Category: iot

What is Industry 4.0? Nine Pillars of Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0 is the fancy name given to the fourth Industrial revolution. In this article, we will discuss about what is Industry 4.0 and how is it going to enhance the future of Industries? Why such a buzz about it? Why failing to adopt it may kill your business? Let us take a look. It is sometime spelled as Industrie 4.0, this is the German translation of Industry so both can be used interchangeably.

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Learn how to utilize HFS drives on your Raspberry Pi.

ESP8266 based Smart Plug to Make Your Home Appliances IoT Enabled

Ever since I started to work with the ESP Wi-Fi Modules, I always wanted to build a smart Wi-Fi socket that enables me to control my AC loads wirelessly through smart phone. While products like these are already available in the market, like the popular Moko WiFi Smart Plug or Sonoff, they are a bit expensive and on top of that it doesn’t give you the joy of building your own.  So, in this project I will show you how you can build your very own Smart plug using ESP8266 Wi-Fi module. The device that we built can easily be plugged into any exiting AC socket and then on the other end you can connect the actual load simply by plugging it into this socket on our device. After that just keep the main switch of your socket always on, and you can control your Load directly from your Smartphone. Fun right? Check out the project at below link ….

https://circuitdigest.com/microcontroller-projects/diy-smart-plug-using-esp8266

Get Ubuntu Mate running on your Raspberry Pi with these simple steps.

Make use of an APA102 RGB LED Strip with an Arduino Uno in this project from pimylifeup.com

Self host git on your Raspberry Pi easily with Gogs

Setup an always-on torrent machine by using Deluge on the Raspberry Pi.

Learn how to turn your Raspberry Pi into an emulation console with the RetroPie software.

Use the NFS protocol to setup your Raspberry Pi as a NAS.

Learn how to use the popular database management tool phpMyAdmin on your Raspberry Pi