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Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
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Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
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Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)
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Internet of Things & Open Hardware (LeanCamp Madrid 2012)

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Presentación preparada para el evento LeanCamp Madrid, celebrado el día 27 de Octubre de 2012. …

Presentación preparada para el evento LeanCamp Madrid, celebrado el día 27 de Octubre de 2012.
En ella se introducen los conceptos de Internet of Things así como el Open Hardware y las posibilidades de estas herramientas para realizar un prototipado rápido de cara a un PMV.
La presentación fue realizada por Javier Montaner, Sara Alvarellos, Ricardo Padrino y César García, miembros del grupo IoT Meetup de Madrid. Para más información visita http://www.meetup.com/iotmadrid

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  • 1. Internet of Things & Open Hardware LeanCamp Madrid #LCMad
  • 2. IoT Madrid @IoTMadrid César García Ricardo Padrino @elsatch @ricardo_padrino Sara Alvarellos Javier Montaner @trecedejunio @tumaku_Special guest Gustavo Valera http://www.ultra-lab.net/
  • 3. Picture by dmje licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic.
  • 4. VIdeo by Ubidots under Standard Youtube license
  • 5. Sensors and ActuatorsPicture by herr_hartmann licensed under Creative Commons Atribución-NoComercial 2.0 Genérica (CC BY-NC 2.0).
  • 6. Connected ObjectsPicture by dobrych licensed under Creative Commons Atribución -NoComercial-SinDerivadas 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) .
  • 7. Smart ObjectsPicture by joealterio licensed under Creative Commons Atribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas 2.0 Genérica (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0).
  • 8. The CloudPicture by joealterio licensed under Creative Commons Atribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas 2.0 Genérica (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0).
  • 9. Social NetworksPicture by joealterio licensed under Creative Commons Atribución- Picture by SocialGrowlicensed under Creative CommonsNoComercial-SinDerivadas 2.0 Genérica (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0). Atribución-SinDerivadas 2.0 Genérica (CC BY-ND 2.0).
  • 10. Why Internet of Things at #lcmad?Picture by Leo Reynoldslicensed underCreative Commons Atribución-NoComercial-CompartirIgual 2.0 Genérica (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0).
  • 11. Imagen de Sara Alvarellos.
  • 12. OPEN HARDWARE Hardware licensed under an open license● Equivalent to Open Source software but for hardware● Examples: ○ Linux for Open Source ○ Arduino, Raspberry Pi for Open Hardware● Many different licenses● Most allow commercial usage and creating derivatives
  • 13. ArduinoOne of the most popular Open Hardware projects● Small micro computer● Cheap (20$)● Easy to learn and develop MVP● Lots of modules/shields● Its glue for computing the physical word
  • 14. Arduino FeaturesOne of the most popular Open Hardware projects● Programming enviroment is free● USB port to upload programs and power● 14 Digital ports● 5 Analog ports
  • 15. Using Arduino One of the most popular Open Hardware projects● Inputs ● Outputs● Buttons ● Rele● Sensors ● Actuators● Bluetooth ● Bluetooth● Wifi ● Wifi● Bananas? ● 3rd party service ● Local storage
  • 16. Arduino Examples
  • 17. Garduino – Arduino gardening http://www.instructables.com/id/Garduino-Gardening-Arduino/
  • 18. GrowGuard - Gardening Product
  • 19. Arduino Lock PrototypeFull instructions at: http://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-RFID-Door-Lock/
  • 20. Lockitron Product
  • 21. MVP Drumset lights
  • 22. Arduino Lilypad enabled clothing● Enlace: www.speedvest.com
  • 23. Arduino Derivative demo● MakeyMakey is and Arduino based computer input device● Time to bring the sensors, actuators and try some of them!
  • 24. go WIRELESS
  • 25. RFID & NFC short-range wireless communication systemfor identification and formated data exchange
  • 26. RFID & NFC
  • 27. EXAMPLES
  • 28. EXAMPLES
  • 29. EXAMPLES
  • 30. DATA REPOSITORY Data brokerage platform for the Internet of Things● Get a value posted by your Device (or another data source)● Store it● Visualize it in some way● Push it somewhere else● Allow it to be retrieved
  • 31. "Active Digital Identities""connections between each product and each customer"
  • 32. "Feel. Act. Make sense." Free. Invitation need.
  • 33. "Once the data is in ThingSpeak, you can build applications that retrieve the data, use the data for process decision making, and reporting"
  • 34. "Right now on the Cosm platform, developers and companies are connecting devices and apps to securely store and exchange data."
  • 35. CosmAlgunos ejemplos prácticos
  • 36. Monitorizando el mundo físico. La calidad del aire. Air Quality Egg en Madrid en la calle Sagasta.
  • 37. Monitorizando el mundo físico. La calidad del aire. Air Quality Egg en Madrid en la calle Sagasta.
  • 38. Monitorizando el mundo físico. La calidad del aire. Air Quality Egg en el mundo.
  • 39. MASHUPs
  • 40. Display customers on Google MapsCustomer in an Excel in DropboxExtract the address dataDisplay location in Google Maps
  • 41. LETS PLAY!!https://ifttt.com/instagram
  • 42. LETS PLAY!!
  • 43. The fantastic tweeting machine:build an MVP in a weekend by Javier Montaner
  • 44. Open Source HW Arduino
  • 45. 3D Printed Box
  • 46. Internet Mashup (SMS -> twitter)
  • 47. Functional Flow of MVP1. Arduino detects contactless (NFC) card and reads the personalised twitter username2. Arduino formats an SMS with the username and #LCMad hashtag3. Arduino sends the SMS to IFTTT number4. IFTTT triggers the recipe and tweets the content of the SMS
  • 48. ¡Muchas gracias por tu atención! Más sobre IoT en http://www.meetup.com/iotmadrid/ síguenos en twitter @IoTMadrid

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