IoT Physical Components
IoT System Capabilities
Middleware / Analytics / Data
Note: For additional Products/Components used in this demo see bottom of this page.
|IoT Product Type||Product/Component||Vendor||Research or Procure This Product/Component|
|Gateway||NXP Utilite Standard Box||NXP||Contact NXP IoT Center|
|Temperature Sensor||Lascar USB Temperature Logger||MicroDAQ||Visit MicroDAQ Website|
|Electrical Meter||eGauge eg3000 Electric Meter||eGauge|
In online or phone order, please ask for
SeeControl Turnkey Part Number
|Current Transformer(s)||eGauge Current Transformers||eGauge||Visit eGauge Website|
|Connectivity / Messaging Middleware||SeeControl No Coding IoT Cloud Service||SeeControl||Get a live demo|
|Analytics||SeeControl No Coding IoT Cloud Service||SeeControl||Get a live demo|
|Data Visualization||SeeControl No Coding IoT Cloud Service||SeeControl||Get a live demo|
A simple temperature cloud-based sensing and electrical metering demo kit. It highlights an end-to-end IoT solution that you can acquire and customize via the SeeControl IoT Cloud Service:
NO CODING ANALYTICS ENGINE
NO CODING VISUALIZER
The SeeControl Cloud Service allows embedded systems engineers to quickly assemble scalable 3-tier web applications that collect, analyze and display systems data.
The service is drag and drop so you don't have to script or code to create a web app.
The Service natively supports the following IoT/M2M communication protocols:
There is additional support for vendor-specific communication stacks such as GE, CalAmp, Sierra Wireless, etc. Customers can also create their own device adapter using protocol and language of choice.
You can stream data to these data adapters at com2.seecontrol.com (there is nothing to view there) . We will give you a specific port range for each protocol/device type. For the demo hardware kit, the service is using simple yet secure HTTPs.
You can also send your data through a device API.
Once the data has been received by our system. You will use a data abstraction and mapping tool to define fields that are in the packets you are sending. For example, if you send a variable field called tmp_123 from a temperature sensor you will tell the SeeControl service that tmp_123 is a number and specifically a unit of measure called "Temperature" and then select whether Celsius or Fahrenheit. Once that is done, you can use the rest of the system to build a scalable web app, typically in 1-2 days depending on how complex your solution needs to be.
To see the full range of interfaces available for visualizaing IoT data and managing devices/process, you can log in to:
This account only shows the visualization output, not the tools used to collect and process data.
To try out the whole toolset, please acquire a full demo kit. The demo kit includes a cloud account that you can connect to the sample connectivity and sensor items listed below (or any hardware/system you would like to try out).
Full Listing of Products/Components
Note: For full listing or additional information for Products/Components used in this demo see "This Demo's IoT Highlights" and "Additional Products/Components" in the left hand column of this page. Note: If you aren't viewing this demo in the IoT Center, please use below link to access the full description in the IoT Center:
System Block Diagram
Hardware Kit & Data Flow Diagram