Check out the projects below to see what other developers are doing and download to jump-start your own project - if you’d like to post your project here, contact us with an overview and we’ll get it posted.
This project grabs wireless sensor data from the Texas Instruments “ez430-chronos” watch development kit and sends it to Exosite. The dev kit retails for $49 and runs on the TI CC430 processor (MSP430 core with low-power radio) with a number of on-board sensors (pressure, 3-axis accelerometer, temp, battery voltage).
The always important ‘Hello World’ application. Simple, straight to the point. For those wanting to try developing an application to interact with the Exosite platform, this is a great place to start.
CPU Monitor is a simple CPU usage monitoring application written in Python. It samples your computer’s CPU load and reports the value to your Portal.
Synapse Wireless makes a line of 802.15.4 wireless modules -> this project loads into their standard Synapse Portal computer application and allows you to monitor SNAP nodes with Exosite’s Platform.