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Physical World are composed by your sensors and actuators. Physical Objects require a virtual Object in t6 and then, they could add Data to Flows. Sample nodeMCU and Arduino scripts are available in the sensors repositories.
Physical Objects require a virtual Object in t6 and then, they could add Data to Flows.
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- Objects, sensors and actuators: Objects are virtual items dedicated to push data to flows. Objects are defined for each Users. Objects in t6 are the virtual nodes of your physical devices. They are sending values from their embedded sensors to the Flows. Common cardinality is 1:1; but you can setup multiple Flows for the same Object (a DHT11 sensor handle 'temperature' and 'humidity' for instance). Additionally, you can set a Flow to be feed from multiple Objects.devices_other
- Flows & DataPoints: Flows are datastore to save time/values (DataPoints). Each Object can POST data to multiple Flows. Flows are defined for each Users and are having permissions. Communication becomes easy in the platform with Timestamped values. Flows allows to retrieve and classify data. Objects are sending their Data to Flow-containers using the API.settings_input_component
- Dashboards to graph, draw, and monitor: Dashboard includes one or many Snippets to visualize your data. You can create as many dashboards as you like.dashboard
- Rules, to Alert and Notifycall_split
- Mqtt, to communicatevolume_down
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