BMO data importing, onward to Oscar

It took longer than I had planned for, but I now have a client that polls Building Manager Online for data every 15 minutes, and inputs that data into WattDepot, where it can be displayed in a Google Visualization API graph. Discovered that Saunders’ Acquisuite box is set to only upload meter data every hour, so the graphed data is not as fresh as it could be.

This week has a singular focus: implement all the WattDepot functionality required to support the first ICS 413/613 assignment on WattDepot. Philip has written up the assignment, and now it is just a matter of implementation.

Philip got Google PowerMeter working with his TED 5000, which is cool. Hopefully we can extract data directly from PowerMeter, thus avoiding the need to reconfigure firewalls to allow direct access to the TED.

Plans from last week:

  • Finish WattDepot client for Building Manager Online
    • done, finally
  • Implement input client for OSCAR data
    • in progress, should be done by end of day on Monday
  • Write API for Power resource
    • not done
  • Write API for Carbon resource
    • not done
  • Start implementing Power resource
    • not done

Other accomplishments from last week:

Pointers to work products:

Plans for this week:

  • Finish input client for OSCAR data
  • Design and implement Source summary resource
  • Implement GET SensorData for a range of times
  • Design and implement Power resource GET for a timestamp
  • Design and implement Energy resource GET for a range of times
  • Design and implement Carbon resource GET for a range of times
  • Implement virtual sources

Cool links:

  • None to report.
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