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Connect physical Objects* to timeseries db*

Objects collect data from Sensors and POST them to t6 using the encrypted + signed payload.

Do any actions you need, once facts match conditions (Email, Mqtt, webhook notification...) — rule based events.

*Objects: sensors, chipsets, devices...
*db: database

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codePhysical World
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.
An additional script can be runned periodically (crontab rule necessary) and performe the required action from the settings:
$> nodejs sensor.js --run "{{sensor_id}}" > /dev/null 2>&1
This kind of Virtual sensors are capable of getting direct data from a linux bash command (e.g. Getting HDD temperature: '/usr/sbin/hddtemp -u C -n -q /dev/sda')
Physical Objects require a "virtual" Object declared on t6 before adding DataPoints to Flows. Meaning a Flow container help the Api to find your data and graph them on the Snippets.
codeTechnical documentation
Api first in a Rest api ; including security (JWT tokens) and quotas. It contains dedicated endpoint to easily manipulate your resources: Objects, Flows, Dashboards, Snippets & Rules.

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codeResources available on t6
  1. devices_other

    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.
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    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.
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  3. dashboard

    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.
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  4. widgets

    Snippets

    Snippets refers to small component containing a dashboard. Multiple variety are available and the library aim to growth regularly.
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  5. call_split

    Rules, to Alert and Notify

    Decision-Rule is the event-based engine that trigger Actions following matching Conditions. Engine is watching for fact matching conditions on payloads coming from datapoint POST, and handle Action(s) according to rules.
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    Mqtt, to communicate

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codeGeneral Structure and scenario
t6 General structure
codeTechnical documentation
Api first in a Rest api ; including security (JWT tokens) and quotas. It contains dedicated endpoint to easily manipulate your resources: Objects, Flows, Dashboards, Snippets & Rules.

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