IoTool at India Water Impact Summit 2017

IoTool at India Water Impact Summit 2017

India’s National River Ganga, with her numerous tributaries and distributaries, has not only been the source of the flourishing Indian civilization for ages but is also the mainstay of modern India with more than 2/5th of the Indian population residing in her basin. The highly fertile Ganga river basin, ranging from the Himalayas and the Siwalik and the Vindhya ranges to the deltaic lowlands near the Bay of Bengal, displays a vast mosaic of geological, climatic, topographic and biological diversity that is reflected in the rich history and culture of India.

But with increasing urbanization and industrialization over the past two centuries, and especially since the 20th century, the Ganga river has been severely impacted in unforeseen ways. So much so that, not only has River Ganga’s value as a fundamental life-support system been compromised but her health as a throbbing ecosystem itself has been jeopardized.

The India Water Impact Summit 2017 event was organized as a special multi-stakeholders event with an important international attendance with respect to the innovative technologies which can be deployed for sustainable development of the river Ganga river basin. It was a closed “by-invitation-only” event which was also attended by some foreign invited delegations. Besides Slovenia, there were delegations and companies from over ten other countries worldwide. Slovenia was represented by a strong team of tech and innovative companies including SenLab - the makers of IoTool.

The Summit took place at Vigyan Bhawan (and other locations) in New Delhi, India from 4-7 December 2017.

SenLab signed an MoU – Memorandum of Understanding with the CGanga (Clean Ganga) Initiative which has been set up and is managed by the IIT Kanpur, with close cooperation with the Indian government, represented by the Ministry of Water.

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IoTool Arduino extension

IoTool Arduino extension

We've had the IoTool Arduino extension available on the Google Play Store for some time. The extension allows you to connect an Arduino board with a Bluetooth module to your Android phone running the IoTool application. With the IoTool Arduino library you can turn any Arduino reading into an IoTool compatible Bluetooth stream. The same can be done with any action that your Arduino does - for example turning a servo motor. This allows you to combine sensor readings and actions from Arduino and other devices into a single workflow.

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REST API added to IoTool servers

REST API added to IoTool servers

We have added API REST support to IoTool servers that allows you to interact with the servers without the need for the IoTool mobile app.

Now you can add your own virtual sensors and insert custom measurement results by sending a simple HTTP post containing the necessary data in JSON format!

Feel free to register and look at the full guidelines here.

 

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New IoTool version is available on Google Play

The new version of IoTool is available for download on Google Play

together with upgraded:

What's new:

  • Bug fixes and performance improvements
  • Settings layout for Android 7.0 changed
  • IoTool API improved
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IoTool Cloud now supports two-way synchronization

IoTool Cloud now supports two-way synchronization

The old version of IoTool Cloud service allowed sending sensor readings and audio/video files to the Cloud. This is old news.

The service and the IoTool app have now been updated and thus enable your smartphone to receive data from the Cloud in the form of JSON files. This enables the user to define his own data structure and then parse it as they see fit in their own extension.

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