[12 December]: XinaBox is pleased to announce the partnership with OKdo. 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 the OKdo Cloud (powered by AllThingsTalk) (connect your things and interact with them for free) we have greatly improved and streamlined the user experience, making it easier for beginners to get started and for experts to get productive.
XinaBox is launching three IoT kits that give you access to this seamless integration with OKdo Cloud:
XK01 Starter Kit is a programmable weather station, based on the ESP8266 core with weather and light sensors, and a mini-OLED display
XK19 IoT Starter Kit comes with weather sensor and low voltage actuator, plus mini-OLED display, based on the popular ESP32 core
XK70 LoRaWAN IoT Starter Kit contains everything needed to build two LoRaWAN smart devices with sensors including GPS, low voltage actuator, and mini-OLED display
OKdo is a new global technology company from Electrocomponents (LSE:ECM) set to disrupt single board computer (SBC) and IoT segments. Offering a unique combination of hardware, software, development support, manufacturing services and community projects, it is the world’s first business uniquely focused on meeting the rapidly evolving needs of SBC and IoT customers, from makers and entrepreneurs to industrial designers, educators and resellers. For more information: www.OKdo.com
About ALSO AllThingsTalk
ALSO AllThingsTalk develops and markets a scalable Internet of Things product platform which can be used as an agile prototyping environment, as well as full-service roll-out of connected products. It lets you connect hardware over a variety of networks and seamlessly manages devices and users, organising access, visualisation and usage of the collected data. For more information: www.allthingstalk.com