Interactive, user friendly, charts for each sensor attached to the system.
Support for csv reporting generation and export.
Email alert on system errors or values threshold.
User friendly interface to schedule and monitor recurring tasks.
All sensors data are internally logged for years with a resolution to the second.
User interface to perform manual actions like switching loads on and off.
Automated reactions based on time windows and threshold values.
Monitor the status of the system from everywhere.
The system automatically check its health status and react according to failures.
Sensei Open Source Things Server is a project with a big ambition: take the most of embedded platforms like Arduino and Raspberry and make it available to every maker around the world.
This will require a big effort to evolve and be maintained. We are at a good point, with a working system and the prototype stage pretty much completed, but we need your help!
Want to become part of early beta user group? Want to build one of our Sensei Things and try it at work? Want to contribute to the development or documentation of Sensei?
Contact us using the module below and you'll be welcome in the Sensei Community.
Main features developed and major issues fixed. Good reliability of the system.
System testing on different scenarios, minor issues solved. High reliability of the system.
Setup instructions, usage guide and developers guidelines available and reviewed.
Codebase consolidated and made public. Dev community has started. A user base has been built.
– Automated watering.
– Ultrasonic humidifier.
– RGB lightening.
– local AP with web interface.
– two environments – two sensors lines
We are proud to announce that the Sensei Cell project has won the Intel “Make It” contest at MakerFaire 2015 in Rome. Eight fablab from all around Italy competed for the best project realized with an Intel Edison Dev Kit. Sensei Cell, developed within FabLab Palermo has won the contest gaining the First Prize.
Checkout the instructables here
Two bicycles can compete for a run on google map in a new Sensei based project. The installation will be presented at Mobidixit Palermo 2015 http://palermo.mobilita.org/2015/07/27/arriva-a-palermo-mobydixit-2015/
Sensei Cell is a “Sensei Thing” project build within FabLab Palermo that will compete on the Intel Talent contest initiative within the next MakerFaire. It will be in Rome October 16-18. http://www.makerfairerome.eu/it/intel-lancia-il-talent-contest/