IoT Toulouse meetup #1 Videos

Arduino pour l’Internet des Objets

Du prototypage rapide avec Arduino au premier prototype industriel

Introduction à MQTT

2 great IoT events in Toulouse this week

We have to great IoT events in Toulouse this week!

IoT Toulouse meetup

The recently created IoT Toulouse meetup group will have its first event tomorrow, Tuesday 13.

Premier meetup IoT Toulouse !

Tuesday, May 13, 2014, 6:00 PM

TIC Valley
425 Rue Jean Rostand

49 Members Attending

Venez nombreux au premier meetup de ce groupe nouvellement créé, le mardi 13 mai en fin d’après midi !Au programme de cette première édition :• Utiliser la plateforme Arduino pour l’Internet des Objets, par Frédéric Jourdan.• Introduction au protocole MQTT, par Julien Vermillard.• Du prototypage rapide avec Arduino au premier prototype indust…

Check out this Meetup →

There are already 50 participants who plan to join, and learn more about the following topics:

  • Using the Arduino to develop IoT solutions
  • MQTT
  • From an Arduino prototype to a first industrial prototype

We will have some cool gadgets too (wireless Arduino shields, robots, …) so the meetup will also be a good opportunity to do some fun hacking 🙂
You still have time to register… see you tomorrow?! 🙂

Internet des Objets – du concept à la pratique

Flyer_IoT_2014-05-15

LAAS and INSA teamed up to organize a great day of conferences and workshops on Thursday 15.
I am especially looking forward to learn more about Eclipse OM2M thanks to the different sessions around it during the day, and also to finally get a chance to experiment with the Intel Galileo boards. Check out the program!

I hope to see you at one of these events, let me know if you plan on attending!

Turning a toy robot into an IoT device with Eclipse technologies

The Rapiro is a nice open-hardware robot, controlled by an Arduino and a Raspberry Pi.

Earlier this week, I decided that he’d be nice if I could run Eclipse Orion directly on the robot, allowing me to write an app that would bridge the Rapiro to the Internet (there’s a WiFi dongle attached to the RaspberryPi so the robot does have Internet access), using MQTT.

I wrote about my experience in this blog post at Element14, so check it out! If you’re more interested in the final result, you may just want to check out the video below 🙂

Oh, and when I say it’s open-hardware, it really is: the 3D models of all the part of the robot are now on Thingiverse, so you are actually free to 3D-print your own version of the robot!

Eclipse, Open Source for the Internet of Things, and other random stuff