I am working on End to End setup of FogLAMP to Pi Connector to Pi Server.
Do you have any IIoT dataset, which I can use for testing my setup without any real hardware/sensors. Please share with me.
Rather than asking for someone else's data, what about generating your own and making this a true test environment?
Firstly, what kind of device are you running FogLamp on? If you've installed it on a Raspberry Pi, then you could either attach a cheap sensor via a GPIO pin (and you can get cheap sensors such as a DHT11 temperature and humidy sensor from eBay for just a few dollars), or short of that, get system performance data directly from the Raspberry Pi itself (CPU load & temperature, disk usage, memory usage).
The other issue with your request is that it sounds like you may not fully understand how the microservices architecture of FogLamp works. You need a South plugin that can read data from your source, so you are going to need some form of sensor to generate your data. Or you could probably utilise the HTTP_SOUTH plugin (which is a HTTP listener) and then just create your own random data to publish for this plugin to pick up. Personally, I would use a real sensor for this. In fact, I currently use an Enviro pHAT sensor board attached to a Pi Zero, and will be looking to expand that to some additional inexpensive sensors. FogLamp has a South plugin available for the DHT11 sensor by the way.
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