guide-conveyor-simulator - Create a basic conveyor belt with an IoT device that sends monitoring data to Watson IoT Platform on IBM Cloud

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To get started with Watson IoT Platform using a different IoT device, see the Getting started tutorial. Click here to view the IBM Pattern for this project.

https://developer.ibm.com/code/patterns/build-monitor-iot-driven-conveyor-belt
https://github.com/IBM/guide-conveyor-simulator

Dependencies:

body-parser : ~1.15.2
cookie-parser : ~1.4.3
debug : ~2.2.0
express : ~4.14.0
hbs : ~4.0.1
ibmiotf : ^0.2.34
morgan : ~1.7.0
metrics-tracker-client : *
serve-favicon : ~2.3.0

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