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Thursday, July 24, 2014

A brief history of the Jubito of Things

When I first started working on this project and had its concept in my mind back in 2010, I had no idea what the Internet of Things (IoT) was. Actually, I'm not even sure if it was defined. So, this is what forced me to start building a platform that would probably inherit that kind of terminology.

I was always fascinated by automations and dreamed of a smart house that would allow devices, sensors, software applications and services to exchange data and finally populate customized environments. These environments would be used for automated tasks or controlled interactively by the user.

Then I decided to start building my own automation systems with various microcontrollers and sensors, scripts and programs to gather information and connect with hardware from other vendors, like IP-Cameras, etc. A lots of other, innovative ideas that came along. The problem I faced back at the time was that. I had a bunch of dispersed stuff that was useful on its own and incapable of operating as a centric block.

To be honest, I didn't have the full picture in my head from the beginning, but eventually it started maturing enough to become a resolver for most of my considerations.

An illustration of the infrastructure...

In this blog you'll find a bunch of tutorials and information about Jubito and how to interconnect your things. I hope to find it amusing and still do not hesitate to ask any guidance if needed.

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