The IoTe Project

IoTe (IoT Edge) is an Open Source IoT Gateway project. Collects telemetry from sensors scattered about, caches recent data for quick access and pushes data to application control logic and the cloud. IoTe also packs an embedded dashboard for easy control!

January 13, 2022
The IoT Hub is the center piece of the IoT project as gathers data, runs application logic. Provides an HTTP Server to serve up a Web App, REST API and Web sockets. This project is a Micro service written in Go, and is perfect for systems hackers, backend devs and full-stackers.
January 12, 2022
The dashboard is a responsive Web Application written with Vue to display historic and real time application data. The dashboard allows users to configure the application and switch connected relays. This is going to be of interest to reactive frontend devs and designers.
January 13, 2021
The Collection Stations are small battery powered wireless devices outfitted with environmental sensors. They collect and publish the data to the Hub for processing. This project is built with the esp32 micro-controller, C++ and embedded realtime operating system.
January 12, 2021
Cloud support extends the reach of the data globally allowing access to both real-time and historical datas from anywhere in the world. The cloud provides opertunities for global control and fleet management. This section is ideal for DevOps and SRE types.
April 1, 2022
Our gateway is collecting data via MQTT and exposes that data via the REST API this part of the project we are going to build a user interface for the data we have collected. We are going to use VueJS as the framework, lets get going..
March 30, 2022
This is the second milestone of the Organic Gardner IoT project. The first milestones we implemented MQTT subscriptions to gather sensor data. This milestone we are going to add HTTP RESTful API to provide access to that data. The same HTTP library will later serve up our IoT dashboard.
March 29, 2022
The primary function of an IoT Gateway is moving data from one input source (often sensor data) to another output destination (like a control algorithm) with some data conversion and storage in between. Our first milestone building the IoT Gateway is reading data from MQTT then holding it in RAM for the upcoming REST API we will build for Milestone 2.
September 6, 2020
This project will gather sensor data such as soil moisture, heat and temperature to determine when to start and stop watering a garden. We will use very inexpensive hardware and Open Source software getting started is very easy on the wallet!