Port MySensors to Edison platform
This project is an example of Ethernet IO board.
User can manage sensors easily by using Edison platform through Web.
This project would be included in IoT category of WIZnet Museum.
-. WIZnet WIZ811MJ
-. Intel Edison
MySensors (http://mysensors.org) is a community built around an easy to use IoT library. This library supports multiple sensors and actuators in any environment using low cost RF interfaces. It currently supports Arduino, Arduino Due, and ESP2866, as well as dozens of sensors and actuators. It is intended to be used for beginner hobbyists, although advanced engineers will find usefulness in its robust communication capability.
As this project is well suited for very small embedded AVRs, such as the Arduino mini pro, there are certainly opportunities and needs for much more sophisticated controllers, such as the Kinetis FlexIO. In particular, one component of a typical MySensors network is a gateway device which provides a communications bridge between the RF network and an automation controller (such as OpenHab, domoticz, etc). There are also opportunities in combining several sensors and actuators in one node where increased I/O and computational power may be required (weather station, multiroom IoT node, etc).
This goal of this project is to port the MySensors library core to the Edison IoT platform. This includes bringing the ported code into the main MySensors core distribution (possibly completed post contest end). The code will be shared on Github using the current MySensors license (open source). As a test harness for the port, I’ll be building an MQTT client gateway for my own MySensors installation.
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