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    On 27 February – 2 March, DataArt exhibited with Canonical at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The sheer scope of the world’s biggest mobile industry event was mind boggling – 100,000 attendees and 2200 exhibitors spanned nine halls and one dozen outdoor spaces at Fira Gran Via and Fira Montjuïc.

    DataArt demoed enterprise predictive maintenance IoT solution, enabling preventative, condition-based monitoring of a piece of manufacturing equipment. We used accelerometer-based sensors and an IoT gateway running Snappy Ubuntu Core to capture the vibration profile of a fan and analyzed it in AWS, to determine whether it’s in range of a normally operating equipment, and if not – to trigger a maintenance alert.

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  • Inaugural New York Open Source IoT Summit a Resounding Success

    02 December 2015
    By Artyom Astafurov, M2M/IoT Practice Leader and Sergey Demyanov, DeviceHive Principal Architect, DataArt

    DataArt, in partnership with Microsoft and Canonical, hosted its first annual Open Source IoT Summit in New York City. On November 12, 2015, six dozen technology innovators gathered at Microsoft’s New York Conference Center on Times Square to learn how they can develop their own in-house IoT solutions.

    DataArt has always been supporting open innovation movement, which is at the heart of new technology development, and our open source IoT device-management platform DeviceHive is a testament to that. DeviceHive runs on Canonical’s Ubuntu, is available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace and provides the tools to solve any smart manufacturing or smart home challenge in-house, without costly investments in software solutions. At the summit, we showed how DeviceHive accelerates IoT product development, allows for creating a solution prototype in a matter of hours, and then deploying and scaling it to a limitless number of devices or control variables with no additional software or investments requirements.

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  • Hearing a lot about IoT lately? Want to learn everything from home automation to Industrial IoT? Want to try enterprise IoT solutions yourself? The Open Source IoT Summit is about open source IoT and Azure IoT solutions that anybody can use. Join Microsoft, Ubuntu / Canonical and DataArt to learn all about it and jointly start creating IoT solutions.

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  • Strata+Hadoop World NYC 2015 Reflections

    06 October 2015
    By Artyom Astafurov, M2M/IoT Practice Leader

    Machine learning, cloud, visualization, Hadoop, spark, data science, scalability, analytics, terabytes, petabytes, faster, bigger, more secure, simply better. The kind of a merry-go-round that keeps spinning in your head after you spend three days on the exhibit floor at Strata+Hadoop conference. And lots of elephants, of course.

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  • DeviceHive Releases Version 2.0

    23 June 2015
    By Artyom Astafurov, M2M/IoT Practice Leader

    We are proud to announce DeviceHive 2.0: faster, friendlier, more functional IoT Data Platform with a rich IoT Gateway framework. Get in touch with us if you want to learn more. Here are some of the key features included in this release.

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  • The industrial Internet of Things (IoT) enables businesses to predict when industrial equipment is going to fail, so that action can be taken beforehand. A leader in this space, DataArt, developed one of the first IoT and big data open sourced platforms, DeviceHive, and published on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.

    DataArt has collaborated with Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, as well asMicrosoft

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  • Mobile World Congress is Out of Session

    23 March 2015
    By Artyom Astafurov, M2M/IoT Practice Leader


    Mobile World Congress in Barcelona gave attendees a glimpse into the future, through the lens of the Internet of Things (IoT). It’s amazing how far things have come in just a few short years (analysts predict between 26 and 30 billion devices will be connected to the internet in five years). Entire pavilions at the show were dedicated to the IoT and connected devices, with devices ranging from connected showerheads through automated drones on display.

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  • We are happy to announce, that DataArt got third place in the Internet of Things competition at NYC IoT Fair this December.

    The first New York IoT Fair had about 500 attendees and 23 companies, who demoed IoT ideas bridging devices, cloud, and data. The DataArt team showcased real-time analytics and data monitoring – how wireless Sensor Tags can be easily integrated with wot.io data services using the DeviceHive platform, Elasticsearch, and data from the Intel Edison platform. The attendees were allowed to try the TI SensorTag, sending tweets and receiving graphs back.

  • DataArt & wot.io at NYC IoT Fair @ Google HQ, December 8

    05 December 2014
    By Artyom Astafurov, M2M/IoT Practice Leader

    We are glad to announce that wot.io & DataArt will be showcasing IoT wireless sensor integration and real-time event processing during NYC IoT Fair @ Google HQ, December 8 from 6pm to 8pm. We’ll be happy to show how wireless Sensor Tags can be easily integrated with wot.io data services using the DeviceHive platform. Play with TI SensorTag, send some tweets, and see some graphs! Come visit us at our demo display!

    See you at the IoT Fair!

  • DataArt’s DeviceHive at AT&T Hackathon in Vegas!

    15 October 2014
    By Artyom Astafurov, M2M/IoT Practice Leader

    Getting an invitation from AT&T to join the Hackathon as API sponsor was both luck and a good chance to present DeviceHive an IoT community. We spent several days polishing up our Github docs and shipping our educational platforms to Vegas, and these exciting 24 hours of the hackathon were absolutely worth it! Recently hackathons started to change from pure software/API to Hardware and IoT, and AT&T’s is not an exception. Our team decided to show our newly made hardware educational platforms with Arduino YUN we’d wrote about this summer, and to provide DeviceHive tools to Hackathon participants so they stay productive, and shift their focus to innovative solutions rather than spending time on plumbing.

    With a start of 48 teams, 16 were admitted to the Final, and two finalists were using DeviceHive for their projects:

    • Home security: suspicious activity monitoring around the house based on MAC addresses of un-assiciated wifi devices. If the pattern sets of an alert, it will be dispatched to the cloud using DeviceHive.
    • Connected car: connected child safety solution.

    It was an unforgettable experience! Amazing opportunity to stand behind the developers’ back and watch them use DeviceHive code and hardware platform. Some pictures from the Hackathon (of tonnes we’d made)

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