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¡Nuevo curso “Experto en Thinger.io” en Udemy!

*We just launched an online course about thinger.io, 1.5h of content at Udemy. If you are fluent in Spanish we encourage you to take it! We hope to have an English version of the course very soon, so stay tuned! Hace unos días lanzamos un curso completo sobre la plataforma Thinger.io en Udemy y queríamos compartirlo con la comunidad. Este curso ofrece una visión muy páctica de las diferentes técnicas que permiten crear productos conectados en un tiempo récord por medio [...]

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Follow Thinger.io on Social Media!

Are you following Thinger.io on social media? We’d love to have you there! You can find us on Twitter, where we share interesting articles, news about IoT and also company updates! If you love pictures, then Instagram is what you’ll love more. We share new features and important updates about the platform but also projects using Thinger.io and cool pictures! Maybe you are into the old-school social media and love Facebook, so guess what? We are also [...]

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Thinger.io will be participating in the WEB SUMMIT 2018

For the last years, WEB SUMMIT has been the main technology event in Europe. The 2018 edition will take place in Lisbon, Portugal as it has been taking place for the last three years. The topic of this conference that has been held annually since 2009 is centered on Internet Technology. WEB SUMMIT gathers the founders and CEOs of technology companies, fast-growing startups, policymakers and heads of state, last year, around 59.000 attendees came from more than 160 different countries. Thanks [...]

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New Integration: Arduino MKR 1010 WiFi

The developer and maker environment has just taken a great leap thanks to the presentation of the new Arduino MKR 1010 WiFi. More and more often, companies use these kinds of devices to create their firsts MVPs, as they are really easy to use and allows a fast deployment. That’s why we just updated our thinger.io library. Now it is easier than ever to connect your Arduino MKR 1010 WiFi to the thinger.io server. The Arduino MKR 1010 WiFi is the newest version of [...]

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New Dashboard Features

For the last few weeks, we have been working on creating some new dashboard features that are now available in a beta version. Some of these new features and widgets have been requested by thinger.io clients; but, as always, they revert back to the community and will be available very shortly in the platform. Right now, the new features and widgets are live in a beta version, and we will let you know when they are ready to be launched [...]

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Node-RED Integration

Date: Expected to be released in September Component: Node-RED Release Note: After several months without publishing our progresses here, we want to to start sharing our updates here as before. Today we have to announce that we are working in a library for Node-RED that allows working with Workflows, adding a vast amount of capabilities and interoperability to Thinger.io ecosystem. Some of the expected features (nodes) for Node-RED in the first release: Read/subscribe to device data Send data to a device Call an endpoint Read/Write data bucket Read [...]

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Thinger.io uses Ubuntu Core & snaps for easy IoT deployment

Thinger.io is a Spanish start up founded in 2015 who aim to enable any developer or organisation to develop IoT applications across a range of sectors, with examples including smart cities, Industry 4.0 and energy monitoring. Thinger.io has already grown to have 10,000 registered users of their platform but with such growing demand, they needed a quicker way to deliver their systems and applications. With a philosophy of using flexible and open technologies, Thinger.io discovered snaps as their ideal [...]

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New Bucket Export Formats for IoT Analytics

In Thinger.io, you can use data buckets to store and export any time-series data from your IoT devices. At this moment, the platform allowed to use this information in a web dashboard, or export the information in CSV format for offline analysis. In our experience with some research centers, we have learned that CSV format is great, as it is quite standard, but the timestamp information provided by the platform (unix timestamp) was not quite useful or standard, at [...]

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Creating real-time IoT dashboards for Sigfox devices

In the latest server update, we released a new feature, called Access Tokens, which allows controlling the access to our Thinger.io resources from the REST API. It is quite similar to the Identity and Access Management (IAM) from Amazon Web Services, in the way you can specify what kind of resource and what action you want to grant access. This feature, opens the platform to a new different level of integration. In this case, we are delighted to expose a new [...]

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