NEM platform to monitor the values of Wireless Temperature Sensor


#1

Any example which helps me to use nem platform to access the wireless sensors network using smartphones.

I am using Wireless Temperature sensor transmitting the data to gateway device which monitors the temperature readings of shipping containers using wireless personal area network.

I am looking for internet friendly solution which connects the sensor network online and performs the data analytics.


#2

unless it’s important you can look at past temperates you shouldn’t use a blockchain for this. Blockchains are good at getting a historical record and be sure it wasn’t tampered with. Anything else is wanting to use blockchain for the sake of using blockchain.


#3

I’m doing something similar. With this particular sensor, it looks like you need a gateway device to receive the data. As @memario said, you should be using the blockchain to verify the integrity of the data. I would suggest the gateway device receiving readings from multiple sensors, and if they meet a threshhold, then a transaction could be made to the blockchain signifying the consensus from the different sensors.

If you really wanted to get fancy, look in to multi-signature transactions, and how multiple devices can fit into that :wink:


#4

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#5

Hey, thanks for suggestion, Is there any desktop client also available for windows ?
I am receiving the values of wireless sensors from wireless modem which uses 900hp-s3b-Pro device connected with USB port.


#6

I assume you can use these values in anyway?

You can setup a simple C# CLI or a winforms app to read the serial port, and use the NEM C# SDK to interface with the blockchain :slight_smile: There is ready-made desktop client, I think you could make that pretty easily with the above tools ^^