This talk is scheduled for 11:15 - 12:20 in the FMZ Präsentationsraum as part of the IoT Day.
Since 2012 openSCADA, the predecessor to Eclipse SCADA, is used at E.ON for monitoring and control of solar, wind and biomass plants. During that time new features got implemented as requested by the customer and we upgraded the whole stack from the existing openSCADA base to the newest Eclipse SCADA release.
This presentation will show how to simply build an appstore for your IOT Gateway (or for that matter your fridge, your drone or your router).
It will explain how applications can be delivered in a simple and secure manner and let end user reconfigure or add new functionalities to their IOT Gateways in a click!
Java enables an open and standards-based IoT platform that seamlessly integrates devices with enterprise applications.
This session provides an overview of developing IoT and Embedded solutions on Java using Zulu Embedded and Eclipse Kura OSGi stack. Zulu Embedded is fully certified, 100% open source Java SE platform based on OpenJDK optimized for embedded devices, M2M , and IoT. Since Zulu Embedded is based on 100% open source, all the costs associated with traditional embedded Java licensing are eliminated.
Software updates for embedded edge devices or the more powerful controllers and gateways is a core IoT process that is needed in most IoT scenarios.
However, rolling out software updates in an IoT landscape brings lots of challenges to the table. You have to cover a load of functional and non functional requirements. The software update process is the one that shall never fail and also never be compromised as it can fix in theory close to any issue on the device and at the same time is the greatest security threat to it.
relayr is an innovative Berlin-based startup that helps businesses quickly build and deploy IoT solutions. They offer a complete solution of hardware, SDKs and cloud solutions that makes heavy use of MQTT and Eclipse Paho. In this talk, relayr will discuss how they integrate MQTT from end-to-end from front-end to cloud and why MQTT is important to building an interoperable agnostic cloud environment.
This session includes the following lightning talks:
The IoT Day morning schedule is different from the rest of the conference. See the IoT Theme Day page for the detailed agenda.
Below is the list of morning sessions.
After the standardization of MQTT 3.1.1 at OASIS was completed in 2014, the work of the technical committee did not end there. The brief for 3.1.1 was to reach consensus with the minimum amount of changes from 3.1, so that a standard could be published promptly. That left a raft of suggestions for improvements to be considered at a later date.
In order to move the connected home to the next level, over the last three years Deutsche Telekom has built an open connected home platform, under the name QIVICON. It was successfully launched in Germany in late 2013 and is now available internationally as a white label solution, and a foundation for multiple connected home initiatives. QIVICON is based on the Eclipse SmartHome project.