How to send sensors data to twinzo REST API


Endpoint used to gather discrete data inputs like temperature, humidity, OEE, KPIs, produced pcs, parking slots and many more.
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Sensors | twinzo - Digital Twin

Swagger sensors section 
There is a description of the API for sensor data.

        a. /sensors/sensor-data
            i. Used when the sensor sends data on its own
            ii. The sensor uses login/password to obtain an oAuth token, which is then signed

        b. /sensors/batch
            i. Used when the API, middleware, edge computer sends data for multiple sensors
            ii. An array of sensors is sent, each identified using Login
            iii. A static API key is used for signing.
            Message for sensor data

            Data Properties
            This is a JSON object that contains an array of objects. Each object has six properties:
              - Login: Sensor login field(used as a unique identifier in the batch data POST).
              - Timestamp: A Unix timestamp in milliseconds that represents the time when the data was collected.
              - Quantity: A string that represents the quantity of data collected.
              - Value: A string that represents the value of the data collected.
              - Unit: A string that represents the unit of measurement for the data collected.
              - DataType: A string that represents the type of data collected.
              - ValueOK: A boolean value that indicates whether or not the value of the data collected is valid. If not valid, the sensor will be highlighted in the 3D application.

            Supported data types
             - Byte, SByte
             - Int32, UInt32, Int16, UInt16, Int64, UInt64
             - Single, Double, Decimal
             - Char, String
             - Boolean
             - DateTime

            Every value is passed to the JSON object as a string in parenthesis. Twinzo API is parsing value according to the data type specified. Default datatype is String.
            For example, the Boolean and numeric values will look like this:
                - "Value": "true"
                - "Value": "123"


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