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Category: Internet of Things

IoT WiFi Module – Dump the Data

The ESP8266 WiFi module from ESPRESSIF is a commonly used, low cost (less than 2 US$) WiFi module that exists in different PCB layouts. Often used for IoT projects and easily programmable using the Arduino IDE or with Mongoose OS and its web based IDE.  The ESP8266 modules are covered with a metal shield. Under the shield is a WiFi/CPU chip, […]

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IoT (in)security

IoT devices in the news have been proliferating at an ever-increasing rate. Both hardware manufacturers and news agencies are trying to capture the attention of the general public with the next killer device and/or application combinations. More recent IoT news items included analysis on the Mirai botnet [0] and its effect on the internet as a whole, […]

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Making of Compass bIOTech v1.0

The “Internet of Things” (IoT) grows quickly. More and more devices are connected to the Internet to automate tasks and simply life. Fridges automatically order milk, cars are taught to self-drive via a simple update and bridges send live updates about their structural integrity. According to Gartner’s 2016 Tech Trends, IoT will define the shape of tomorrow’s […]

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