Siconia is a Multi-purpose device powered by Sagemcom and connects to the cloud using LoRa connectivity. This device applies to dozens of use cases with a flexible API, and can be customized with a Javascript interface. 

The Siconia is a compact device that may contain embedded temperature, humidity, accelerometer, pressure/barometer, and gyroscope sensors. With dozens of possible applications, this device is ideal with the machineQ LoRa network to capitalize on Comcast's low cost data rates and long range reliability. 

Following this guide you will be able to push incoming data from the multi-purpose Siconia hosted by machineQ to Ubidots Cloud for data visualization, analysis, and engagement.

Requirements

Step-by-step

  1. Ubidots Setup
  2. MachineQ Setup
  3. Siconia Setup
  4. Reviewing data in Ubidots

1. Ubidots Setup 

Follow the step "Ubidots Setup" provided in the article below:

2. machineQ Setup 

Follow the step "machineQ Setup" provided in the article below:

3. Siconia Setup

This guide assumes that your Siconia Sagemcom has been delivered pre-configured and transmitting data correctly to machineQ. For additional support in your device setup, please consult Sagemcom Support.

4. Veryify data in Ubidots

At this point, once your Siconia Device sends data through machineQ to Ubidots, it will be decoded by the UbiParser tool and posted in your Ubidots account. To verify your data is received, follow the steps below:

1. Open the Logs of your individual machineQ parser by pressing the "log" icon to verify that data is received.

Expected response:

2. Verify that data is received as variables in the Device section of the Device Management tab in your App's navbar. Here you will find the new device with the DevEUI assigned to the new device:

3. [OPTIONAL] If you desire to change the device name to a more friendly one reference this guide. Further, the device icon modification will also give you a quick identifier. To learn more reference this quick start icon guide click here.


Now it's time to develop your BI application with machineQ and Ubidots:

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