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Here’s a brief note on NetLogo, which can be described as a multi-agent programmable modelling environment. It is widely used by teachers, students and …

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The Internet of Things (IoT) extends from a single constrained device to a whole range of cloud systems, all connected by a set of …

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This article uses the RPi.GPIO Python package to introduce Raspberry Pi GPIO programming. The GPIO package bundled with Raspbian is aimed at Raspberry Pi …

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SiteWhere delivers a complete management system to help users avoid per device charges by SaaS operators. It connects devices using MQTT, AMQP, STOMP and …

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Kaa is a multi-purpose middleware platform for the Internet of Things that allows building complete end-to-end IoT solutions, connected applications, and smart products. Kaa …

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The Beaglebone Black is a low-power open source single-board computer. eMMC is short for ‘embedded multi media controller’ which refers to a package integrating …

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This article is a tutorial on writing your own bootsector. It is a good exercise in understanding how the bootsector works and trying your …

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Piwik is a free and open source analytics platform which provides 100 per cent data ownership, is highly customisable, and protects user privacy. Data …

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The Internet of Things (IoT), because of its inherent nature, requires certain features in the databases associated with it. This article gives a tiny …

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InfluxData is used when IoT deployments require the support of data from a large number, say thousands, of sensors. This data can be collected, …

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