Open source IoT from device to dashboard
Zibawa integrates other open source software to form a complete software stack for IoT.
Using Zibawa along with Grafana, rabbitMQ, InfluxDB and OpenLDAP you can run a secure end to end IoT management system.
Zibawa is built in Django framework using Python 3
Devices and their related channels are created, and information about what the channel is measuring is added.
MQTT message testing
Different message formats can be tested on web interface to ensure they can be interpreted and visualized in the dashboards correctly.
MQTT message interpreting and enrichment
Timestamps are parsed from messages or added. Channel data is added to the message values as indexable tag Hooks enable further data to be added to the stored message, for example, a mqtt message containing an RFID tag would be stored along with information about (for example) the production batch, part number relating to the tag.
MQTT message storage
Messages are stored on the configured database backend. Currently comptible with InfluxDB and elasticsearch
Kura CloudService interpreter
Kura is an [open source gateway project] . Kura by default sends messages using google protocol buffers. Zibawa includes a decoder to enable you to use Kura cloud service "out of the box".
Device authorization and security
All devices are authorized using encrypted passwords stored on openLDAP. All communications are encrypted using TLS.
Web tools enable you to monitor the different parts of the stack to ensure they are running and configured to work together.
*Industrie 4.0 *Industrial machinery monitoring *RFID traceability
Documentation and Installation
Contribution and Participation
Contributions and participation in the project are welcome!