New software for Arduino and Raspberry Pi

Hello world!

This is my first post :slight_smile: Let me just say that this is such a great community! The posts here saved my bacon more times than I can remember.

I was part of an EU government founded accelerator for IOT software development. We put together some nice software for Arduino and Raspberry and would like the feedback from the DIY community which we respect so deeply.

To quickly sum up what it’s all about:
Web interface programming – program your Arduino and raspberry to automate anything you like without writing a line of code.
We first developed it for aquaponics and high-tech gardens – but we created a software applicable to any other need for monitoring and control.

Detailed description:
Sensors, switches, relays connected to Arduino <-> Arduino is connected to Raspberry pi via USB and communicates in modbus protocol <-> Raspberry pi is running win10iot and is connected to browser interface via Orion context broker.

Everything is then done in the browser interface…

- We have interactive dashboard with sensor data and device state summary

- Add devices and sensors via browser interface.

- Add new controlling rules with a few clicks. (example - sensor dallas temperature sensor, device led, rule turn on led if temperature > 30 and led is off). The rule gets sent to raspberry pi which then controls the arduino accordingly.

- Use math, formulas and variables to solve problems.

- Log everything and visualize data.

- Send emails, SMS and alerts
- Operational even without internet connection

We are searching for users experienced with Arduino and Raspberry, willing to invest some time to test the software and help us with debugging. If you are interested, send us an email on info@ponnod.com stating your interest with a short description of your previous experience.
We are giving away 100 beta user accounts on first come first served basis, so hurry up! 50 accounts are only for web interface testing (virtual mode, no hardware) and 50 are for complete system testing (real mode, with hardware).

That’s about it. Any comments/questions in this thread or via email are welcome and I will do my best to answer them in the shortest time possible.
Have fun with your projects!

We are giving away 100 beta user accounts on first come first served basis, so hurry up! 50 accounts are only for web interface testing (virtual mode, no hardware) and 50 are for complete system testing (real mode, with hardware).

You are giving away 50 complete systems? Excellent. What is included?

Unfortunately no :frowning: Sorry maybe I was unclear...

Software can be run in virtual mode (no hardware connected) or real mode (hardware connected). What we offer is access to 50 beta user accounts for virtual mode and 50 beta user accounts for real mode. We were hoping beta users already have access to required hardware since it is all open-source and available for low price.