How to Generate a Coverage Map with MultiTech mDot and Reactive Blocks

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We have made a recipe with step-by-step instructions on how you can use Reactive Blocks to make a ready to run Java application that produces a coverage map to test the MultiTech mDot Box.  The mDot Box is a battery-powered handheld device with lots of sensors, including GPS, and that communicates using  LoRa.Messages from the mDoT are sent to a MultiTech Conduit board, a progammable LoRa gateway …

Real-Time System Design with Reactive Blocks and JaimacaVM

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Together with aicas GmbH we have put together a concept paper that highlights the possibilities of visual real-time programming. Aicas provides the JamaicaVM, a hard real-time, deterministic runtime environment. The combination with the automated Java code generation of Reactive Blocks supports an intuitive design of event-driven hard real-time systems. Model-driven development of real-time applications empowers both domain experts and advanced programmers. While programmers …

Kura Application from Scratch

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We made a new screencast showing how you can build a Kura application that collects sensor data and sends it to the Eurotech Everyware cloud. The application runs on Raspberry Pi and can be installed, started and stopped from the Kura Web-console. You will see step by step how to connect existing building blocks and how to improve your system …

Secure IoT communication with Intel Edison, Amazon IoT and Reactive Blocks

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Secure and trusted communication is important in your IoT devices to build customer trust (to avoid FUD) and pull ahead of your competitors. Secure and trusted communication is nothing you can build into your devices and applications afterwards, it needs to be part of the original design. We have made an example system with Reactive Blocks to demonstrate how you can add …

IoT Programming for the Holidays

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Need an indoor project for the Holidays? How about using some of your free time to get up to speed on IoT Reactive Blocks programming. If you are a beginner, a fun place to start is to follow the instructions to make an application that uses a usb or built-in camera to detect motion in the room.  Maybe you can use …