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Real-time online websites

Postby Bwired » Fri Dec 29, 2006 1:02 pm

Hi all,
In this topic all the realtime on line websites from members of domoticaforum Europe are listed. So if you have a site and want us all to see and learn from it, also Homeseer users are very welcome.... list it here!
Thanks Pieter

Bwired http://www.bwired.nl
Hovtec http://hovtec.no-ip.com/begin.php
Hekkers http://www.hekkers.net
DJ http://www.domoticaworld.com
Computercity http://domotica.computercity.be
Kets's http://weather.si.pri.ee
Wiredhouse NL http://www.wiredhouse.nl
Dan Klein http://www.klein.com/thermd
Wiredhouse FR http://www.wiredhouse.fr
Peevee http://www.mcsdomotica.net.tf/
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Postby Digit » Sun Jan 14, 2007 11:28 pm

Hi,

Take a look here: http://www.hekkers.net

Don't expect too much, this site is only 2 days old... [:)]
Any comments are welcome!

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Robert.
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Postby Willem4ever » Mon Jan 15, 2007 1:31 pm

[url="http://www.willem4ever.net/Dev/"]Here[/url] is mysite, also far from complete. Next two hardware interfaces coming up are gas - and electricity meter. The layout needs brushing up, i.e. a complete overhaul. Experiments with AJAX are being conducted, sofar results look promising.
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Postby ktruyens » Wed Jan 17, 2007 12:06 am

http://domotica.computercity.be
hope to join the gang soon. System is expected to be online mid february latest march 2007
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Postby Robbert » Tue Jan 23, 2007 5:11 pm

Hi Everyone,

Not exactly the same as the other websites, but I log my solar system performance (solar-thermal). I'm very interested in adding more to this system, but being strapped for time usually it can be a little slow... For now, I am monitoring in-home and outdoor temperature/humidity using Sensirion SHT-71 sensors as well, but not yet publishing those online. Ultimately I would like to add electricity and water monitoring as well, but I'm still looking for ways to do that economically..

My website is www.green-quest.com if you want to check it out! :)

Enjoy! :)
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Postby klone » Mon Mar 12, 2007 4:30 am

Try http://www.klein.com/thermd/ - it has my house, weather, etc., and free logging/graphing software for you to use that supports a huge variety of data collectors and sensors.
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Postby emaison » Wed Apr 18, 2007 5:13 pm

Hi all,

Some of my website is in english, mostly the "command the house" part.
You are welcome to have a look at http://www.e-maison.com
Enjoy

visit zee e-maison http://www.e-maison.com
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Postby cedriclocqueneux » Mon Jun 04, 2007 8:17 am

Hi all !

Can you replace http://82.229.119.180/domo by the new adress http://www.locqueneux.com , please ?
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Postby ketas » Fri Jul 06, 2007 11:58 pm

I guess my site could fit here. Yes, I know that there's nothing to see currently, but it will evolve. I have lot of ideas to realize. I really want to have house like Bwired's, complete with flush counter.

URL: http://weather.si.pri.ee/
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Postby Digit » Sat Aug 25, 2007 11:50 pm

Hi,
I've been busy today... finally installed the 2 watermeters i already had for a long time. The data from the meter for total water usage is being logged as of today 21:10. Charts are available on the website (on the Dev-page, for now).

Robert
http://www.hekkers.net

PS.
Water usage was very high during the first hours; this is not a bug, i'm refilling the swimming pool [:D]
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Postby wiredhouse.nl » Sun Sep 02, 2007 11:09 am

Hi,

I've also a realtime website.
Take a look here: http://www.wiredhouse.nl

Frank

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Postby b_weijenberg » Sun Sep 02, 2007 2:13 pm

Hi Frank,

Nice site! Especially the registration of products added and removed from the fridge is a very nice implementation. Some time ago I had plans to implement this but there was always some other stuff that needs my attention.

The barcode scanning is the right way and when RFID will be used it will be even simpler to scan the food. It would be nice if there is a shared database available on the internet where people can retrieve the product description of scanned barcodes with the option to add unknown products. (Pieter?? ;-)
Another important item to use would be the “Best Before” (THT in Dutch) and “Use By” (TGT in Dutch) dates. Products with an expired “Use By” date must be thrown away while the consumption of products with an expired “Best before” date can be consumed, though not advisable. Examples of “Use By” products are meat, fish, pate, shrimp etc. and “Best Before” products are tinned vegetables, etc.
After scanning enter this expiration date also to the product in the fridge database. If you add an indicator in the barcode database if the product uses a THT or a TGT date you will be able to set an alarm on a product that it needs to be consumed.

Another option is to add a temperature sensor to the fridge. The best temperature is 4 ºC with a max of 7 ºC.

Bert
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Postby klone » Tue Nov 13, 2007 5:41 pm

Check out http://www.klein.com/thermd/ and click on the graphs. These have been live for about 7 years :-)
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Postby DarioG » Wed Dec 26, 2007 12:15 am

Here it goes my home
http://adpm.homeip.net


Ciao, Dario
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Postby Bwired » Sat Dec 29, 2007 4:37 pm

Hi Dario,
Visited and added your site to the above list!
The online sites are growing and that is nice to see!
Ciao, Pietro
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