30 Minutes or Less: Build A Universal Sensor Hub and Monitor Anything You Want with a Raspberry Pi
You are curious. You want to know how hot it is in the attic, how cold it gets in the basement, if your plants need to be watered, how windy it is outside, or the temperature in your wine rack.
In this step-by-step article, you will see how easy it is to build a universal sensor hub using inexpensive components to monitor anything you want, starting with temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure - you can add other sensors to it in future.
Augmented IoT: Using JEDI One to Combine Local Sensor Data with the 'Wisdom of the Web'
Machinechat's JEDI One makes it easy to gather sensor data, visualize it and act on it all from a local machine that you own and control. Sometimes you may find it useful to tap into the ‘wisdom of the web’ and include data from the Internet on your JEDI One dashboards and use this outside info along with local sensor data to influence actions or notifications. JEDI One’s custom plug-in capability makes this easy - just a few simple steps.