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A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

For questions concerning sustainable use and design of IoT devices, life-cycle management and other environmental considerations.
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For questions about processing audio signals using a DSP engine. This can include software codecs.
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For questions about Fitbit activity trackers and their features. Use this tag for any Fitbit tracker, and specify the full product name/version in the question, so that it is clear to readers which de…
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For questions about the Wink Hub, a smart home control hub. Use it for questions about interfacing it with other smart home devices and problems when doing so.
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For questions about transferring data between platforms (data portability). This can include backing up data/settings into other formats, transferring data from one manufacturer to another and the reg…
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For questions about LightwaveRF devices and apps. These devices use 433 MHz RF signalling.
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For questions regarding the IEEE 802.11ah (Wi-Fi HaLow) specification and devices that use it for wireless communication. Use [wifi] instead if your question is not about the HaLow version in particul…
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For questions about online service connecting services, like IFTTT, Stringify, Zapier (and others). Use this tag when your question is not about a specific service.
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For questions regarding the use of the Wireshark protocol analyzer in an IoT environment.
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a transactional settlement and data integrity layer for the IoT. This tag should be used to discuss how or which particular IoT applications use IOTA. Tag is NOT…
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HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) tag is used for questions about ventilation systems which may also heat or cool the air moved. This tag should be used with questions about the monito…
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a single board computer that describes itself as an "Invention Platform for IoT". Use this tag for questions related to the use of this board in an IoT context, such as developing …
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For questions about Apple's HomePod smart speaker device. Consider also using the [smart-assistants] tag if your question is more generally relevant to smart assistants (e.g. Alexa and the Google Assi…
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For questions on using or configuring the Tasker automation app for Android for use in the IoT.
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For questions about Tile Bluetooth trackers, which can be used to remotely track objects and trigger audible chimes on the "Tile" to help locate an item. Use this tag for questions about connecting to…
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For questions regarding IoT applications and devices that use Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service) web service offered by Amazon.
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For questions related to IoT devices that have edge computing capabilities, IoT infrastructures that uses considerable edge computing capabilities, applications and frameworks those are edge computing…
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For questions about D-Link, the networking company, and their products, such as routers, Internet-connected webcams and smart plugs.
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For questions about interfacing at the physical level, either MCU to peripheral, or peripheral to real-world. This should be used for questions about the low-level detail of an interface, not for more…
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the process of finding and resolving defects or problems within a computer program that prevent correct operation of computer software or a system.
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a modular, standardized connector prototyping system for sensors and controllers. The Grove system consists of a base unit (stem) and various modules (twigs) with standardized connectors.
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