[riot-users] List of sensor IoT standards
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Fri Oct 25 18:00:38 CEST 2019
for finding your (CoAP) resources in the first place you can install a
CoRE-RD  server on your Raspberry Pi (e.g. the one provided with aiocoap
). With the `cord` module in RIOT your sensor nodes can then register to
their resources to that server.
I recently show-cased that in a demo (Hauke was presenting it on the
Am Fr., 25. Okt. 2019 um 17:10 Uhr schrieb Michael Richardson <
mcr at sandelman.ca>:
> Philipp Blum <philipp-blum at jakiku.de> wrote:
> > I have some devices which collect some data. A connected scale for
> > example. I am not really happy that all of these data are collect in
> > some "Cloud" application of some random provider. I even don't know
> > this provider still exists in 10 years. So, my idea: Why can't I use
> > local server (Rpi or something) and collect all my data there? All
> > devices are connected to this one Gateway. 6LoWPAN and RPL is perfect
> > for it. Just add BLE and you can connect all devices. So, I just
> > to know if there are some kinds of standards to make this as
> flexible as
> > possible. Specification how the data should look like and what
> > layer should be used? QUIC? etc.
> You are now alone.
> I too want that.
> I recommend you check out the IETF (IRTF actually), T2TRF, and look at the
> SENML specifications. It includes specifications for sending data,
> including dealing with questions about what units they are in.
> There are also various industry-specific consortia, but they tend to be
> closed and often terribly stupid.
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> ] Michael Richardson, Sandelman Software Works | IoT
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