Another month, another chance to look back and see what's going on in the world of IoT. Whether you're into the Industrial Internet or you're more interested in DIY projects, we've got something for you to check out.
Connecting You With What's Cool
- Going Smaller: Deploying the ELK Stack to a Raspberry Pi, by PJ Hagerty.
- Connecting the World: IoT Ideas for Business, by Valeriia Timokhina.
- IoT and Vert.x: Building a Simple MQTT Server, by Boyko Dimitrov.
- 7 Cool IoT Apps and How to Develop One, by Valeriia Timokhina (again!).
- Testing MQTT Message Brokers, by Roman Aladev.
IoT Around the Web
These Aren't the Voice Modulators You're Looking For
Halloween is a month away, and that means costumes and trick-or-treating (for the youngsters, of course). Want to give your ensemble an extra edge? Here's how to make an amplified voice changer with a Raspberry Pi Zero. Boba Fett, eat your heart out.
Retail Use Cases
UK Regulating Connected Cars
"Ooo, regulations, exciting," I hear you say, sarcasm dripping from your words. But keeping connected devices secure is important to everyone — no one wants their car to drive them down the highway only to pull off at a random exit (or off a bridge) at someone else's bidding. The UK has just come out with some guidelines for keeping connected cars safe. Take a look at the story!
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