Dear valued clients and partners,
[5 November]: XinaBox is pleased to announce our partnership with ALSO AllThingsTalk. We have teamed up to provide expert and non-expert users with a simple way to explore the Internet of Things (IoT) by creating smart devices and IoT systems. In attempting to explore and leverage Big Data and IoT technologies, many users still face a complex landscape of hardware, software and IoT services. By integrating XinaBox hardware (that anyone can assemble in seconds) and AllThingsTalk’s Maker platform (providing IoT tools to collect, connect, visualise and use the data) we have greatly improved and streamlined the user experience, making it easier for beginners to get started and for experts to get productive.
Developers are looking for best-in-class tools and building blocks to create their IoT solutions. AllThingsTalk Maker+ has been developed with just that in mind. Leveraging all capabilities of AllThingsTalk Cloud, Maker+ offers developers the platform they need to develop professional IoT solutions.
Topics: New Features
IoT projects have a tendency to grow rapidly and include a large number of devices sending massive amounts of data to the cloud. To effectively manage such projects, it is important to have a clear understanding of the current status.
Topics: New Features
- Introducing Earl - The New Rule Engine from AllThingsTalk
Date: Thursday, July 25, 2019
Time: 04:00 PM (CEST)
The true value of IoT projects is realised not when the data is received on the cloud but when decisions are taken based on that data. These decisions can be as simple as notifying the correct people in case something is going wrong (or right), to as complex as controlling devices on the network based on signals received from other devices.
Let's connect, collect, visualise and use data to build your first IoT project! Come along to AllThingsTalk Arduino/Pi Day where you can find out what IoT is all about.
What to expect?
If you want to get started, have an IoT project you want to take forward or just want to spend some time to play around the IoT technologies.
Three levels of fun!?
- Level 1: All it takes is 5 mins to turn your smartphone into an IoT device to see your own IoT data. (No need to sign up)
- Level 2: Raspberry Pi board with WiFi to build a smart LED device controlled by your smartphone. Sign up if you are interested!
- Level 3: Building an Arduino LPWAN air quality solution. Sign up if you are interested!
- Wildcard: Using some of our boards and sensors to build more elaborated IoT prototypes
Who is it for?
Anyone! Hobbyists, families, artists, engineers, professionals and complete beginners too!
TIME: 10AM - 5PM, MARCH 15
PLACE: CO.STATION GENT BUS 201, OKTROOIPLEIN 1, GENT, BELGIUM
We're partnering up with our friends at Co. Station Gent who are kindly hosting the event with us! Please feel free to drop in any time from 10am till 5pm to discover the numerous projects using Arduinos and Raspberry Pi with LPWAN Technologies!
Hope to see you there!
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