Where Am I Collecting GPS Data With Rhiot
One of the most common requirements for field devices used in IoT systems is to capture the current GPS location of the device and send this information to the data center.
In the dynamic business environment companies are adjusting their management model or business processes to gain competitive advantage, suite best their clients, reach company’s goals or just adapt working environment to the employees needs.
A common scenario for mobile IoT Gateways, for example those mounted on trucks or other vehicles, is to cache the data collected locally on the device storage and synchronize the data with the data center only when a trusted WiFi access point is available near the gateway.
As I predicted last time Ruby’s popularity is still growing. Being named a Language of the Year in 2006, it now has the highest position since 2001. According to TIOBE Index for May 2016 Ruby is currently at position 8 and maybe, there is another chance for Ruby on Rails to conquer the world.
When we start checking what technologies stand behind endless apps we happen to use or just encounter every day, we will often hear Ruby on Rails. Who should know what it is and who can benefit from learning how the Rails framework functions?
The Internet of Things (IoT) is going to be big, we already know that. In the famous Internet of Things report, Gartner predicts billions of connected devices and trillions of dollars of economic value-add in the 2020s.