exosite as a way to solve IoT problems
One of the many problems in the IoT field is the data publishing section. Big amount of data and, sometimes, a weak security. A good opportunity is a public, trustworthy, cloud service like Exosite.
Exosite looks like a wonderful platform that comes at great price:
- The free developer account includes 2 devices and 1 user. Extra: + Device Key – $2/month + User Access – $7/month + SMS Text – $0.03/tex
- The whitelabel account costs $100/month and allows you to deliver IoT services to the users under your domain name (TLD).
Exosite IoT enabled Development Kits and projects:
http://exosite.com/solutions/development-kits/ lists AVR/Arduino, Microchip, Renesas, Synapse, TI, but is possible to create “generic devices” with any other platforms.
Renesas (RX62N RDK): https://renesas.exosite.com
TI: Connected LaunchPad https://support.exosite.com/hc/en-us/articles/200778084-EK-TM4C1294XL-Connected-LaunchPad
API & Support
https://github.com/exosite/exoline Application that allows the use of Exosite API commands from a CLI
https://support.exosite.com/hc/en-us/categories/200010998-Getting-Started-Support-Basics Getting Started Guide
TI Chronos & Py
- Silicon Labs to Acquire Sigma Designs December 13, 2017Deal focused on Z-Wave technology; Silicon Labs intends to divest or shutter other product lines.
- Karamba Says It Can Protect CAN December 13, 2017Thus far, Trillium has been the sole voice promoting 30-year-old CAN bus protection. Now Karamba Security is in the game, claiming it better because SafeCAN authenticates a CAN bus-based network with "zero network overhead."
- IoT Markets to Watch in 2018 December 13, 2017Predictive maintenance and asset tracking are two big IoT markets to watch in 2018 because they will provide real efficiencies and improved safety.