Since their humble origins in industrial automation, machine to machine (M2M) protocols have served as the common tongue used by machines to communicate with each
Overview Data logging abounds in the world of embedded systems. Between the burgeoning field of IoT and the broader spectrum of embedded devices as a
Photo Credit: Reddit User, Beanful (https://www.reddit.com/user/Beanful) The Internet of Things has opened the proverbial floodgates (of data) and is redefining the high-water mark daily. Massive
NetBurner’s founders started twenty years ago as unassuming pioneers in the much later named Internet of Things (IoT). Our mission then and now was to make network-enabling hardware and devices a snap for industrial engineers and product designers.
In hindsight, one could call this earlier era in networking-enabling or IP-enabling widgets “IoT 1.0”. Now that IoT 2.0 is in full swing it’s exciting to look forward on where else this fantastic journey will go from a macroeconomic perspective. In this post, we’re featuring two articles that summarize the market drivers and economic forecasts as we move ever closer to a nearly inevitable IoT 3.0. We think it is an important read for our forward-thinking community.
Imagine you have to deploy a dozen various devices throughout a factory floor. These consist of Linux PCs, low power embedded devices, a mobile phone app, simple sensors, and a remote database. Some devices are connected through Ethernet, while other more remote devices utilize a cell network to occasionally phone home. The problem you now have is, how do I get these devices communicating with each other in real time? MQTT is an ISO standard protocol used to solve this problem.