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Ways to enjoy your life more through automation

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Our organization can assembly, configure, and ship completed IoT devices which are read for use.

There are several end-uses for a computer that are constantly on.

  • Run a local Gitlab server to mirror repositories on your laptop so all changes are immediately replicated on the Pi in case your laptop dies suddenly.

  • Run a server off a large USB hard drive as a local duplicate (mirror) of what is on cloud servers (Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, etc.) to assure local access even when the internet is down.

  • Run a local Hadoop cluster database providing local processing of long-running computer jobs.

  • Display a dashboard web page such as Kibana for log statistics, Grafana for machine statistics, or SAP process and organizational metrics.

  • Display web pages that refreshes itself automatically (news feeds and web cams).

  • Play a movie (mp4 file) continuously or on-demand.

  • Display feeds from a close-circuit USB Camera.

  • Make voice announcements as needed by playing sound files or synthesized from text.

  • Display your email so you can just glance at it (at a security risk).

  • Run an IoT Gateway server for home automation.

  • Raspberry Pi thermometer you can access anywhere (a beginner’s guide) via the Dataplicity cloud.

  • Pool Temperature Monitoring and Pump Control with the Pi Zero W

More on IoT

This is one of a series on IoT:

  1. IoT Acronymns and Abbreviations on Quizlet

  2. IoT Home Assistant system

  3. IoT Apprentice school curriculum
  4. IoT use cases
  5. IoT reminders prevent dead mobile battery
  6. IoT barn feeder

  7. IoT text to speech synthesis
  8. IoT AWS button
  9. Intel IoT
  10. IoT Raspberry hardware
  11. IoT Raspberry installation

  12. IoT Clouds
  13. Samsung IoT Cloud

NOTE: Pages about GE’s Predix have been removed.