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The integration of joomla with the internet of things concept


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The Internet of Things (IoT) concept is becoming a booming topic as of recent. We have seen many different platforms implement this concept, and Joomla is no exception. In this session, I will talk about some trends of the integration between Joomla and IoT, with how they have manage to improve the efficiency of data delivery, especially since it can just rely on the device-to-device to achieve this. This will include the impact it has on protocols such as MQTT and how it improves the overall QoS this way. I will also talk about future implementations within Joomla for the IoT concept, and how we should proceed with it over time.

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The integration of joomla with the internet of things concept

  1. 1. The Integration of Joomla with the Internet of Things Concept Renaldi Gondosubroto
  2. 2. Who is Renaldi Gondosubroto? • CEO and Founder of GReS Studio • Joomla coder for more than 5 years • Contributor to the Joomla community • IoT Enthusiast • Likes: Piano, programming in different languages, watching comedy and action movies, marathons, commenting about food • Dislikes: Slow internet • Reach me at:  Instagram: renaldigondosubroto  Email:
  3. 3. Kevin Ashton’s definition of IoT • In the twentieth century, computers were brains without senses—they only knew what we told them. That was a huge limitation: there is many billion times more information in the world than people could possibly type in through a keyboard or scan with a barcode. In the twenty-first century, because of the Internet of Things, computers can sense things for themselves. It’s only been a few years, but we already take networked sensors for granted. One example is GPS-based location sensing. Civilian GPS was first authorized by congress in 2000, and the GPS systems in cellphones were not tested until 2004. Yet it’s already hard to imagine a world without GPS: it helps us find our way around. In the imminent future, it will enable things like self-driving cars, which will give us back the 20 days a year we spend doing nothing but driving, will save 40,000 lives a year in the U.S. alone, will reduce traffic and pollution, and will allow cities to grow without devoting as much land to roads.
  4. 4. What is the Internet of things? • The Internet of things (IoT) is the inter- networking of physical objects embedded with electronics, software, se nsors, actuators, and network connectivity which enable these objects to collect and exchange data.
  5. 5. The Four Pillars of Connectivity of IoT, hence the concept of “smart” WSN RFID SCADA M2M IoT
  6. 6. Process of the Connection Hub Access Point Internet (Cloud)
  7. 7. Now, onto Joomsiness
  8. 8. Two Devices to Look at • Arduino • Raspberry Pi
  9. 9. Comparison between Raspberry Pi and Arduino • More processes at one time vs one process at one time • RPi relatively more ‘professional’ but costs more than the Arduino • Linux vs Free Platform
  10. 10. Charles Joomla – Great Expectations • The layout of the website • As an intermediary for the IoT concept
  11. 11. Pay Attention! The Key To the part 1 practical: AWS Architecture
  12. 12. Levels of Quality in QoS • QoS 0 – Fire and Forget • QoS 1 – Message delivered more than once with acknowledgement (At least once) • QoS 2 – Safest and slowest, two flows (Once only)
  13. 13. See the Picture Below for Title of Slide
  14. 14. MQTT Broker Client • Connect • Subscribe • Publish Broker • Connack • Suback • Puback
  15. 15. Subscription Topics • topic/tempdata/temperature
  16. 16. Practical Part 1 – Get your head in, not out of the Cloud
  17. 17. Practical Part 2 – Webtalk
  18. 18. The Future of Joomla in the World of IoT? • Security (Mirai Botnet) • Business – The Problem of Simplicity • Architecture Management for Joomla • Data analytics
  19. 19. The Equation of Today’s (and the future’s) Thinking
  20. 20. The Potential of Joomla’s Market Growth
  21. 21. Joom-oT Maybe? • IoT being a well-known concept • Industrial applications (multi access-hop) • Healthcare • Smart Joomla