The M2M Industry Working Group is working on setting up a demonstrator of the technologies that are being developed under its umbrella.
It has been decided to go with the use case of a connected greenhouse, reporting its status (temperature, humidity, luminosity) and being controllable (turning artificial lighting on/off).
Demonstrator hardware setup
- a table top green-house
- an Arduino UNO : http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardUno for sensor acquisition
- a light sensor : http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/grove-light-sensor-p-746.html?cPath=25_27
- a moisture sensor : http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/grove-moisture-sensor-p-955.html?cPath=25_27
- a temperature sensor http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/grove-temperature-sensor-p-774.html?cPath=25_27
- a servo for opening the greenhouse http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/emax-9g-es08a-high-sensitive-mini-servo-p-760.html?cPath=39_41
- a Raspberry Pi : http://www.raspberrypi.org/faqs for running Mihini and communicating with the m2m.eclipse.org server
Using the demonstrator for showcasing commercial products build with Eclipse M2M technology
The members of the Working Group are welcome to use the same setup for showcasing their commercial products based on the Eclise M2M projects, and promoting the interoperability of their solutions.
- connect the Raspberry Pi based greenhouse to your commercial server product using MQTT or M3DA
- promote an implementation of the greenhouse using your commercial embedded framework but connect it to the public m2m.eclipse.org broker (M3DA or MQTT)