Eclipse IoT In Action
Open Source Technologies for end-to-end IoT Solutions
Marco Carrer, EUROTECH
Kristopher Clark, ACTUA...
Eclipse IoT in Action
Applying open source to end-to-end IoT solutions
• Integrate and CollectCollect
• TransportTransport...
Eclipse IoT in Action
EclipseCON 2014 Setup
Door set 1 Door set 2
Environmental
Sensors
Eclipse IoT in Action
Eclipse IoT in Action
Architecture
DEVICE/GATEWAY
(data collection)
CLOUD
(device management and data analytics)
UI
(data ...
People Counter
Eurotech DynaPCN 10-20
Stereoscopic cameras
Infrared
illuminators
Environmental Monitoring
Eurotech ReliaSENS 18-12
Air Out Air In
Connectivity
• Cellular (3g, GRPS), WiFi
• Ethernet, GPS ...
IoT Gateway Software Stack
OSGi
on
Linux
Hardware
Java VM
Application
Application
• Built-in OSGi Services for IoT Apps
• ...
Developer’s Experience
Emulate on PC Deploy on Target Cloud Managed
Start developing your IoT
/M2M application in the
comf...
Functional Overview
Java VM
OSGi Application Container
Device Abstraction
Gateway Basic Services
Network Configuration
Net...
Eclipse IoT in Action
Java VM
OSGi Application Container (Equinox)
Device Abstraction
javax.comm
Gateway Basic Services
DB...
Administration UI
Eclipse IoT in Action
MQTT Topics and Payloads
econ/hyatt/ballroom
doorset1 doorset2 sensors
• Timestamp
• Metrics:
• inCo...
What is BIRT?
AUGUST
2004
Actuate Joins
Eclipse Foundation
as Strategic Developer
and Board Member
Actuate proposed and st...
Simplicity
that makes
simple layouts
easy
Power
to create
very complex
layouts
BIRT
BIRT
• Makes all data-driven content d...
BIRT Designer
High-Level BIRT Architecture
BIRT Engine
Presentation
Services
Design Engine
Generation
Services
Data
Servic...
Create Rich Data Visualizations
with BIRT Designer from any Data Source
Embed in your application
Open source and commercial
APIs to integrate
visualizations in context
Interactive user
experien...
What we do with Data
DEVICE/GATEWAY
(data collection)
CLOUD
(device management and data analytics)
UI
(data visualization)...
Where to start?
developer.actuate.com
eclipse.org/birt
iot.eclipse.org
Evaluate This Session
Sign-in: www.eclipsecon.org
Select session from schedule
Evaluate:
1
2
3
www.eurotech.com
Thank You!
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Eclipse Internet of Things in Action EclipseCON 2014

  1. 1. Eclipse IoT In Action Open Source Technologies for end-to-end IoT Solutions Marco Carrer, EUROTECH Kristopher Clark, ACTUATE
  2. 2. Eclipse IoT in Action Applying open source to end-to-end IoT solutions • Integrate and CollectCollect • TransportTransport • Data Analytics and IntelligenceData Analytics • ManageManage
  3. 3. Eclipse IoT in Action EclipseCON 2014 Setup Door set 1 Door set 2 Environmental Sensors
  4. 4. Eclipse IoT in Action
  5. 5. Eclipse IoT in Action Architecture DEVICE/GATEWAY (data collection) CLOUD (device management and data analytics) UI (data visualization) Linux Hardware Java VM Eclipse Equinox OSGi Hardware Everyware Cloud Device Manag ement MQTT Broker EUROTECH DEVICE CLOUD REST API MQTT BIRT Mobile Dashboards BIRT iHub Web Reports MQTT
  6. 6. People Counter Eurotech DynaPCN 10-20 Stereoscopic cameras Infrared illuminators
  7. 7. Environmental Monitoring Eurotech ReliaSENS 18-12 Air Out Air In Connectivity • Cellular (3g, GRPS), WiFi • Ethernet, GPS Positioning Environment Analysis • Electromagnetic radiation • Radioactivity • Temperature, Humidity, Pressure Air Quality Measurements • CO, CO2, NO, NO2, O3 • SO2, H2S, VOC • PM10
  8. 8. IoT Gateway Software Stack OSGi on Linux Hardware Java VM Application Application • Built-in OSGi Services for IoT Apps • High-level Programming Language • Software Modularity • Configuration Management • Application Management • Shorter Time-to-Market • Device Abstraction • Application Portability • Investment Protection • Integrated Device Cloud features Application
