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Send Windows Server Data to ThingSpeak using PowerShell

Posted by Hans Scharler,

Do you maintain Windows Servers? If so, you might want to track server resources. ThingSpeak accepts data from anything and fits perfectly for server monitoring, visualization, and analysis. [NotHans] released a PowerShell Script to report Windows Server disk free space to ThingSpeak. Once in ThingSpeak, use a ThingSpeak to visualize server resources… read more >>

ThingSpeak Used to Track Luggage for Travel Internet of Things Applications 1

Posted by Hans Scharler,

[Chris Forsberg] created an example Internet of Things project to track luggage using ThingSpeak, an Adafruit GSM Module, and an Arduino. He built a simple system to send data to ThingSpeak, such as latitude, longitude, and status data. ThingSpeak exposes a data channel API for any system like this to… read more >>

ThingSpeak Selects Phusion Passenger Enterprise to Power its Internet of Things API

Posted by Hans Scharler,

The servers behind ThingSpeak have been slammed with data from all kinds of IoT devices and applications. We recently upgraded the entire backend of ThingSpeak and increased capacity to support our growth. One of the key decisions in our redesign was to select Phusion Passenger Enterprise to power the ThingSpeak “Internet of… read more >>

Introducing TalkBack, the New Internet of Things App to Control Things with the ThingSpeak Cloud 8

Posted by Hans Scharler,

Introducing… TalkBack!
We have developed a new ThingSpeak App and it is available now to all ThingSpeak Users.
The new TalkBack App allows devices to check ThingSpeak for commands to execute. TalkBack is perfect for battery-powered devices that need to sleep most of the time and wake up to see if there… read more >>

ThingSpeak Java Client for “Internet of Things Applications”

Posted by Hans Scharler,

[Andrew Bythell] created a ThingSpeak Java Client for the complete ThingSpeak API. This Java Client makes it really easy for Java (or Processing) developers to add cloud connectivity to applications and non-networked devices. “The purpose of the ThingSpeak Java client is to enable non-networked Device-to-ThingSpeak gateways and other applications for… read more >>

New API for Public ThingSpeak Channels Makes it Easy to Discover Open Data

Posted by Hans Scharler,

ThingSpeak is growing quickly these days. Our traffic is high and the user growth is soaring. Thanks to everyone for your interest and patience as we continue to stabilize, add more servers, and add more features to help with your Internet of Things projects.
Question: How do I find ‘public’ ThingSpeak…