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The general philosophy is that a “sensor” is any entity (physical or not) that operates primarily in an output-only mode (configuration doesn’t necessarily count as an “input” so is allowable).
These outputs are treated ephemerally, in a “fire and forget” manner, creating a data stream. The intent is for interested entities to subscribe to the data stream and transform, interpret and/or persist it according to their requirements.
This is still very much an active work-in-progress! However, as it is functional and actively deployed I figured it was worth making public in the event it might help others in their projects.
Those current deployments consist of my atmospheric particulate matter sensor and my garden monitoring bots, with the entire system handling (on average) about a half-million units of sensor data per day.
cdinto repo dir
./setup.sh(you might need to enter your
sudopassword to install requirements)
source env/bin/activateand go!
-oto the same as
list:[options], where the
limit=Xoption sets the bound)
downsample -i redis://localhost -o redis://sql-db-host -r ... -p ...
The following are currently supported (with the required drivers / interfaces setup of course):
Variants of these sensors could likely be made to work with this system via simple modifications if any are required at all.
rpjctrl, and I’m still using
ledCount.pyon some of my units because I’m too lazy to re-write it properly