internet of things

Open Source Bridge interview with Rabimba Karanjai
Rabimba Karanjai will give a talk at this year's Open Source Bridge about using old smartphones as IoT devices.
0 comments Posted 13 Jun 2016 by Benjamin Kerensa Feed
Getting started with Node-RED
Node-RED is a browser-based flow editor that lets users wire together hardware devices, APIs, and online services in new and interesting ways.
0 comments Posted 18 May 2016 by Luis Pinto Feed
Netbeast: A cross-platform tool for the Internet of Things
Netbeast is an open source platform for developing Internet of Things (IoT) applications for appliances and other devices.
0 comments Posted 6 May 2016 by Luis Pinto Feed
houses and cars
The openHAB open source automation platform is designed to use a pluggable architecture, which means new devices and protocols can be added easily. We explain how to get started with this cool automation software.
3 comments Posted 22 Apr 2016 by D Ruth Bavousett Feed
IoT Devices
The Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly changing the way we interact with the world around us. A whole host of devices are becoming smarter, more connected, and better able to anticipate our needs. Whether in the form of wearables, home automation, connected cars, or business asset tracking, every... Read more
2 comments Posted 27 Jan 2016 by (Red Hat) Feed
Ericsson researchers are experimenting with ways to bring cars into the Internet of Things.
1 comment Posted 3 Nov 2015 by Guillaume Laforge Feed
Gadgets and open hardware
Tinkerer Michelle Leonhart shares how she tracks her hamsters' activity levels with a Raspberry Pi.
12 comments Posted 28 Oct 2015 by Michelle Leonhart Feed
Open hardware words in neon
Chelsea Moll tells us about SparkFun's new IoT-inspired video series.
0 comments Posted 27 Oct 2015 by Chelsea Moll Feed
Red Hat's Burr Sutter previews his All Things Open talk.
2 comments Posted 16 Oct 2015 by Jen Krieger (Red Hat) Feed
Learn more about Rosaria Silipo, KNIME, and the upcoming talk at OSCON.
0 comments Posted 11 Jul 2015 by Nicole C. Engard Feed