IoT: How We Built Logicify Connected Office (... with a soldering iron)

Logicify CTO, Dmitry Berezovsky, has given a talk at a local software development conference, IT-DAY Kherson 2018. The talk covered Logicify experience building a solution for air quality control in our office. We wanted to share his presentation and a few helpful resources, links to PCB design, and schematics we used to build a connected office at Logicify. 

This page contains helpful resources, links to PCB design, schematics we used to build a connected office at Logicify.

A Grafana dashboard with several numeric parameters showing current air condition at Logicify office split by zones. There are temperature, humidity, CO2 levels, and also a chart of atmospheric pressure for sensitive people.A dashboard showing our office stats. A bit hot, and probably some fresh air wouldn't harm.

A Talk at IT-DAY 2018

Dmitry Berezovsky, Logicify CTO, has given a talk at Kherson local software dev conference IT DAY 2018. The talk covered our experience building a solution for air quality control for Logicify Kherson office. We used widely available components: the platform is based on ESP8266 (ESP-12F) WIFI and MCU, uses a web-configurable EspEasy firmware, custom designed and printed in China PCB, a stack of Home Assistant, Mosquitto (implementation of MQTT server), Telegraf, InfluxDB and Grafana for visualisation.

Dmitry's Slide Deck

Resources

Below is a list of some helpful resources. We have tried to make the design as open and reusable as possible, so that you can create your own version of the solution.

Some helpful links:

Getting in Touch

If you'd like to ask a question, leave some feedback or send any other inquiry to Dmitry, you can reach him at d@logicify.com.

Thank you!

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