Do you create Internet of Things (IoT) smart devices? Share your opinions with Intel.

Intel Corporation is looking for people who are creating the future of Internet of Things (IoT) like Fog, Edge Computing, Intelligent Gateways, and other smart devices to share their thoughts about what it takes to create the future of Internet of Things (IoT).  The promise of IoT is tremendous, but what does it take to make IoT devices real?  

How are you creating the future of IoT devices today?  We invite you to share your perspectives on this important topic by using your iPhone or Android device to participate in a mobile research study.  If you are a tried and true IoT professional who is creating smart devices, go to https://participate.dscout.com/opportunities/6adf8e28fb63 and apply now.  We'll ask you about your work today, what works at work, what doesn't, and what you envision in the future! 
 
For this study, we will use dscout, a well-respected mobile research tool that is secure, private, and easy for you to use.  You will need to download the dscout app for iPhone (4s or newer) or Android (running 4.1 or newer).  You can delete the app from your phone at the end of the study.  Complete the study and get $250. 
 
Note: we will ask you take photos or create videos, if you work in a setting where such is prohibited, don’t worry.  We will provide you with alternatives (for example, snag a picture of something similar off the internet) that will pass legal and security scrutiny.

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  • Hi.

    We recently created an IoT Data Logger for solving our own on premises problem. 

    Optimizing power consumption has been a problem for us in the past.

    For this purpose, one of our developers took the initiative to construct a Data Logger using a WEMOS D1 mini.

    The purpose of this IoT project was to:

    • Monitor power consumption at the premises.
    • Identify data patterns and use it to reduce utility costs.
    • To eliminate any redundant power consumption.

    List of Components Used

    • WEMOS D1 Mini Development Board (Includes ESP8266 WiFi Module)
    • Burden Resistor 33 ohm
    • 4051 Multiplexer for the purpose of extending the analog inputs for reading 3 phases
    • 1 LED
    • 10K Resistor
    • PICAXE-SOCKET

    WEMOS D1 mini as the Wi-fi capable development board with 4MB flash based on ESP-8266EX.

    We used Thingspeak for the purpose of data logging, tracking & updating data.

    It’s an open source IoT analytics service which allows you to have a dashboard for analyzing live data streams in the cloud, coming through your IoT device.

    Basic Circuit Diagram




    Data Monitoring Device



    Let us know what you really think :smile: Here's the link to the full story: 

    http://www.alliedc.com/iot-data-logger-using-wemos-d1-mini-esp8266-wifi-module/

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