My name is Daniel Berenguer and I'm the founder of panStamp, an open source project designed to measure and control things wirelessly. The project consists of panStamps, small wireless boards programmable from the Arduino IDE, and a set of libraries and software tools used to configure wireless networks and hook them to the IP world.
Lagarto is our open controller software. Following a client-server architecture, Lagarto links our wireless networks to any IP network, provides a web interface for viewing and controlling values, manages web-configurable events and pushes wireless M2M data to multiple cloud data services (Pachube, ThingSpeak and open.sen.se).
I recently posted a short review about the integration of panStamps, Lagarto and OpenRemote:
And another post explaining how to create events from the web interface:
As you can see, the project has required us to do an enormous work, including documentation and promotion, and I'm proud to say that most of the work is completed. However, there are still some things to do before going commercial. One of these remaining tasks is the creation of different base boards for panStamps which will include sensors and actuators for home automation applications. Because of this, we are running a campaign on indiegogo in order to get funds for the project:
Thanks for having taken the time to read this long post :-)
Edited by estratos, 01 May 2012 - 11:37 AM.