BlueLab IoT, a Universal Software Platform for IoT Data Acquisition Devices

Vitor Vaz da Silva

Abstract


Physical devices with different sensors and sampling rates distributed over several unrelated locations need to store their values over time. Applications that need the result of a set of sensors must access their data. A common and simple interface within the physical devices, monitoring stations, to store data on a database is needed; as also a simple and common retrieval interface for any application that only shows the data as it is or processes it into higher levels of significance. BlueLab IoT is a platform with libraries and an interface application to aid that development; a working implementation is provided.

Keywords


IoT, database, station, device, storage, monitoring

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