Electronics enthusiasts, developers and hobbyists may be interested in a new piece of hardware created by IWScope which takes the form of a wireless Internet of Things bridge offering WiFi 802.11 I2C Controller, Dual UART, 4 Channel ADC/GPIO In/Out and 2 Channel DAC. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the development board which offers open application source C++/WPF on Windows, Linux and Android, that can be modified by users to suit their exact requirements and application.
Available via Kickstarter the fully tested miniature wireless Internet of Things development board is available to back from $19 or roughly £14, with worldwide shipping expected to take place during July 2018. “This is WiFi IoT board which can communicate with variety of sensors. We developed reliable protocol over ESP8266 WIFI Serial AT module. In our board we use STM32L4(Miniature) and STM32F4(Regular) device for this hardware. User can call three function to collect sensor data.”
– Connect to device (Automatic discovery of device is built in protocol)
– Call library function either analog/i2c/uart/gpio
– Wait for asynchronous reply to come back.
– Multiple sensor can communicate at same time.
– Beauty of framework is IoT board can send message when trigger event happens which may be Motion sensor or any other input.
To make a pledge to be one of the 1st to own the new Internet of Things wireless development board jump over to the official crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.
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