Articles tagged “IoT”
Mozilla WebThings Gateway Kit by OKdo
Mozilla WebThings Gateway is an open source software distribution focused on privacy, security, and interoperability. It provides a web-based user interface to monitor and control smart home devices over the web. OKdo, a UK vendor offerings IoT technology for hobbyists, educators, and entrepreneurs, has announced the release of the WebThings Gateway Kit, with everything you need to get the Gateway up and running in minutes.
Creating UI Extensions for WebThings Gateway
Thermostats, Locks and Extension Add-ons – WebThings Gateway 0.10
Today we are releasing WebThings Gateway 0.10. This new release comes with support for thermostats and smart locks, as well as an updated add-ons system including extension add-ons, which enable developers to extend the gateway user interface. We’ve also added localisation settings so that you can choose your country, language, time zone and unit preferences.
Using WebThings Gateway notifications as a warning system for your home
The WebThings Gateway 0.9 release lets you set up a number of different notification mechanisms including emails, apps, and text messages. In this post James Hobin shows how to set up custom gateway notifications to warn you of changes in your home that you care about.
WebThings Gateway for Wireless Routers
The Mozilla IoT team has been working on evolving WebThings Gateway into a full software distribution for consumer wireless routers. Today, with the 0.9 release, we’re happy to announce the availability of the first experimental builds for our first target router hardware, the Turris Omnia. These builds are based on the open source OpenWrt operating system and feature a new first-time setup experience, which enables you to configure the gateway as a router and Wi-Fi access point itself.
Empowering User Privacy and Decentralizing IoT with Mozilla WebThings
In designing Mozilla WebThings, we have consciously insulated users from servers that could harvest their data, including our own Mozilla servers, by offering an interoperable, decentralized IoT solution. Learn about the user research that informs our project, and how we've engineered privacy by design into every aspect of Mozilla WebThings.
Cameras, Sensors & What’s Next for Mozilla’s Things Gateway
With the release of Things Gateway 0.7, Mozilla's IoT team announces experimental support for IP cameras, along with support for a wider range of sensors that track temperature, leaks, and more. Ben Francis also shares plans for evolving the Things Gateway application in 2019, and exploring the value a trusted personal agent could provide to your whole home network.
Home Monitoring with Things Gateway 0.6
The latest version of the Things Gateway rolling out today comes with new home monitoring features that let you directly monitor your home over the web, without a middleman. That means no monthly fees, your private data stays in your home by default, and you can choose from a variety of sensors made by different manufacturers.
Things Gateway 0.5 packed full of new features, including experimental smart assistant
The Things Gateway from Mozilla lets you directly monitor and control your home over the web, without a middleman. The 0.5 release of the Things Gateway is packed full of new features including customizable devices, a more powerful rules engine, an interactive floor plan, and an experimental smart assistant you can talk to. It's a great way to build your own private smart home. Why not get started now?
Build your own web things with the Things Framework
Last year Mozilla started Project Things to help developers connect physical “things” to the web in a safe, secure and interoperable way. Now, with the 0.4 release of the Things Gateway, you can add native web things to your gateway, to control them alongside all your other smart home devices. The advantage of native web things is that they don’t need a custom gateway adapter because they follow a common standard using existing web technologies.