After the success of the ESP82266, espressif have developed a brand new device called ESP32, which is much more powerful and supports dual WiFi and Bluetooth connections. There are some dev kits ready for it use, and the espressif team is working in adding support from the Arduino IDE in their Github page. Some specs about this
In this post we want to introduce a new feature released in the latests server updates and Arduino libraries (starting at 2.5.0). This feature is related to inter-device communication in real-time, both for devices of the same account, or devices from different accounts. In Thinger.io, it is possible that devices can communicate between
In July, we were teaching some IoT in the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM – Madrid, Spain), thanks to the Samsung Tech Institute initiative. This month we will provide another IoT course (50 hours) to introduce Internet of Things hardware, and different IoT patterns like sensing, actuating, interaction with services, events reaction, communication between devices,
In the last console update (1.3.0), we have introduced some new features to improve the development of different clients for interacting with the devices connected to the IoT platform. In this case, we have enabled the Show Query feature that was available in the Device API. This feature will display the
In this post we will introduce some new features about securing the Internet of Things, like in our previous post, Securing the Internet of Things, where we introduced SSL/TLS support for the Arduino MKR1000. In this case we are working with the well-known ESP8266, and YES! it supports also secure TLS connections to our Internet of Things platform.
Nowadays, almost all Internet of Things platforms out there are basically servers to store information from devices. It is quite common to see “IoT platforms” that are relying on the same Web technology used during the last decade, but now to communicate with the IoT devices. In this framework, the small