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 In this talk +Günter Obiltschnig will introduce macchina.io (http://macchina.io), a new open source platform for programming Linux-based IoT gateway devices.
macchina.io provides a rich programming environment that allows to build modular applications using both JavaScript and C++. Although macchina.io itself is implemented in C++, based on the POCO C++ Libraries and a couple of other cool frameworks, it integrates the Google V8 JavaScript engine to allow high-level application development in JavaScript.
After a quick overview of macchina.io, we’ll go through a live demo, followed by a few JavaScript programming examples showing how to obtain sensor data, store it in an on-device SQLite database, visualize it using the built-in web server and transmit it to a server using MQTT. I’ll also talk about the C++-to-JavaScript bridging mechanism, which enables using C++ services from JavaScript without having to manually write glue or wrapper code.
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IoT software development is often slowed or delayed because the target hardware is unfinished, unstable, or just a few units are available. Existing hardware simulation tools allow developers to test if their code is functionally correct on a specific device. Unfortunately, this type of simulation alone falls short when integrating the code into more complex applications or libraries, or when simulating hardware sensors or components that have custom interfaces.



An alternative approach is to allow for simulation of hardware at the software API layer, where the specifics of the hardware implementation are already abstracted out into higher-level functions. An example of this would be simulating an i2c temperature sensor with a simple getTemperature() function, rather than reading individual bytes from a simulated i2c bus.

Learn how we have integrated this approach into our development tools, and how this has been successful for developing IoT projects using our Kinoma Create hardware and JavaScript runtime.
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Working without wires: Simulating hardware components for IoT application development
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There’s no good reason for Operational Intelligence or data-driven insights to be a bottleneck for progress or innovation, especially when it comes to the Internet of Things (IoT). Learn how Splunk’s developer-friendly software can be used to quickly and easily build solutions to mine the big data being generated by connected devices, giving you insight into the operations, security, and business relevance of those devices. In this session, we will take a look at the expanding scope of IoT big data, some common sources, and how you can use Splunk’s on-premise or cloud-based platforms to collect, store, transform, analyze, visualize, alert, report, and even perform advanced data science on data generated by the IoT. We’ll cover a few case studies where companies have used Splunk software to realize tremendous ROI on IoT projects. We’ll also outline the steps to download a free version of Splunk, how to connect to and collect data from IoT sources, and how to start gaining insight at big data scale from the machine data produced by those devices right away!  
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Eclipse Kura is the well recognized field gateway for Internet Of Things applications. Apache Camel is the message routing engine and the library containing a gazillions of the various endpoint connectors. Are you interested in finding out how these two can be joined together to create a rocking IoT solution? Then tune in to this talk by +Henryk Konsek, Engineer at Red Hat. 
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XtextCON - Three days of #Xtext
May 18-20
Kiel, Germany
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Since Julien Vermillard will be giving his IoT Day presentation remotely today, we are using this as an opportunity to broadcast it live! 
Tune in at 2.15 PST!

More info on the presentation: https://www.eclipsecon.org/na2015/session/five-elements-iot-security-open-source-rescue
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Our digital world is growing rapidly and we have more devices connected to the internet than ever. On top of that every second 80 new devices are added, which introduces new challenges to communication between these devices. MQTT is a lightweight and scalable protocol that shifts today's request/response paradigm of the web to an event-driven publish and subscribe architecture, which is a perfect fit for Internet of Things and Machine-2-Machine use cases. It allows to connect thousands of devices and is particularly suited for connecting constrained mobile devices. 

This presentation gives an introduction to MQTT and explains its features and use cases. Also included is a live demonstration, which shows how to use MQTT  between a device and a web browser. 
During the talk the following questions will be answered: 
* Why do we need a different protocol for the Internet of Things (and HTTP is not a good fit in every case)? 
* What is MQTT and how does it help to overcome the challenges we have today? 
* How to get started with MQTT?
* How can MQTT help to connect your devices? 
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Hi +Joel Bender

Thanks for you kind words, I appreciate it. 
Regarding your question, there is no standard for the MQTT payload at the moment. There are some discussions at OASIS to add meta data to a topic or message in order to know the format of the payload in a future version of MQTT. For now it depends on your use case, the devices or system, which receive the message and a trade-off between interoperability (JSON) or efficiency (BACnet binary).

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IoT software development is often slowed or delayed because the target hardware is unfinished, unstable, or just a few units are available. Existing hardware simulation tools allow developers to test if their code is functionally correct on a specific device. Unfortunately, this type of simulation alone falls short when integrating the code into more complex applications or libraries, or when simulating hardware sensors or components that have custom interfaces.



An alternative approach is to allow for simulation of hardware at the software API layer, where the specifics of the hardware implementation are already abstracted out into higher-level functions. An example of this would be simulating an i2c temperature sensor with a simple getTemperature() function, rather than reading individual bytes from a simulated i2c bus.

Learn how we have integrated this approach into our development tools, and how this has been successful for developing IoT projects using our Kinoma Create hardware and JavaScript runtime.
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Please use the comments on this page or just tweet with the #VirtualIoT hashtag should you have any question for Jared and Andy! Oh, and the Q&A section in G+ would work too :)
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Starting from the winner project of the first Eclipse Open IoT Challenge, Carracho, the purpose of this webinar is showing how a good idea can become a success project with limited efforts in writing code.

Carracho is a cloud vehicle monitoring application that reads vehicle ECU (Engine Control Unit) parameters, capture GPS data, provides anti-theft feature and detects security issues like flames or gas leaks.

The Solair IoT Cloud Platform and the Eclipse Kura framework are the two pillars on which the application is based.
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Creating end-to-end IoT applications with Eclipse Kura & Solair IoT Platform
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We have been collecting interesting data on the current trends in IoT, and we want to celebrate the Global IoT Day with you all and share some of our key (and sometimes surprising) findings.
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#EclipseCon Keynotes Announced!
Including Mark Reinhold, Java 9 and Beyond
Denise Jacobs Keynote Talk: Infinite Possibilities  
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You’re full of fantastic IoT ideas, but bringing them to fruition is never an easy task. Especially when it comes time to work with your sensors and electronics. Hardware can present a significant obstacle, but not when you use the WunderBar, your starter kit for the Internet of Things! 

Learn about how the WunderBar, a sensor and cloud solution package that works out of the box, and how it will help you rapidly prototype and create your IoT products!
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