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tldr; I'm going to say that Cassandra is probably the better choice for you. may be lots of sensors including Camera for photos or Videos] - Where data flow is huge. Due to its log-based nature, tracking sensor data is a good use case for Cassandra. The ability to handle large amounts of write throughput is a strength of Cassandra, and you can scale ...


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Here are basic comparisons of some protocols mentioned above: Messaging Technologies for the Industrial Internet and the Internet of Things Whitepaper (PDF) Internet of Things: protocols war! Choosing Your Messaging Protocol: AMQP, MQTT, or STOMP IoT Protocol Wars: MQTT vs CoAP vs XMPP Beyond MQTT: A Cisco View on IoT Protocols Understanding The Protocols ...


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What kind of protocol(s) are you using? If RPL is an option, then you can quickly start with Contiki OS, which has a simulator (Cooja) to run your experiment. NS2 (for Linux) is a much more open and general simulator with very big capabilities.


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Fix for a bad SSID on a sonoff tasmota device. I used a raspberry pi with wifi for these steps. Your mileage may vary. sudo apt install aircrack-ng wireshark-gtk Good idea to reboot now Disconnect from any wifi networks. Disconnect from any wired networks. sudo airmon-ng check kill This will kill wpa supplicant and a couple of other processes. Repeat step ...


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So far, I've been analyzing Thingsboard which: Supports MQTT, CoAP out of the box Extensible widget library Drill down dashboards An optional Gateway that can be used to integrate legacy devices


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