How to Use QBoat Sunny to build WiFi Applications

How to Use QBoat Sunny to build WiFi Applications

In this tutorial, we will use transfer information from DHT11 (connected to LinkIt 7697) to QBoat Sunny via HTTP. Then, the QIoT Suite Application will output the temperature every 30 seconds, and humidity every 60 seconds. What You’ll Need: QBoat Sunny Files used: Download Here MediaTek LinkIt 7697 DHT11 Temperature and Humidity Sensor AP Wireless Router Create and Setup QIoT Application Open QIoT Suite > IoT Applications > Import > select test.json Connect LinkIt 7697 Connect the DHT11 to LinkIt 7697. GND to GND VCC to 3V3 Signal to P3 Download and Install the Arduino IDE here Open dht11-wifi.ino in Arduino…

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How to Control QBoat Sunny via Voice Control

How to Control QBoat Sunny via Voice Control

In this tutorial, we will be using voice control to call upon the data generated by DHT11, with the help of QIoT Suite, an Ubuntu Container and Dialogflow (formerly api.ai). What You’ll Need: QBoat Sunny Microphone Speakers MediaTek LinkIt 7697 DHT11 Temperature and Humidity Sensor Container Station Files used: Download Here Create Container and Install Dependencies Create the Ubuntu container. Open Container Station > Create > Search for Ubuntu and Install/Create the LXCcontainer. Install the dependencies. SSH to the NAS. Instructions can be found here. Enter the following lines: $ lxc-container -n <container name> $ sudo apt update $ sudo apt install…

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How to Use Chatbot with QBoat Sunny

How to Use Chatbot with QBoat Sunny

In this tutorial, we will be using Chatfuel to control a light bulb by interacting with our chatbot in Facebook Messenger. What You’ll Need: QBoat Sunny QIoT Suite Lite MediaTek LinkIt 7697 Relay and Power Plug (Reference: Web Controlled Socket by Arduino by Laisan) AP Wireless Router Lightbulb Facebook Account Files used: Download Here Create and Setup QIoT Open QIoT Suite > IoT Applications > Import > select chatbot-light.json Open the uploaded QIoT Application. Navigate to the Rule tab. Create and Setup our Chatbot via Chatfuel Register or sign-in to Chatfuel using your Facebook account. Click Create from Template. Select Blank Bot. Click Connect. Select the page…

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How to Connect a Z-Wave Device to QIoT Container Station / OpenHAB Configurations

How to Connect a Z-Wave Device to QIoT Container Station / OpenHAB Configurations

Go into Inclusion-mode on your Z-Stick and add your desired Z-Wave device. We will be using the FGPB-101 Fibaro Button in this tutorial. Instructions for this step can be found in the Z-Stick manual. Plug your Z-Stick USB into your NAS. Connect to your NAS via SSH (instructions here). Enter insmod /usr/local/modules/cdc-acm.ko if cdc-acm.ko is already installed, you will see this message: Look for your Z-Stick device path by entering ls -al /dev/ttyACM* In our case, we have found /dev/ttyACM0 Change the permissions to allow read and write for everyone by entering chmod…

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How to use TensorFlow with Container Station?

How to use TensorFlow with Container Station?

How to use TensorFlow with Container Station? 1. About Chainer TensorFlow™ is an open source software library for numerical computation using data flow graphs. Nodes in the graph represent mathematical operations, while the graph edges represent the multidimensional data arrays (tensors) communicated between them.   2. Installing TensorFlow in Container Station 1. Assign GPUs to Container Station. a. Go to Control Panel > System > Hardware > Graphics Card. b. Under Resource Use, assign the GPUs to Container Station. c. Click Apply. 2. Open Container Station. 3. Use the correct…

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How to use PyTorch with Container Station?

How to use PyTorch with Container Station?

How to use PyTorch with Container Station? 1. About PyTorch PyTorch is a Python-based scientific computing package for those who want a replacement for NumPy to use the power of GPUs, and a deep learning research platform that provides maximum flexibility and speed.   2. Installing PyTorch in Container Station 1. Assign GPUs to Container Station. a. Go to Control Panel > System > Hardware > Graphics Card. b. Under Resource Use, assign the GPUs to Container Station. c. Click Apply. 2. Open Container Station. 3. Use the correct image…

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Using the Google Maps widget in QIoT Suite Lite

Using the Google Maps widget in QIoT Suite Lite

Using the Google Maps widget in QIoT Suite Lite From version 1.2.0, dashboards in QIoT Suite Lite can display the Google Maps widget. A Google Maps API Key is required to use the Google Maps widget. For more information, refer to: https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/maps-platform/building-for-scale-updates-to-google To obtain a Google Maps API Key, visit: https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/get-api-key   After obtaining your Google Maps API Key, go to the QIoT Suite Lite Dashboard page and: Click “Edit“ Click the map location icon Enter your Google Maps API Key Click “Save” If you receive an error that the…

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How to install HASS.IO in QNAP NAS?

How to install HASS.IO in QNAP NAS?

How to install HASS.IO in QNAP NAS? In this tutorial you will learn how to easily install HASS.IO in QNAP NAS. HASS. IO not only including Home Assistant software but increasing Plugin download installation, management web interface integrated into Home Assistant, etc. Compare to Home Assistant, HASS.IO increase more convenient function for user to use.   HASS.IO will be managed by using Docker system. The below tutorial will teach you how to use Docker in LXC to install HASS.IO. (You may refer to “How to install Docker (x86) in QNAP…

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[Learn] : How to setup the private server of App Inventor on QNAP

[Learn] : How to setup the private server of App Inventor on QNAP

This article is reproduced from CAVEDU education blog with permission.   App Inventor was originally  a sub-project from Google Lab, initiated by Google engineers and courageous users. It’s a completed  online Android programming environment, which uses the Blocks-based coding programs instead of complex codes. On January 1, 2012, Google Lab transfer this project to MIT Center for Mobile Learning for maintenance, and keep it free and open source.   It’s quite intuitive and convenient to develop a program from web browser via App Inventor. First, users need to design the UI/UX,…

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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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