IBM is actively thinking about hardwares for DIY IoT projects. Here is Limited Budget Hardware For Internet of Things DIY Projects Guide. You probably should know about few things before thing around Internet of Things. There is really no limit on the needed hardware list. But with a minimum budget within $10 to $100, you can actually create something which is really worthy. We have written about Raspberry Pi monitoring tool for Rackspace Cloud Servers, that is kind of really working example of efforts.
Hardware For Internet of Things DIY Projects : What You Should Now
We expect that you know about this following topics. If you do not know, open the hyperlinks and at least read from our website :
- What is Internet of Things
- Why Internet of Things does not mean wearable stuffs
- Protocols related to Internet of Things
- IEEE Standards around Internet of Things
- Why Hybrid Cloud is Door to Internet of Things
- What basic things you need for Arduino related electronics DIY project
- What is the difference between Arduino Board and Raspberry Pi Board
These are somewhat enough to start with, but you need to read the linked guides on the articles. If administer a server, then definitely you can do the things a bit easily than the others except the professionals.
Hardware For Internet of Things DIY Projects
Arduino and Raspberry Pi are not only boards. There are lot of other boards. Pinoccio ( pinocc.io) is such a project. BeagleBone Black Board ( beagleboard.org ) another such project. We are telling you some other projects, it can happen that you are not aware about them. Nanode ( nanode.eu ) is another project, IBM and IBM BlueMix is blowing the competitors with both hardware and software, you can look at these URLs :
After looking at the webpages if you read our review about IBM BlueMix, you’ll understand what exactly we wanted to tell. What one Rackspace developer did for Rackspace Cloud Servers, IBM practically took the idea to hardware level.
There is another board from WeIO ( we-io.net ), Esprinuo ( espruino.com ) offers another type of things. There are lot of companies with lot of offerings focused towards Internet of Things DIY projects. Rascal. Heard about Rascal?