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What do you need for this simulation? Read from a list below:
The IBM Quickstart service is your first step into IoT simulations. Quickstart uses a simulated device that mimics a smart thermostat in real life. It has different controls for temperature, humidity, and object temperature that you can change in real-time. These values are read by the Quickstart service to display the data coming from the device.
Click pulsating numbers 1 and 2 to see more information.
Everything is being wired up or connected wirelessly. Architecture, energy efficient sensing, secure networks, quality of service, new protocols, participatory sensing, data mining, GIS based visualization, cloud computing, and international activities. It simply means that powerful information will be at our fingertips.
This project uses only simulated devices and is a perfect task as a first IoT project. Follow the steps and surely you will be able to do this task.
This works best by using the first device to control the sensor and the second device to view the data.
How can you do it?
There are three different simulated sensors:
You can see the different sensors' data by clicking the names at the bottom of the Quickstart page.
This is how data from smart devices is collected in real life and the same exercise could be done with a real smart thermostat.