Mbed compiler example for communications with Amazon AWS IoT cloud.

Dependencies:   X_NUCLEO_IKS01A1 mbed FP MQTTPacket DnsQuery ATParser

Fork of Nucleo-AWS-IoT by Pavel Savyhin

Introduction

The demo is aimed to STM32 Nucleo board with WiFi and sensors expansions. The board is a "thing" for the AWS IoT service. It updates IoT service shadow with sensors data every second and checks subscription messages.

Hardware Configuration

https://github.com/Klika-Tech/nucleo-aws-iot-demo/raw/master/doc/assets/device.jpg

Software Configuration

WiFi network credential

#include "mbed.h"
// WiFi network credential
#define SSID   ""  // Network must be visible otherwise it can't connect
#define PASSW  ""

Information

Nucleo WiFi module is not the same as your smartphone or laptope - it is based on demo board. To avoid connection problems:

  1. Place Nucleo as close to WiFi hot spot as possible. Or...
  2. Turn on mobile hot spot in your laptop as close to the device as possible.
  3. Make sure that hot spot permits 2.4 GHz band communications

/**********************************************************************************************
***********************************************************************************************
				Device Identity Certificates: Modify for your AWS IoT Thing
***********************************************************************************************
***********************************************************************************************/

/****************************************
(somecode)-certificate.pem.crt - Amazon signed PEM sertificate.
*****************************************/

//This Client cert is example. Use own instead.
const uint8_t clientCRT[] = "\
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----\n\
MIIDBjCCAe6gAwIBAgIUVph856omeIxW3UPioq+UrX1DbwowDQYJKoZIhvcNAQEL\
BQAwTTFLMEkGA1UECwxCQW1hem9uIFdlYiBTZXJ2aWNlcyBPPUFtYXpvbi5jb20g\
SW5jLiBMPVNlYXR0bGUgU1Q9V2FzaGluZ3RvbiBDPVVTMB4XDTE3MDUyNTExNTEy\
OVoXDTQ5MTIzMTIzNTk1OVowgZUxCzAJBgNVBAYTAkJZMQ4wDAYDVQQIDAVNaW5z\
azEOMAwGA1UEBwwFTWluc2sxFzAVBgNVBAoMDktsaWthLVRlY2ggTExDMRcwFQYD\
VQQLDA5LbGlrYS1UZWNoIExMQzEMMAoGA1UEAwwDUm5EMSYwJAYJKoZIhvcNAQkB\
FhdtdmF0YWxldUBrbGlrYS10ZWNoLmNvbTBZMBMGByqGSM49AgEGCCqGSM49AwEH\
A0IABCJgOQJmoTBJVPfli9Hm/JVixaxkY5rtlgrYO3hSl633A2hg0P/ue0wXDbF3\
aQ0X57IRFE4k4FEbr3UXjT/IczKjYDBeMB8GA1UdIwQYMBaAFK3YzTUPlYB2Li75\
i/z8rEogr1d6MB0GA1UdDgQWBBT18HXBaXFJuAR/0SwegnxJ+pyJ6TAMBgNVHRMB\
Af8EAjAAMA4GA1UdDwEB/wQEAwIHgDANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQsFAAOCAQEAb0Ux1aH5\
RLxjrfGqXN6rPVqh8QQRS+AyBfzmaQN8HaPZMkX5WxXLvcn0A3uWlwQxPPkcZ4zf\
51GHtFFQWB4YZ8dx8mUQ0v/j7onHjCJgZ8iDgwOyKMGtnsDZWCakQw+a6cj+NrMZ\
tzhjwCzEEP6ePcbXwErI5OOzLuWns2L/JEr2wWNkokgRuS8ewr/SQ9OLWIWa2rFM\
ahPNTb3y/qBeWdjeJmhI+TOxdqIpsF8roWP25zwo/zkzCHCjXFBrL+0CA4MpxIl9\
x02i7aAhlJ6ys80lDxdeWeeQJXRKkGknP8mcmKn3iEqqJ5s1dQePj2b5d3ldatya\
wsxQBqqZXzIWEw==\
\n\
-----END CERTIFICATE-----\n";



/**********************************************************************************************
***********************************************************************************************
						Private Key: Modify for your AWS IoT Thing
***********************************************************************************************
***********************************************************************************************/

/********************************************************************8****************************************
nucleo.key.pem - client key generated according to readme.
**************************************************************************************************************/

//This Client Key is example. Use own instead.
const uint8_t clientKey[] ="\
-----BEGIN EC PARAMETERS-----\n\
BggqhkjOPQMBBw==\
-----END EC PARAMETERS-----\n\
-----BEGIN EC PRIVATE KEY-----\n\
MHcCAQEEIHPRfWSC8/k/BsqDWKuP15dXsI9fGwpkTIsLZe6mIrAAoAoGCCqGSM49\
AwEHoUQDQgAEImA5AmahMElU9+WL0eb8lWLFrGRjmu2WCtg7eFKXrfcDaGDQ/+57\
TBcNsXdpDRfnshEUTiTgURuvdReNP8hzMg==\
-----END EC PRIVATE KEY-----\n";

