Build a Universal Sensor Hub with Machinechat's JEDI One and Raspberry Pi

In an article by Machinechat’s Daryl Miller, developers can learn how to build a basic universal sensor hub and incorporate professional data monitoring and visualization without having to spend days or weeks coding.

This project can be completed with components and software that can be purchased for less than $100. In approximately 30 minutes (give or take), you’ll be able to create an easily adaptable sensor hub that can be used to monitor humidity, temperature, atmospheric pressure, or anything you want.

The Machinechat article, 30 Minutes or Less: Build A Universal Sensor Hub and Monitor Anything You Want with a Raspberry Pi, provides a step-by-step procedure on how to build your own sensor hub and get it up and running quickly.

Your completed sensor hub will allow you to easily collect and deliver sensor data in the form of professional real-time and historical data dashboards, as well as establish rules for generating alerts and notifications when environmental conditions change.

About this author

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Daryl has more than 30 years of experience in developing emerging IoT networking and software technologies. He has authored multiple articles and lectured on topics involving embedded systems, IoT, software, engineering tools, computer graphics and networking. He has had a passion for computers and electronics since he was able to hold a soldering iron.

Prior to joining Machinechat as head of platforms, Daryl was vice president of engineering at Lantronix, where he was responsible for the development of many of the company's key product innovations. Earlier he spent 14 years at Tektronix and held several roles within the Microcomputer Development Products (MDP) and Video and Networking (VND) divisions.

Daryl holds a bachelor's degree in information systems, a master's degree in business administration and several patents. When Daryl isn't spending time thinking up new ways to apply Machinechat's software, he spends his spare time camping, hiking, cooking and exploring wineries in the Pacific Northwest with his wife and Shiba Inu.

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