How to use Dashboard (After updating QIoT Suite Lite from v1.1.1 to v1.1.2) ?

How to use Dashboard (After updating QIoT Suite Lite from v1.1.1 to v1.1.2) ?

In this tutorial you will learn how to use new method “QBroker” node to import data to Dashboard after updating QIoT Suite Lite from v1.1.1 to v1.1.2. Users can choose to import  data from the Rule Engine “QBroker” node. There are two methods to use QBroker:  Importing data from thing resource or importing data from the rule engine:   Mwthod1. Importing data from thing resource Go to Dashboard Click “Edit” Add a new pane Click   and select widget type Enter information. In “Value” choose your thing resource (e.g., qiotsupported_<resource_name>) Click…

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How to use QIoT Suite Lite Historic Chart Widget of dshboard?

How to use QIoT Suite Lite Historic Chart Widget of dshboard?

In this tutorial, your will learn how to use QNAP QIoT Historic Chart Widget of dshboard. Add a QBroker node in Rule engine and set up data. Please refer to “How to use Dashboard (After updating QIoT Suite Lite from v1.1.1 to v1.1.2) ?“. Add a inject node and set up repeat time; add a QHistoricData node and set up parameters (See Figure 1, 2) then connect QHistoricData node (See Figure 3), inject node and Qbroker node together. As below: Go to Dashboard, add a QIoT Historic Chart widget and…

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How to use Jupyter Notebook via JupyterHub

How to use Jupyter Notebook via JupyterHub

In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Jupyter Notebook via JupyterHub, and run an example code.   Step 1: Install JupyterHub and open the Notebook server JupyterHub can be installed from the QTS App Center. Launch and log in to JupyterHub. Click the switch from Off to “On” to start the Notebook server. The interface will appear as following: “Running”: Check started instances “Upload”: Upload local files to the server “New”: Open a new Notebook, terminal or folder “Admin”: Switch to the admin page (administrator accounts only) Sign…

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AI EXPO 2018: QNAP Showcases Full-throttle NAS and AI Solutions

AI EXPO 2018: QNAP Showcases Full-throttle NAS and AI Solutions

QNAP showcased its cutting-edge network-attached storage and AI (Artificial Intelligence) innovations at AI EXPO, which has taken place from April 4th, 2018 to April 6th, 2018 at Tokyo Big Sight (Tokyo International Exhibition Center) in Japan. Visitors to QNAP’s booth No.1-7 at AI EXPO discovered NAS and AI solutions designed to accelerate deployment of AI and machine-learning​ applications, including AfoBot and the TS-1277.   AfoBot: QNAP’s first video companion robot AfoBot is a companion robot designed for family and home assistance, and is powered by an Android™ 6-based operating system…

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QuAI realizes a healthcare AI diagnostic system, improving diagnostic accuracy and efficiency!

QuAI realizes a healthcare AI diagnostic system, improving diagnostic accuracy and efficiency!

Background: From information to knowledge For the past 14 years, QNAP has been focusing on creating better storage solutions, and redefining Network-attached Storage (NAS) through constant product innovation. In 2018, QNAP launched the QuAI artificial intelligence software development platform. This platform bestows high-capacity NAS systems with intelligent features, and allows data scientists and developers to create, train and optimize AI models on their QNAP NAS. AI case study: the greatest crossover between data scientists and doctors In February 2018, the QuAI team paid a visit to a renowned medical research…

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When QNAP meets IOT – LIGHTBLUE BEAN/BEAN+

When QNAP meets IOT – LIGHTBLUE BEAN/BEAN+

Today we are going to introduce the start kit of the LightBlue Bluetooth BLE solution from Punch Through. The two devices currently available are linked via BLE. Bean and Bean+ (Potato and Potato Evolution?) are all through a fundraising platform, and then through a series of research and development, production, testing, and finally mass production of products, basically placed at the end of last year to ship, probably also lasted for half a year . The biggest difference between Bean and Bean+ is that it supports the I/O and the…

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When QNAP meets IOT – PARTICLE PHOTON

When QNAP meets IOT – PARTICLE PHOTON

Particle has a complete open source IoT hardware and platform. Since 2013, it has first launched the CORTEX M3 IoT development board based on TI CC3000. The current series are: Particle Core Particle Photon Particle Electron Among them, Particle Electron is a development board based on 3G networking. Both Core and Photon use wifi as a connection. Particles, whether firmware, software or even hardware, are currently open source, and developers can download and customize their own IoT hardware and platforms: Particle Github Particle docs Particle Store First, to integrate Photon…

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ANDROID THINGS + NAS

ANDROID THINGS + NAS

Android recently launchs the preview version of Android Things when IoT is popular. Android Things is basically the same as mobile app, and it’s much more convenient for the Things Support Library to be used by developers. In the first time, test whether Android Things can connect to NAS and quickly render NAS IoT applications through Node-Red + Dashboard. Currently, the preview version of Android Things only supports 3 IoT development devices: Intel Edison NXP Pico i.MX6UL (Taiwan seems not easy to o buy this development board) Raspberry Pi 3…

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When QNAP meets IOT – QWEATHER STATION

When QNAP meets IOT – QWEATHER STATION

Have you ever thought about turning your NAS into a weather station? In fact, it is very easy. You only need to build a professional weather station at home by using Docker (or Container Station) built-in NAS. First, you need to prepare: Weather Station WH2080+ Display Panel + USB NAS (requires support for docker) Weather Station image for docker MQTT Server # docker run -t -i –cap-add=SYS_ADMIN –privileged –security-opt seccomp:unconfined -v /dev/bus/usb:/dev/bus/usb jarvischung/weather-station node /root/weather.js your-mqtt-server As depicting in the figure , the display panel of the WH2080 is inserted…

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Use LASS4U to monitor air quality on LASS4NAS via QNAP NAS

Use LASS4U to monitor air quality on LASS4NAS via QNAP NAS

Recently, PM 2.5 becomes a very popular issue. There are many products such like LASS4U, airbox and so on, to help us understand the influence of air pollution.  Among this, LASS (Location Aware Sensing System, http://lass-net.org/) , an open source and nonprofit “envirnment detecting system, can collect many meaningful data to monitor the quality of air. Besides,  Its hardware has better specification and completement. It can collect the data of CO2, temperature、humidity 、PM2.5, (PM1、PM10), and the touchscreen allows user to get the instant information without opening web page and application….

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