In your project you are going to build a system that solves a problem, plan and document the system and its development with several deliverables, and finally present the result in a video.

The requirements are explained on the home page of the subject:

You are free to choose whatever components, framework, architecture and programming language that you like, as long as it ends up in a system that works and fits the requirements described above. However, we might not be able to help you out when you run into technical problems, should you choose to use something that we are not familiar with.

On this page you will find recipes for modules or best practices, that we recommend that you use in your project.

Raspberry Pi / Hardware:
* The Raspberry Pi Box
* General Recipes for Raspberry Pi
* Java Recipes for Raspberry Pi
* Working with a Breadboard
* PIR Motion Sensor
* Adafruit NFC Shield

Coming soon:
– Connecting to the SenseHAT
– Connecting to a web camera
– How to update/restore Raspbian

Data / Communication:
* Create and serve a simple REST API using Django
* Setting up and getting started with a simple MQTT client
* More on MQTT Client Application Development
* The IoT Lab MQTT Broker
* Using the MQTT.fx Application for debugging
* Setting up an SQL database on the Raspberry Pi

Coming soon:
– Setting up your own web server on the Raspberry Pi

Web / Visualization / GUI:
* Intro to Balsamiq Mockups
* Setting up a basic html-page
* Publish a webpage using Dropbox

Coming soon:
– Setting up Freeboard for data visualization

State Machines / Reactive Blocks:
* Reactive blocks
* A lightweight, object-oriented state machine implementation in Python

Bluemix / Node-Red:
* Bluemix (sign up)
* Creating Node-Red application
* Saving to Database Node-Red
* Querying in Database Node-Red
* Using Node-Red og Mongodb på Raspberry pi

Other Cloud services:
* Sending messages to Slack

Coming soon:
– Using Cloudinary as a hosting service for images
– Using Dweet to buffer data from devices