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February 23, 2011
  • Key points include: software was created by IBM Research; It's a low-footprint platform that can link standard languages like Java with sensor virtual machines; Uses a simulation environment and Web dashboard based on Eclipse; Mote Runner is designed to be a low power app running on an 8-bit processor, 8 KB of RAM and 64 KB of flash memory.
  • <blockquote><p>openAlerts is free, open source software to remotely monitor and control sensors over IP networks. With openAlerts you can configure, control and monitor sensors from a web browser, receive e-mail and text message alerts, and trigger control commands based on sensor conditions.</p><p>openAlerts is based on the simple client/server model. A client, or smart object, is any device that supports IP communications (wired or wireless). The client connects directly to sensors and communicates with the server. The server collects the sensor information, makes it available to your web browser, sends out alerts, and executes control commands.</p><p>openAlerts is a scalable Linux application. Multiple clients and a server can run together on a single board computer (SBC) with as little as 32MB RAM. openAlerts can also scale up to thousands of clients spread across the Internet connected to a central server.</p></blockquote>
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/openalerts/
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    openAlerts is free, open source software to remotely monitor and control sensors over IP networks. With openAlerts you can configure, control and monitor sensors from a web browser, receive e-mail and text message alerts, and trigger control commands based on sensor conditions.
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    openAlerts is based on the simple client/server model. A client, or smart object, is any device that supports IP communications (wired or wireless). The client connects directly to sensors and communicates with the server. The server collects the sensor information, makes it available to your web browser, sends out alerts, and executes control commands.
    </p><p>openAlerts is a scalable Linux application. Multiple clients and a server can run together on a single board computer (SBC) with as little as 32MB RAM. openAlerts can also scale up to thousands of clients spread across the Internet connected to a central server.
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    http://sourceforge.net/projects/openalerts/

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