Using Jura code we have developed a Kura’s package to test the efficiency of a device making transactions to the IOTA’s tangle.
Why our proposal is a Trusted IPS for Nursing Homes? Because we believe it is useful and we can deal with the above problems in this area
Ubica (it locates) is another part of Jura and its function is to locate BLE beacons
Graba (it records) is part of Jura and its function is to record datasets.
Taking advantage of Kura 3.1 examples we have developed Faro, a Kura configurable service for BLE Beacons which supports different protocols (iBeacon and Eddystone) as well as diverse working modes (advertiser and scanner)
Taking advantage of the creation of the Git repository for Jura, we made several commits in order to exemplify the process of adapting a Kura application project to the deployment mode recommended here
Until last week we were convinced that our idea was interesting and useful, but during this week we have verified that it is also realizable.
For the Open IoT Challenge 4.0 we propose a “trusted indoor positioning system for nursing homes” but, first of all, it is necessary to ask ourselves, do we know what is this?