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Looking for a relay that can be controlled from .net web application (via TCP/IP)
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I have not used any of the following relays, but based on your problem description one these may serve you needs: Online Device Web Controlled Relays Key Features: Industrial Grade TCP/IP, Web ...

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Are drones considered part of the IoT by any officials?
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The flying Drones can be considered as IoT. A very good examples is the Intel drones equipped with sensors that are being used in Cricket for pitch analysis. Following is key snippet from the Intel ...

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Would interconnected spaceships be part of IoT?
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The definition of IoT, as per ITU, as documented in ITU-T Y.2060: IoT can be viewed as a global infrastructure for the information society, enabling advanced services by interconnecting (physical ...

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What are the differences between MQTT, HTTP, CoAP devices (besides communication protocol)?
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if the MQTT IoT devices are completely different from other types like HTTP in features, or is the difference only about communication protocols? The difference is at the protocol level. Same device ...

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What classifies a device as IoT?
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What classifies a device as an Internet of Things device? As per my understanding, an IoT device: Serves a specific use case, e.g., Amazon Echo, Nest Cam, Belkin WeMo. This is key differentiation ...

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What personal information is stored on my Amazon Echo?
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If I ever wanted to sell the Echo, it'd be useful to know what information is on the device, so that I can try to remove it. I think one good option is to deregister the echo device from you Amazon ...

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Is the Amazon Echo 'always listening' and sending data to the cloud?
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By saying a key phrase Amazon calls a “wake word” the Echo comes to life and begins listening for commands. By default, the wake word is Alexa. If you reread that last sentence it may not ...

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Why do most smart assistants offer little, if any, customisation of the wake word?
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Is there any technical reason for restricting wake word customization When assistant device is not in use, the application processor (I think ARM in case of Alexa as well as Google Home) is suspended ...

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