IOT curry prepared with Eclipse and Edison
Eclipse IOT provides an umbrella of projects addressing various needs on the domain. An overview of Eclipse Kura introducing this light weight OSGi container and its capabilities will help find the attendees a familiar footing in IOT domain. Apache Camel can be leveraged to provide an abstraction and easy to follow widely used Enterprise Integration Patterns. Used in conjunction with Eclipse Paho will allow developers to easily route the messages over MQTT. An integration with Apache ActiveMQ instance will just complete this IOT curry. This will take the attendees through a range of IOT project yet keep up in the flow.
A demonstration will made with Intel Edison IOT kit showing all these in action.
Outline/structure of the Session
Overview of Eclipse IOT projects
Eclipse Kura, Apache Camel, Eclipse Paho and Apache ActiveMq - overview and their integration with each other
A live demo with Intel Edison IOT kit demonstrating these technologies. The live demo will cover
- Deploying Eclipse Kura over Intel Edison (with Groove Environment Sensor Kit)
- How to start and debug the framework. Where to find the logs
- Deploying Apache Camel over Eclipse Kura
- What problems will you face and what Apache documentation won't cover (mismatching dependencies). And how to troubleshoot them
- Making use of Eclipse Paho MQTT client over Apache Camel. Catching the 'devil in the details'. What problems may arise and how to troubleshoot
- Proving everything works with Apache ActiveMQ and Sensors (Simple LED, Light detecting sensor and few others)
- Bonus: How to make this Eclipse stack interact with Arduino Sketches (Why? Some sensors like NFC don't have Java libraries)
A familiarity with Eclipse IOT projects
How to troubleshoot as one goes on integrating them
IOT enthusiasts and developers
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