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3 Posts authored by: Frederick Vandenbosch Top Member
In some previous posts, I first set up Bluetooth on the Beaglebone Black and then set up Node-Red to convert the Bluetooth data to MQTT messages. In this third post, I'll be using OpenHAB to receive the MQTT messages, process them and use them for notifications, trending, etc ...   OpenHAB  Installation  The installation of Java and OpenHAB is already covered in detail in one of my posts here on element14. The post can be found here: [AirCare] InTheAir - Week 5: openHAB and MQTT ...
In my previous post, I was able to retrieve data from the SensorTag 2.0 on the Beaglebone Black using command line tools such as "hcitool" and "gatttool". For this post, I'll be setting up Node-RED to collect the SensorTag data automatically and make it available for other applications to process or store.   Node-RED  What is Node-RED? Node-RED is a tool used to wire together different devices, APIs or online service in a visual way. The website is located at http:/
odered.org/and co ...
This post is part of my RoadTest review for the TI CC2650STK SimpleLink IoT SensorTag. As I plan to use the BeagleBoard for data collection, I thought I'd blog about how to get BLE to work on it first. Here we go ...   Preparing the BBB  Before we jump to setting up BLE on the BBB, we require an operational BBB with internet connection. The full setup of the BBB using Debian can be found in one of my earlier posts: [AirCare] InTheAir - Week 2: Preparing the Beaglebone Black   ...