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  • mrsheen
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    I’ve got things in my internet. Does that count? 🙂

    jimjam
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    You planning to bring down google with a baby monitor bot attack ?

    whitestone
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    It’s some things connected to the internet.

    Premier Icon nickjb
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    Currently working on a little project but I keep getting sidetracked as every time I google something I find a dozen different solutions and links to a dozen more interesting projects. Lots going on.

    mrsheen
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    Big things or smaller things?

    Premier Icon matt_outandabout
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    I’ve got things in my internet.

    ooft, it will take years to recover.

    Premier Icon binners
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    You need to ask an expert….

    Premier Icon funkrodent
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    I work in the extraction, transformation and loading of data, usually for the purposes of visualisation and analysis. What is that you are trying to do?

    Premier Icon andytherocketeer
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    Internet of tat more like

    plyphon
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    What is that you are trying to do?

    Trying to figure out why he can’t get his connected kettle to sync with the fridge.

    Premier Icon lunge
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    Sort of, IoT is a big subject, what specifically do you need to know.

    Premier Icon GrahamS
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    Software engineer specialising in embedded, real-time and safety-critical.
    Done some IoT professionally and at home for “fun”. So also “sort of”.

    What’s your issue caller?

    Premier Icon aracer
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    er, yes, though I try not to let my kettle talk about it.

    Premier Icon GrahamS
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    Sorry just re-read the OP and realised you are specifically looking for cats that are into IoT.


    https://volumeintegration.com/cats-love-the-internet-of-things/

    HTH

    willard
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    IoT means different things to different people, just like AI and/or machine learning. What, specifically, do you need to know?

    Premier Icon aracer
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    GrahamS wrote:

    Sorry just re-read the OP and realised you are specifically looking for cats that are into IoT.

    Oh, I missed that – I did help to make an IoT dragon if he’s not too specific about his animals though.

    http://www.worcesternews.co.uk/news/15241058.Is_this_Worcester_s_best_ever_St_George_s_day_dragon_/ 8)

    Premier Icon frankconway
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    Loss of data; inherent security weaknesses.

    IT wet dream.

    Premier Icon FuzzyWuzzy
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    Not directly but the company I work is heavily involved in it. Personally I think it could end up killing the current Internet, millions of cheap insecure Chinese stuff is going to flood the market and then we’re all screwed by DDoS etc. let alone your house trying to kill you :p

    Premier Icon GrahamS
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    Loss of data;
    inherent security weaknesses.
    IT wet dream.

    Worst. Haiku. Ever.

    Premier Icon andytherocketeer
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    lol
    no security at all
    an inherent weakness in something it does not have
    hackers wet dream

    pretty sure that’s not a haiku either

    Premier Icon aracer
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    andytherocketeer wrote:

    no security at all

    That’s not a compulsory feature of IoT though. What you actually mean is that cheap Chinese IoT devices have no security at all (in the same way that lots of them don’t comply with electrical regs).

    Premier Icon IdleJon
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    GrahamS – Member
    Loss of data;
    inherent security weaknesses.
    IT wet dream.
    Worst. Haiku. Ever.

    Loss of good data
    Bad security results
    Cherry blossoms fade

    Premier Icon kayak23
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    I’m just a humble cabinetmaker but I’ll try my best to help you.
    Is it to do with Dovetail joints at all?

    mrsheen
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    Any of you cats know about the ‘internet of things’ or better still work in it?

    thanks

    Premier Icon jimdubleyou
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    no security at all
    an inherent weakness in something it does not have

    Given how hard it is to get Siri to do *anything* with Hue lights, it must be secure

    😛

    giant_scum
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    I’ve done a couple of the base station installs, if that helps!
    Doubt that it makes me a guru though.
    Ask away caller….

    Premier Icon molgrips
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    I’m involved in some way or other.

    Share the question.

    prawny
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    Siri (I think, it could be my car) doesn’t recognise my mom’s number, because I’m from he midlands and she’s called Mom, not Mum.

    There’s still a long way to go with this kind of guff, Jarvis it aint.

    willard
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    My nex dog will be called Siri. Or Alexa.

    allthepies
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    My beer fridge is on the internet and I can set/get the temperature using Alexa if that helps ? 😆

    bencooper
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    My thermostat keeps sending me passive-aggressive emails whenever its battery gets too low.

    Premier Icon maccruiskeen
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    Share the question.

    Web of Intrigue

    mrsheen
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    Might be going on a course about the internet of tat, so just curious to see what all the fuss is about. 8)

    Might watch Terminator for a refresher on Skynet.

    Premier Icon GrahamS
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    The appeal of DIY IoT is easy to explain.

    You can pick up something like an ESP8266 for a couple of quid, program it via the Arduino IDE or even with (Micro)Python and away you go.

    On a slightly higher level, you can pick up a Raspberry Pi Zero W for less than a tenner and have a fully-fledged little wifi connected computer running *nix.

    It’s a brave new world wide web.

    Premier Icon beej
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    I too am involved. But it’s a massive topic. Like asking “anyone involved in food?”.

    nealglover
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    Might be going on a course about the internet of tat, so just curious to see what all the fuss is about.

    I hope when the tutor says “any questions” you perform better than you have in this thread so far.

    djglover
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    I work in this area, but as above, its huge and covers anything with the ability to connect devices or data to the internet.

    I have loads of this stuff in my house now, thermostat, smart bulbs, cctv, TVs etc etc. The only thing I would really like now is a fridge/fridge app to write the shopping list.

    allthepies
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    GrahamS wrote:

    The appeal of DIY IoT is easy to explain.
    You can pick up something like an ESP8266 for a couple of quid, program it via the Arduino IDE

    FYI, Atom with PlatformIO is a much better dev environment vs Arduino IDE.

    IMO having used both (and now firmly in the Atom/PlatformIO camp).

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    GrahamS said » The appeal of DIY IoT is easy to explain.
    You can pick up something like an ESP8266 for a couple of quid, program it via the Arduino IDE

    FYI, Atom with PlatformIO is a much better dev environment vs Arduino IDE.
    IMO having used both (and now firmly in the Atom/PlatformIO camp).

    What language is that?

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