Mozilla launches Raspberry Pi-powered ‘Project Things’ to unite smart home kit – The INQUIRER

The INQUIRER Mozilla launches Raspberry Pi -powered 'Project Things' to unite smart home kit The INQUIRER THE MOZILLA FOUNDATION has launched 'Project Things', a framework of software that is designed to bring fragmented Internet of Things (IoT) devices together. Project Things will allow users to create their own IoT hub using a Raspberry Pi , using both … Mozilla Raspberry Pi Internet Of Things Gateway For Home Automation Geeky Gadgets Mozilla's new Things Gateway is an open home for your smart devices TNW Build your own smart home hub with Mozilla's Project Things TechRadar VCCircle  – iProgrammer  – Telecompaper all 10 news articles »

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Raspberry Pi Home Automation Hub Setup – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Home Automation Hub Setup Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi enthusiasts or those looking to learn more about home automation may be interested in this new video created by YouTube channel Byte Sized which walks you through the setup process for a Raspberry Pi home automation herb using a USB Z-Wave …

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Habey launches alternative to Raspberry Pi board for development of industrial robots – Robotics and Automation News (press release)

Robotics and Automation News (press release) Habey launches alternative to Raspberry Pi board for development of industrial robots Robotics and Automation News (press release) Habey says the new board is “developed for enthusiasts and startup applications that are looking for alternatives to the popular Raspberry Pi board”. The Habey expansion header is of a slightly different configuration, to support a wide variety of … and more »

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Raspberry Pi Zero HATs for Home Automation and IoT Designs – All About Circuits

All About Circuits Raspberry Pi Zero HATs for Home Automation and IoT Designs All About Circuits For those of you who aren't familiar with Raspberry Pi , HATs and pHATs are the RPi equivalent of Arduino shields; add-on boards for the 40 pin GPIO with the EEPROM designation. HATs and pHATs are essentially the same things but pHATs are designated ..

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Book-wrangling at Wordery with a Raspberry Pi

While we mostly deal in pretty technologically advanced stuff here at Pi Towers, we are huge fans of the printed word too. It’s great to hear, then, that the Raspberry Pi has been helping booksellers to keep bibliophiles like us supplied with all the reading matter they could wish for. Jeff Podolski, IT and network technician at Wordery, recently got in touch to tell us just how his company has been using the Pi in their warehouse

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