  9. 9. Developer’s Experience Emulate on PC Deploy on Target Cloud Managed Start developing your IoT /M2M application in the comfort of your PC. • Full Eclipse Integration • Target Platform Definition • Emulated Services • Run/Debug from Eclipse • Support Mac/Linux Hosts When you are ready, deploy your application on the gateway. • One-click Deployment • Eclipse Plugin • Remote Debugging Provision and manage your applications in field devices from the Cloud. • Remote OSGi Management via MQTT • Web-based Console
  10. 10. Functional Overview Java VM OSGi Application Container Device Abstraction Gateway Basic Services Network Configuration Network Management Field Protocols Connectivity and Delivery AdministrationGUI Operation&Management Linux Hardware App 1 App 2 App n. . . . Applications
  11. 11. Eclipse IoT in Action Java VM OSGi Application Container (Equinox) Device Abstraction javax.comm Gateway Basic Services DB Service Clock Services Device Profile Watchdog Network ConfigurationNetwork Configuration Field Protocols People Counter Protocol ReliaSENS Protocol Connectivity and Delivery Data Services MQTT Paho AdministrationGUI Applications EclispeCON People Counter Application RemoteManagement Configuration Management Updates Management PositionUSB / javax.usb Cloud Services ReliaSENS Application
  12. 12. Administration UI
  13. 13. Eclipse IoT in Action MQTT Topics and Payloads econ/hyatt/ballroom doorset1 doorset2 sensors • Timestamp • Metrics: • inCount1 • outCount1 • inCount2 • outCount2 • Timestamp • Metrics: • inCount1 • outCount1 • inCount2 • outCount2 • Timestamp • GPS Position • Metrics: • CO2 • VOC • E • PM10 • TEMP • HUM • PRESS Kura Payload Kura Payload Kura Payload
  14. 14. What is BIRT? AUGUST 2004 Actuate Joins Eclipse Foundation as Strategic Developer and Board Member Actuate proposed and started BIRT Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools Project a top-level Eclipse project Adds BI and Reporting as Open Source Project Professional open source Primary development resources funded by Actuate Contributions from many sources IBM, Innovent Solutions and community
  15. 15. Simplicity that makes simple layouts easy Power to create very complex layouts BIRT BIRT • Makes all data-driven content development easy • Modern, web-page design metaphor • Open and standards-based • Flexible with rich programmatic control • Full support for libraries and reuse • Foundation for a range of solutions A New Generation of Embeddable Reporting and Analytics Technology
  16. 16. BIRT Designer High-Level BIRT Architecture BIRT Engine Presentation Services Design Engine Generation Services Data Services Charting Engine Eclipse Designer Chart Designer Eclipse DTP, WTP,… Data Data HTML PDF Excel Word PowerPoint PostScript … XML Design Document
  17. 17. Create Rich Data Visualizations with BIRT Designer from any Data Source
  18. 18. Embed in your application Open source and commercial APIs to integrate visualizations in context Interactive user experience tools Secure server to manage and generate visualizations BIRT iHub
  19. 19. What we do with Data DEVICE/GATEWAY (data collection) CLOUD (device management and data analytics) UI (data visualization) Linux Hardware Java VM Eclipse Equinox OSGi Hardware Everyware Cloud Device Manag ement MQTT Broker EUROTECH DEVICE CLOUD REST API MQTT Dashboards BIRT iHub BIRT Design BIRT Data Object Web Reports BIRT Mobile
  20. 20. Where to start? developer.actuate.com eclipse.org/birt iot.eclipse.org
  21. 21. Evaluate This Session Sign-in: www.eclipsecon.org Select session from schedule Evaluate: 1 2 3
  22. 22. www.eurotech.com Thank You!
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