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

  1. 1. Internet of Things & Open Hardware LeanCamp Madrid #LCMad
  2. 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. 3. Picture by dmje licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic.
  4. 4. VIdeo by Ubidots under Standard Youtube license
  5. 5. Sensors and ActuatorsPicture by herr_hartmann licensed under Creative Commons Atribución-NoComercial 2.0 Genérica (CC BY-NC 2.0).
  6. 6. Connected ObjectsPicture by dobrych licensed under Creative Commons Atribución -NoComercial-SinDerivadas 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) .
  7. 7. Smart ObjectsPicture by joealterio licensed under Creative Commons Atribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas 2.0 Genérica (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0).
  8. 8. The CloudPicture by joealterio licensed under Creative Commons Atribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas 2.0 Genérica (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0).
  9. 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. 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. 11. Imagen de Sara Alvarellos.
  12. 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. 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. 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. 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. 16. Arduino Examples
  17. 17. Garduino – Arduino gardening http://www.instructables.com/id/Garduino-Gardening-Arduino/
  18. 18. GrowGuard - Gardening Product
  19. 19. Arduino Lock PrototypeFull instructions at: http://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-RFID-Door-Lock/
  20. 20. Lockitron Product
  21. 21. MVP Drumset lights
  22. 22. Arduino Lilypad enabled clothing● Enlace: www.speedvest.com
  23. 23. Arduino Derivative demo● MakeyMakey is and Arduino based computer input device● Time to bring the sensors, actuators and try some of them!
  24. 24. go WIRELESS
  25. 25. RFID & NFC short-range wireless communication systemfor identification and formated data exchange
  26. 26. RFID & NFC
  27. 27. EXAMPLES
  28. 28. EXAMPLES
  29. 29. EXAMPLES
  30. 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. 31. "Active Digital Identities""connections between each product and each customer"
  32. 32. "Feel. Act. Make sense." Free. Invitation need.
  33. 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. 34. "Right now on the Cosm platform, developers and companies are connecting devices and apps to securely store and exchange data."
  35. 35. CosmAlgunos ejemplos prácticos
  36. 36. Monitorizando el mundo físico. La calidad del aire. Air Quality Egg en Madrid en la calle Sagasta.
  37. 37. Monitorizando el mundo físico. La calidad del aire. Air Quality Egg en Madrid en la calle Sagasta.
  38. 38. Monitorizando el mundo físico. La calidad del aire. Air Quality Egg en el mundo.
  39. 39. MASHUPs
  40. 40. Display customers on Google MapsCustomer in an Excel in DropboxExtract the address dataDisplay location in Google Maps
  41. 41. LETS PLAY!!https://ifttt.com/instagram
  42. 42. LETS PLAY!!
  43. 43. The fantastic tweeting machine:build an MVP in a weekend by Javier Montaner
  44. 44. Open Source HW Arduino
  45. 45. 3D Printed Box
  46. 46. Internet Mashup (SMS -> twitter)
  47. 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. 48. ¡Muchas gracias por tu atención! Más sobre IoT en http://www.meetup.com/iotmadrid/ síguenos en twitter @IoTMadrid

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