Build and Check

  1. Plugin your board to USB of your PC. USB Disk Drive and USB COM Port should appear in your system.
  2. Open any Serial Console, connect it to your USB Serial Port and setup speed equal to 115200.
  3. Compile this Project and save .bin file to USB Disk Drive
  4. After board reset you should see next log in serial console:

X-NUCLEO-IDW01M1 mbed Application

connecting to AP
LOG:   int main() L#361 Connected to WiFI.
LOG:   int connect(MQTT::Client<MQTTWiFi, Countdown, 350, 5> *, MQTTWiFi *) L#186 =====================================
LOG:   int connect(MQTT::Client<MQTTWiFi, Countdown, 350, 5> *, MQTTWiFi *) L#187 Connecting WiFi.
LOG:   int connect(MQTT::Client<MQTTWiFi, Countdown, 350, 5> *, MQTTWiFi *) L#188 Nucleo IP ADDRESS: X.X.X.X
LOG:   int connect(MQTT::Client<MQTTWiFi, Countdown, 350, 5> *, MQTTWiFi *) L#189 Nucleo MAC ADDRESS: 00:11:22:33:44:55
LOG:   int connect(MQTT::Client<MQTTWiFi, Countdown, 350, 5> *, MQTTWiFi *) L#190 Server Hostname: xxxxxxxx.iot.us-east-1.amazonaws.com port: 8883
LOG:   int connect(MQTT::Client<MQTTWiFi, Countdown, 350, 5> *, MQTTWiFi *) L#191 Client ID: Nucleo
LOG:   int connect(MQTT::Client<MQTTWiFi, Countdown, 350, 5> *, MQTTWiFi *) L#194 =====================================
LOG:   int MQTTSocket::getNTPtime(int) L#58 Success receiving time from ntp server. Tick from 1 Jan 1970 is equal to 1505399292.
--->TCP Connected
--->MQTT Connected
--->>>MQTT subscribed to: Nucleo/test
Length - 245, Publishing {"state": {"reported": {"temperature": 23.690001, "humidity": 98.190002, "pressure": 982.869141, "accelerometer": [-0.009000, 0.030000, 0.971000], "gyroscope": [0.420000, -2.660000, 1.750000], "magnetometer": [-3.600000, -7.100000, 53.300000]}}}
Length - 245, Publishing {"state": {"reported": {"temperature": 23.660000, "humidity": 98.010002, "pressure": 982.770264, "accelerometer": [-0.009000, 0.030000, 0.971000], "gyroscope": [0.770000, -2.310000, 1.470000], "magnetometer": [-3.100000, -8.300000, 54.200000]}}}
Length - 245, Publishing {"state": {"reported": {"temperature": 23.670000, "humidity": 98.129997, "pressure": 982.724121, "accelerometer": [-0.008000, 0.029000, 0.971000], "gyroscope": [0.630000, -2.380000, 1.400000], "magnetometer": [-3.100000, -7.900000, 53.400000]}}}
Length - 245, Publishing {"state": {"reported": {"temperature": 23.690001, "humidity": 98.019997, "pressure": 982.840088, "accelerometer": [-0.009000, 0.030000, 0.972000], "gyroscope": [0.700000, -2.450000, 1.540000], "magnetometer": [-3.700000, -7.900000, 53.400000]}}}
Length - 245, Publishing {"state": {"reported": {"temperature": 23.709999, "humidity": 98.040001, "pressure": 982.828613, "accelerometer": [-0.009000, 0.030000, 0.971000], "gyroscope": [0.630000, -2.520000, 1.470000], "magnetometer": [-2.900000, -7.400000, 52.400000]}}}
Length - 245, Publishing {"state": {"reported": {"temperature": 23.719999, "humidity": 97.860001, "pressure": 982.917236, "accelerometer": [-0.026000, 0.103000, 0.891000], "gyroscope": [1.050000, -2.310000, 1.260000], "magnetometer": [-3.300000, -7.100000, 53.500000]}}}

Information

Device connection state might be checked by Green Led on the board. Green light means that device is connected and transferring data to cloud.

  1. Configure and start your dashboard using instruction and corresponding sources from github
  2. Use Blue button to set up markers to charts.
  3. Use AWS IoT console MQTT Client to test device subscription to "Nucleo/test". Just publish any message to this topic and serial port output.
  4. PROFIT!

Files at this revision

API Documentation at this revision

Comitter:
PavelSavyhin
Date:
Thu Sep 14 12:55:12 2017 +0000
Parent:
2:99a00270f53e
Commit message:
Minor update - user notification to update password

Changed in this revision

main.cpp Show annotated file Show diff for this revision Revisions of this file
--- a/main.cpp	Thu Sep 14 12:45:31 2017 +0000
+++ b/main.cpp	Thu Sep 14 12:55:12 2017 +0000
@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@
 // WiFi network credential
 #define SSID   ""  // Network must be visible otherwise it can't connect
 #define PASSW  ""
-//#error "Wifi SSID & password empty"
+#error "Wifi SSID & password empty"
 
 #include "stdint.h"