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Author's profile photo Ashish Ahire

HCP Iot service – Keyboard Led and Laptop control without RaspberryPi

Everyone knows SAP HANA Cloud Platform has provided many services e.g. – Mobile service , Document service. Everyone has HCP trial account but most of us not explore every service or features of HCP Platform. I was searching something on SCN and found HCP IOT service then i started exploring it  thanks to Rui Nogueira he had posted awesome blogs on HCP IOT.

After reading blogs and documents , i decided to create demo app but issue was didn’t have RaspberryPi device 🙁 . I was thinking can we use existing elements for HCP IOT service 😕   and I got idea to control Keyboard Led and Laptop using HCP IOT and UI5 App so i created this simple demo.

Initial phase my design was –


Used 3 components –

1) Python program –

2) HCP Iot service configuration

3) UI5 app for mobile



Final Execution – Watch this video

I’ll update source code in my github and more information for implementation this simple HCP Iot demo in my blog series.

If anyone doesn’t know about –

HCP Iot –

Raspbeery Pi you can find here

Internet of things –

In my next blog will show you more realistic demo on HCP IOT with Raspberry pi 🙂  

Thanks for reading my blog



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      Author's profile photo Moya Watson
      Moya Watson

      This is awesome!  Many of us want to experiment with IoT but don't have the gadgets (however affordable they are), however we DO have smartphones.  Looking forward to checking this out! thanks for sharing!

      Author's profile photo Ashish Ahire
      Ashish Ahire
      Blog Post Author

      WC Moya Watson 🙂 Thanks for your comments , will post complete detail in my blog series so that whatever difficulties i faced during my learning phase will be suppress for new learners e.g- setup Rpi, iot destinations , python code . 

      Author's profile photo Moya Watson
      Moya Watson

      Awesome.  That will help people who could not yet have experienced Internet of Things start to understand it. Keep us posted and thanks for the contributions!

      Author's profile photo Didier Heck
      Didier Heck

      Hi Ashish,

      Great idea you had there.

      I can't find any code on your Github ! Just a readme file.

      When are you planning to share it ?



      Author's profile photo Ashish Ahire
      Ashish Ahire
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks Didier 🙂

      Earlier i'd put my code but later removed because i felt that was not generic.

      I'm gonna share complete code next week or upcoming weekend with blog series so that people can easily run and execute it .