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Raptor

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About

Raptorbox is a complete open-source solution for Rapid Prototyping of application for the Internet of Things (IoT) with a beautiful graphical user interface that enables the user to have a concrete view of the platform.

It is composed of a set of Restful HTTP APIs and an MQTT broker to create a reactive stream of data and action triggers for your devices. Its GUI enables users with better management and complete view of your devices with the data.

Raptorbox is equipped with node-red to enable rapid decision logic based on data and effective actions on devices.

Pre-requisite

Requirements

Raptor requires a minimum of 4GB of RAM to run slightly.

Required software

For a quick installation, you only need both Docker and Docker Compose installed on your pc.

  1. Docker
  2. Docker-compose See the official Docker guide to install them by clicking on them.

For example on an Ubuntu or Debian box as root you can install with:

curl -sSL https://get.docker.com/ | sh
adduser `whoami` docker
sudo apt-get install python-pip -y && sudo  pip install docker-compose

Getting Started

  1. Clone the repository
  2. run docker-compose up in the root folder
  3. open http://localhost:80/ on your browser.

Some useful commands to see more about the platform docker instance

docker-compose ps to          //view the process status
docker-compose logs -f        //to view the logs

Suggested configurations

For a development setup just use docker-compose to start the services with the default settings

For public-facing services, ensure to update the default passwords in config/raptor.yml in the user's section

5 minute tutorial

A quick tutorial can be downloaded from here to control and stream data from your devices.

Documentation

You can have a look to the documentation hub

Credits

Raptor is a project by the OpenIoT area of FBK/CREATE-NET in the wonderful Trentino, Italy.

Get in touch if you want to know more about Raptor or our other IoT projects.

We have launched an IoT training program as well. If you are interested in learning more about IoT, this is a best chance to learn about new IoT tools and technologies.

License

Copyright FBK/CREATE-NET http://create-net.fbk.eu

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