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OpenHAB, Netduino, XBee + sensors

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#1 MosziNet



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Posted 21 September 2015 - 10:00 AM

Hi all,


I've started a project involving OpenHAB, XBee and Netduino [of course :) ] - and while it's early in it's lifecycle and I have many things planned to do, I would really appreciate feedback on this approach. 


A short introduction: currently I'm using OpenHAB in a Docker container on a Synology NAS - OpenHAB being capable of acting as a controller for various devices. If you push a button, you can write a rule in OpenHAB to turn on or off a switch. 


The OpenHAB communicates through MQTT (using Mosquitto in a Docker container) with the Netduino, and the Netduino acts as a gateway between the XBee based sensor network. 


In short this is the architecture:


OpenHAB <-> MQTT w/ Mosquitto <-> Netduino <-> XBee sensor network


The project I've started is on GitHub, I'm planning to add lot's of documentation, schematics, etc. 



I would really like to get some feedback on this approach - and the top of the iceberg would be if somebody would also jump in and help developing this project ;) ?


Let me know your ideas, comments.



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