63 listings. Hardware and software tools and utilities, mainly those helping Thing developers.
Menlo Park, CA. Enables edge computing and microservices development via the ioFog platform. Applications can be run right at the data source rather than transporting it all back to some backend.
Paris, Fra. Offers a content management system for Bluetooth beacons and geofencing applications. The app is able to turn a mobile device into a beacon for testing and development.
An open-source IoT platform for data collection, processing, visualization, and device management, ThingsBoard allows teh user to create rich IoT Dashboards for data visualization and remote device control in real-time.
San Francisco, CA. Provides a comprehensive set of tools and services to get metrics and events data from sensors, devices, systems, machines, containers, and applications. Offerings include the open source time-series database InfluxDB.
Azure IoT Developer Center
Redmond, WA. Connect devices to Azure IoT using open source device SDKs, which support multiple operating systems, such as Linux, Windows, and real-time operating systems, as well as multiple programming languages, such as C, Node.js, Java, .NET, and Python.
Software providing a group of stripped-down Unix tools in a single executable file, BusyBox bills itself as "The Swiss Army Knife of Embedded Linux" and is a common tool for IoT embedded devices. BusyBox has successfully pursued violations of the terms of its GPL license.
A Google open-source operating system, offered in addition to Android, Chrome OS and Brillo. Tagged with "Pink + Purple == Fuchsia," the OS does not rely on the Linux kernel but rather is based on a microkernel called Magenta.
San Francisco, CA. An open source (Apache 2.0 license) project to build a real-time operating system (RTOS) for IoT, hosted as a collaborative project with the Linux Foundation. Downloads include the Zephyr Kernel and the Zephyr SDK.
Boston, MA. A Backend as a Service (BaaS) for the IoT, Onion offers platform and firmware libraries to allow hardware developers to simply and quickly get devices on the Internet. Products are Omega, Cloud and Console.
Oulu, Fin. Started by former Nokia engineers, iProtoXi offers small, modular IoT embedded sensor platforms. The company's Aistin platform is Arduino-compatible; the IndieGoGo campaign raised ~$3,500 of $56,000.
Redmond, WA. An open source project created by Microsoft Open Technologies to help get tiny devices connected to Microsoft Azure, and to take advantage of Microsoft Azure advanced analytic services such as Azure Stream Analytics and Azure Machine Learning.
San Francisco, CA . Offers a suite of hardware and software tools to prototype, scale, and manage Internet of Things products. Also a a Mobile Virtual Network Operator for cellular-connected hardware. Formerly known as Spark.
Los Angeles, CA. The Microduino mCookie is a small, stackable, Arduino-compatible electronics for makers, designers, engineers, students and curious tinkerers of all ages. Kickstarter successfully funded.
Embarcadero RAD Studio
Develop distributed, connected apps that can be deployed across Windows, Android, iOS, OS X, wearables, like Smart Watches and IoT devices like Beacons.
Canonical's stripped-down version of the Ubuntu OS that removes the GUI and other memory hogging modules, enabling powerful IoT applications on devices such as Beaglebone Black or Raspberry Pi. Snappy Ubuntu Core uses transactional updates for increased app security.
San Francisco, CA. Open Garden allows wireless devices (including smart phones, wearables, tablets and laptops) to work together via a mesh network. App developers and device manufacturers access the network via an Open Garden API.
London. SAMs are wireless electronic building blocks connected with the SAM App. The Flow-Based-Programming environment generates code automatically with drag and drop icons. Part of Microsoft Ventures Accelerator.
Microsoft .NET Micro Framework
Redmond, WA. An open source platform by Microsoft Open Technologies that enables devlopers to write managed code C# applications using Visual Studio for resource-constrained embedded devices.
Windows Developer Program for IoT
Redmond, WA. Allows developers to leverage the Windows platform and its diverse hardware ecosystem by utilizing familiar Win32 programming development and debugging tools.
Telephonica's plug'n'play modules (both sensors and actuators) connect right out of the box practically everywhere in the world through mobile connectivity with built-in M2M SIMs.
A portal where developers can learn about Eclipse technologies that make IoT development simpler. Projects include Koneki, Eclipse SCADA, Mosquitto, Paho, Krikkit, Wakaama, OM2M, Eclipse SmartHome and more.
New York, NY. Creates tiny circuit-boards engineered to snap together with magnets. Prototyping can be done with no soldering, no wiring, no programming. Offers an Arduino starter bundle.
Marlborough, MA. By ioBridge. An open source application and API, based on Ruby on Rails 3, to store and retrieve data from things using HTTP over the Internet or via a LAN. Developers can create sensor logging applications, location tracking applications, and a social network of things with status updates
Bangor, Wales, UK. An open-source energy monitoring system that is compatible with the Arduino IDE. Modules can be configured to monitor home energy use, PV systems, solar hot water, hot water tank and water consumption monitoring.
Montreal, QC. A collaborative data analysis and graphing tool, with a free basic plan. plotly.js available for free or with support and licensing plans. APIs available for Python, MATLAB, R, Julia, REST, Arduino, or Perl.
Richardson, TX. An open source low-cost, fan-less single-board computers based on low-power Texas Instruments processors featuring the ARM Cortex-A series core. The BeagleBone Black can run Ubuntu & Android and can be used with virtually any Arduino shield. The Foundation is run as a 501(c) non-profit.
A creation of IBM Emerging Technology, Node-RED is A visual tool for wiring together hardware devices, APIs and online services. The editor runs in a browser such as Chrome or Firefox, and the flows are stored using JSON and can run on Raspberry Pi or BeagleBone Black.
San Francisco, CA. Sells open hardware products (blocks) such as the Ninja Breakout Kit that can control connected devices like light switches, temperature sensors and wireless door contact sensors.
Miami, FL. Using parts like sound sensors, IR sensors, ultrasonic range finders and DuinoBots, Multiplo is a robot-oriented building system with open source software and designs.
Programming platform (language and IDE) optimized for visual design and ease of use. Libraries and Arduino compatibility make this a useful platform for visualizing sensor-based applications and communicating with Things. Managed by the Processing Foundation, a 501(c)(3).
Residing within the Linux Foundation, Tizen is a mobile application development environment, based on HTML5. The open source, standards-based software platform supports devices such as tablets, smartphones, netbooks, in-vehicle infotainment devices, and smart TVs.
New York, NY. MIT-educated engineer Limor "Ladyada" Fried's iconic site is the best place for makers of all ages and skill levels to learn electronics and make well designed products. DIY heaven.
Developed by Kytelabs, this tiny Arduino-compatible development board combines Bluetooth 4.0 (BLE) with open source software. Compatible with standard Arduino shields when combined with Kytelabs' Shield-Shield accessory. Kickstarter 100% funded.
A popular, open-source prototyping platform useful for developing and experimenting with electronics and Things. Using add-ons called Shields, an Arduino board can receive input from sensors and then control devices such as actuators. Arduino has a large community of developers that share ideas on projects.
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