BERadio at Hiveeyes
BERadio is used as ether transport at the Hiveeyes project. Some specific information related to that is collected here.
Entrypoints to the Hiveeyes system running on
swarm.hiveeyes.org as of 2016-01-29:
After receiving data from radio link channels, a gateway/concentrator machine usually forwards it over IP. At the Hiveeyes system, we use MQTT over TCP/IP. Get an idea about how this works.
Read BERadio messages from serial interface and forward them to the MQTT broker
swarm.hiveeyes.org using the realm
hiveeyes as topic prefix:
beradio forward --source='serial:///dev/ttyUSB0' --target='mqtt://username:firstname.lastname@example.org/hiveeyes'
The MQTT topic name used for publishing is derived from some parameters contained
in the data of the message, the topic template used for this is currently programmed
The actual values will get separated, mapped and formatted in different
variants before republishing them to MQTT.
bemqtt is a basic but convenient MQTT subscriber for setup, testing and debugging.
Subscribe to all messages of the hiveeyes realm:
bemqtt subscribe --source=mqtt://swarm.hiveeyes.org/hiveeyes
Subscribe to messages of a specific network:
bemqtt subscribe --source=mqtt://swarm.hiveeyes.org/hiveeyes/696e4192-707f-4e8e-9246-78f6b41a280f
Subscribe to values of a single sensor:
bemqtt subscribe --source=mqtt://swarm.hiveeyes.org/hiveeyes/696e4192-707f-4e8e-9246-78f6b41a280f/tug22/999/temp1
We are standing on the shoulders of giants. Read about the technologies, standards, protocols and subsystems used for building the whole system at The Hiveeyes system documentation.