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I would look at Node Red for an IoT dashboard. (Indeed, http://remuda.omnipresense.com/ui is my dashboard for speeds on my street, and done using Node Red on a Raspberry Pi) The almost-built-in Dashboard module is pretty powerful for making interfaces. The dashboard widgets are zero-code drag-and-drop widgets that typically look great. The complexity you ...


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After device startup the first transmit will always trigger an OTAA join. How about sending the coordinates 0,0 in the first transmission? I always do blocking transmits to make sure the transmit is done before I obtain a new gps fix and enqueue another transmission. Doing blocking transmits will guarantee that you have joined the network when you queue your ...


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It depends on the type of data and what you want to do with it. I have a Raspberry Pi AWS IoT project and I'm storing data on DynamoDB. But since I need to do aggregation queries, I then feed it from there to ElasticSearch. You are more than likely going to need to use a Lambda triggered by IoT to move information around on AWS. To view the data and ...


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