTP protocol.  

 

Automatic Software Update by IoT Device over FTP Protocol - IOT Part 44

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Priya

Raspberry Pi 3 MicroSD Card Slot In this project, a Raspberry Pi is used as an IoT device which is running a simple python application to blink an LED. So, the IoT device designed in this project is a Raspberry Pi interfaced with an LED. One another python application also keeps running on the daughter board which keeps looking for an update of the LED blinking code from a FTP server. The Update seeking application connects with the FTP server and tracks the version number of the LED blinking code available at the FTP server. 

 

Application of FTP Protocol in Internet of Things - IOT Part 43

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Priya

File Transfer Protocol (FTP)File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a standard protocol for transferring files between a client and server over an internet network. The FTP protocol was written by Abhay Bhushan (IIT Kanpur) in 1971. In 1980, a TCP/IP version of the protocol as RFC 765 was introduced which became the de facto standard worldwide. in 1998, the protocol stack was updated for IPv6 support. Within this protocol, the security features were enabled by a  TLS/SSL layers called FTP Secure (FTPS). A new secured version of FTP is also widely used called SSH File transfer protocol (SFTP). The SFTP is quite different protocol than the traditional FTPS. 

 

Photon based Smart AC Socket IoT Project

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Hari Prasaath K

Photon Based Smart IoT Socket and Energy Monitor Circuit In this project, a smart socket is designed which can be automatically switched using a relay. The socket is interfaced to a Particle Photon based IoT device which keeps track of energy consumption using ACS 712 Current sensor and help automatically disconnect socket connection with the Mains when the power consumption by a device exceeds a threshold value. The Photon also remains connected to a web server via Wi-Fi hotspot and keeps updating the energy consumption data to the server. 

 

ESP8266 and Arduino Based IoT Vehicle Tracking System

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Hari Prasaath K.

Arduino and ESP8266 based IoT Vehicle Tracking Device CircuitThe vehicle tracking systems are designed for tracking the movement of a vehicle from a location at any time. Such system is equipped with a GPS receiver which maintains the GPS location of the device. The GPS location of the device traced by the GPS sensor is sent to a cloud server or cloud service with the help of a controller. This project is a simple implementation of such system on one of the most popular prototyping boards - Arduino UNO. 

 

Designing ESP8266 Weather Station Using OpenWeatherMap

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Hari Prasaath K.

ESP8266 IoT Weather StationThe IoT device designed here is a weather station built by interfacing a character LCD with the ESP8266 board. The device fetches the weather data of the location it is installed and display it on the LCD screen. It must be noted that there are no sensors used in this device and the device gets the weather data from an IoT platform i.e. Open Weather Map. The device fetches temperature and precipitation information using API keys and display it on the LCD.