On the Thursday of May 17, 2018, ON Semiconductor held the IIoT Application Program Technical Seminar at NTUT. It invited not only the MakerPro to introduce its experience and application of ON IDK development, but also QNAP to share how to apply QBoat Sunny on IoT.
The QBoat Sunny is a dedicated single-board Internet of Things (IoT) mini server for IoT developers, measuring only 12cm x 12cm (without heatsink), and provides high expandability for connecting almost any type of IoT application. Besides, rule engine criteria and subsequent actions can be processed locally for you to create a small-scale/private IoT application with minimal costs. The QBoat Sunny can also reduce bandwidth and cloud processing costs of large scale/public IoT solutions by using it as a fog computing server/gateway to filter and relay data to public clouds.
QNAP once cooperated with Lai Chien-Hung to organize the “Ocean Fox” team to participate 2018 Fishackathon. With the monitoring system “Formosan salmon submarine sampling system”, they won the appraisal and the championship.
AfoBot is another display of this exhibition.Its mobile application – AfoTalk, allow you can always check up on your family with just one button press. AfoBot is also a great life assistant for your elderly family members. You can set up daily reminders for: measuring blood pressure, blood sugar, doctor’s appointments, taking medicine, exercises, gatherings and more. Besides,it can support many mainstream entertainment applications, including KKBOX and others.
The QNAP team demonstrated how these two products can be applied into Internet of Things on the spot. As you can see, QBoat Sunny was connected to Openhab (Open Smart Home Platform) and Philips smart light bulbs. Finally, we can fully control the luminosity of the light bulb through AfoBot.
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