How to access QIoT Suite Lite debug log?

How to access QIoT Suite Lite debug log?

How to access QIoT Suite Lite debug log? In this FAQ, we will introduce you how to access QIoT Suite Lite debug log when some error happened. You can download this debug log and transfer it to QNAP technical service engineer for solving your problem.   If you can log in to QIoT Suite Lite successfully then you may follow the steps to download log: In QIoT Suite Lite page > click> click “About” Click “Download debug log“ Transfer “qiotdebug.tar.gz” file to QNAP technical service engineer    If you can not…

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How to record QIoT Suite Lite data in QVR Pro

How to record QIoT Suite Lite data in QVR Pro

How to record QIoT Suite Lite data in QVR Pro? In this tutorial, you will learn how to configure QIoT Suite Lite and QVR Pro to record QIoT Suite Lite data and display them in QVR Pro.   Setting QVR Pro Open Metadata Vault in QVR Pro. You can find it by searching for “Metadata“. Click “Add Data Source” Enter a name and description for the data source. Click “Apply” when finished. Metadata URLs will be created and displayed. Copy them, and click “Finish“. In the Data Source List, go…

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How to install Seeed Studio Wio Link Server in QNAP NAS?

How to install Seeed Studio Wio Link Server in QNAP NAS?

How to install Seeed Studio Wio Link Server in QNAP NAS? In this tutorial, you will learn how to install Seeed Studio Wio Link Server in QNAP NAS. Currently, only support x86 & ARMv7 models to use this function. According to different NAS models, there are two different establishments: Install Wio Link Server in Container Station x86 ARMv7 Wio Link Server IP setting Wio Link APP setting   1. Install Wio Link Server in Container Station Ensure you already installed QNAP Container Station before starting this function. x86 NAS model…

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Object detection demo by using QNAP AWS Greengrass, QIoT Suite Lite & QuAI

Object detection demo by using QNAP AWS Greengrass, QIoT Suite Lite & QuAI

Object detection demo by using QNAP AWS Greengrass, QIoT Suite Lite & QuAI In this tutorial, you will learn how to use QNAP AWS Greengrass, QIoT Suite Lite & QuAI to do object detection doem. Prepare: AWS Account Raspberry Pi USB webcam There are two Scenario: Scenario 1 Camera –> AWS Greengrass IoT device –> AWS Greengrass Core –> QIoT Suite Lite –> QuAI –> AWS Greengrass Core Lambda –> AWS Cloud –> AWS S3 bucket Step 1. Prepare AWS Greengrass Core Go to APP Center > Install AWS Greengrass Setup…

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Tanibox: A Smart Agriculture for Sustainable Food System.

Tanibox: A Smart Agriculture for Sustainable Food System.

  What is TANIBOX? Tanibox is a Indonesia startup company, aim at developing sustainable food system, which combines blockchain and Internet of Things to empower food and agricultural supply chain within a transparent, secure, profitable and sustainable cooperative ecosystem.   Problems Farmers Usually Have There are several problems farmers usually have. First, they are unable to identify their real production costs and budgets.Second, the agronomic risks, such as climate, pest, disease, and irrigation is incapable to be predicted. Third, not monitoring the exact water and fertilizer needs of their crops….

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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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What is NAS? QNAP online resources guideline

What is NAS? QNAP online resources guideline

Have you heard of NAS? For those who are accustomed to using the cloud service, the free space such as Google Drive and Dropbox is gradually exhausted under uncontrolled use. Meanwhile, the China cloud service, such as 360 and Baidu, also suspended services or transform one by one. Even the Amazon, officially canceled the storage plan for unlimited space, and charged for the amount of space. While users are struggling to move in the cloud, it also shows the advantages of NAS. Although the initial stage of building a NAS…

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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 – 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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