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Internet of Things Gateways

Smart Things

Smart Things is a group of devices which can be monitored and controlled via hub and web services.

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Twine

Twine is an inexpensive, customizable little box that can be rigged to monitor your home for various changes or actions, and alert you when they happen.

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Electric Imp

While Ninja Blocks has an actual finished and usable product, Electric Imp is more of a platform to add wireless communications to devices by using a SD-card like chip. They’re targeting mainly manufacturers and geeks so they can implement cool things with it. The is an Hannah Development Board from smARtMAKER. Costs around 45 USD.

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Ubi (voice control)

The ubiquitous computer, or Ubi, is a small Android powered computer with built-in sensors that is controlled and activated entirely by voice commands. Costs 215 USD.

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ivee (voice control)

ivee Sleek is a Wi-Fi Voice-Activated Assistant for the home that helps you manage and control your connected devices without any hands.

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Ninja Blocks

Ninja Blocks is basically an Arduino compatible board packed inside a nice ninja enclosure and coupled with a bunch of external wireless sensors. You can then use their cloud-based platform to trigger events based on rules with the data collected from these sensors. Costs 199 EUR.

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System Overview

Clients

Sensors (Installation)

Ninja Blocks Drivers

Modules are now known as Drivers

Interesting Ninja Blocks Drivers

Z-Wave support

Coding

Webhooks

Hardware hacking

Ninja Cloud

Connected services

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