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Monitor an SMT Assembly Line | Developer Portal : ThingWorx

Guide Concept

This project will introduce methods to creating your IoT application with the ability to analyze real time information as the goal.

Following the steps in this guide, you will create an IoT application with the ThingWorx Java SDK that is based on the functioanlity of an SMT assembly line.

We will teach you how to use the ThingWorx Java SDK, ThingWorx Composer, and the ThingWorx Mashup to connect and build a fully functional IoT application running numerous queues and "moving parts".

Guide Info

Level Intermediate
Est. Time 60 Minutes
Published March 20, 2019
Author Jason Johnson

You'll learn how to

    • Use ThingWorx Composer to build an application that uses simulated data
    • Track diagnostics and performance in real-time
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Things used in this guide

Environment:

This guide requires a connection to the ThingWorx Foundation.

It assumes that you are utilizing the hosted Foundation server.

This guide could also be run through with the downloadable trials, but some instructions could require modification.

Software components:
Previous knowledge:

MONITOR AN SMT ASSEMBLY LINE

Outline
  • Step 1: Completed Example
  • Step 2: Run Application
  • Step 3: Services and Java Implementation
  • Step 4: Implement New Features
  • Step 5: Next Steps