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ThingSpeak, MATLAB, and the Internet of Things

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Results for: Internet of Things

Create and Train a Feedforward Neural Network

Posted by Hans Scharler,

We have published an example in the ThingSpeak documentation that shows you how to train a feedforward neural network to predict temperature. The feedforward neural network is one of the simplest types of artificial networks but has broad applications in IoT. We are collecting data in a ThingSpeak channel and will… read more >>

EVE Alpha – Raspberry Pi Wireless Development

Posted by Hans Scharler,

Kickstarter over the past few months has been the platform of choice for new Internet of Things hardware being developed. Many projects are an Arduino and another thing attached to it. While some of those projects are cool, they are not pushing the Internet of Things forward. Recently, Kickstarter changed their policies… read more >>

Can Things Tell a Story?

Posted by Hans Scharler,

If you look around your house or office, you will see a bunch of things. Things are just sitting there. Things like your coffee maker, toaster, florescent lights, copy machine, alarm clock…
Have you ever noticed that you keep a schedule on Google Calendar, but every night you set your alarm clock? What… read more >>

Things are Heating Up 2

Posted by Hans Scharler,

No, it’s not summer in North America yet but many people are counting down the days till the weather turns warm, especially with the east coast having just endured a snowy drubbing from Mother Nature!
I’ve been following the concept of an “Internet of Things” for a few years now and…Guys like Bruce Sterling are famous for tracking the future and guys like Linux Torvalds are famous for creating it. What do you see on the horizon, and what will you invent to make it so? We’re excited to have you here at ThingSpeak to help us make this reality our own.