The 2-day IoT hackathon in the masters programme “Services Computing” (SCM) has finished. Students were introduced to the Living Lab process and implemented various IoT application use cases using the Bluemix IoT platform. Following the process and for the sake of the hackathon, they started in the exploration phase. Using their know-how from the IoT lecture and other SCM lectures, students presented their ideas conceptionally and as a design for a minimum valuable product (MVP). Finally, this MVP was implemented and demonstrated at the end of the 2nd day of the hackathon.
All projects are publicly available. Checkt out the following links:
- Alexa IoT Assisstant: Using Amazons Alexa Assisstant for GUI-less IoT services
- IoT Lever-Action Coffee Airpot: It measures the current coffee level at HHZ’s coffee pot; share it via app and notify users via Twitter.
- Smart Home: MVP (Minimum Viable Product) services for a home automation system
Thanks to all students from the SCM IoT course of the summer term 2016.