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Build Interoperable Smart City Applications Effortlessly

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This webinar is a hands-on tutorial to use SensorThings API SDKs (e.g., SensorThings Arduino SDK, SensorThings Chart SDK and SensorThings Browser) and develop an end-to-end smart city application with minimum coding efforts. Source codes available on SensorUp GitHub: https://github.com/SensorUp/Webinars/tree/master/2016-08-25-Build-Interoperable-Smart-Cities-Effortlessly

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Build Interoperable Smart City Applications Effortlessly

  1. 1. #4: Build Interoperable Smart City Applications Effortlessly Dr. Steve Liang, Ph.D., P.Eng. Founder and CEO, SensorUp Inc. Associate Professor, University of Calgary Click here for webinar recording Click here for source codes
  2. 2. About Dr. Steve Liang ๏ Editor of the OGC SensorThings API standard ๏ Professor and Entrepreneur
  3. 3. About SensorUp ๏ We are the reference implementation of OGC SensorThings API.
  4. 4. What will be covered in this webinar series Sense Your Smart City: Connect Environmental Sensors to SensorThings API Visualize Your Smart City: Build a Real-Time Smart City Dashboard for SensorThings API Analyze Your Smart City: Build Sensor Analytics with SensorThings API Build Interoperable Smart City Applications Effortlessly
  5. 5. making invisible visible…. RH: 55 % Temp: 18 Celsius Wind speed and direction: 34 km/h - East PM 2.5: 5.5 ug/m3 Radiation: 0.48 µSv/day Soil moisture: 45% Precipitation: 40mm # of deers passing: 12 per day
  6. 6. Where do you want your dev time spent? integrate different data from different sensors? develop useful applications? or
  7. 7. OGC SensorThings High-Chart and Data- Table (HCDT) Library http://www.sensorup.com/sensorthings-high-chart- and-data-table-hcdt/
  8. 8. #1 SensorThings Arduino SDK
  9. 9. GitHub https://github.com/SensorUp/Webinars
  10. 10. What do you need? + •Arduino IDE •LinkIt ONE board •Any sensor* * today we use Grove DHT22 and a Grove Arduino Shield http://scratchpad.sensorup.com
  11. 11. If you are interested in testing our library, email us. info@sensorup.com
  12. 12. We will be using our Calgary air quality sensors’ data for today’s tutorial. http://example.sensorup.com/v1.0
  13. 13. #2: SensorThings Chart SDK
  14. 14. If you are interested in testing our library, email us. info@sensorup.com
  15. 15. #3: SensorThings Browser
  16. 16. Steve will be in Korea and Spain in the next two weeks teaching SensorThings. Benicassim, SpainSeoul, Korea
  17. 17. Enjoy the rest of your summer…

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