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Tutorial: How to monitor and control your Notebook with Velisphere

Tutorial: How to monitor and control your Notebook with Velisphere
Notebook monitoring tutorial app in action, with dashboard shown

In this tutorial, we will build a little application to monitor some parameters of a Linux Notebook (CPU core temperature, HDD SMART health status, battery charge level for batteries #1 and #2) and control certain actions on your notebook (sleep mode, reboot, shutdown).

The entire code for this tutorial can be found on https://github.com/thomeudt/VelisphereClientSDK/tree/master/DemoNotebookBatterySensor

Why try Velisphere

Why try Velisphere

Velisphere provides a middleware layer as well as a web based, „responsive design“ user interface for data communication within and management of the internet of things.

When we started to work on Velisphere, we concluded that the internet of things is limited by the general lack of standardization, which subsequently led to a closed „device-app-ecosystem“ that causes the need for the user to use a different app for each internet connected device and a lack of direct interaction between devices or services of different categories from different vendors.

Tutorial: How to build a multi-sensor device using a RaspberryPI and Phidgets

Tutorial: How to build a multi-sensor device using a RaspberryPI and Phidgets
Everything wired up

In this tutorial, we will turn a RaspberryPI into a multi-sensor device that connects to Velisphere allowing to track and analyze sensor data. In a later tutorial, we will expand on this setup by adding a relay than can be controlled via Velisphere rules. But let’s concentrate on building the sensor device first.

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