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IoT device programming, edge computing, C++


How to access and control your Thing remotely – and securely.

Linux-based single-board computers like the Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, RED Brick, UDOO, Galileo or Cubieboard are very popular choices in the Maker scene for building all kinds of devices needing plenty of computing power and internet connectivity – the Things in the so-called Internet of Things. And not just in the Maker scene – these low-cost, […]

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Meet us at Internet of Things – From Sensor to Cloud, October 22, Munich

Günter Obiltschnig will talk at the German “Internet of Things – Vom Sensor bis zur Cloud” event on October 22 in Munich about programming IoT gateway devices in JavaScript using macchina.io. Take the opportunity to meet us there and talk to us about how we can help you bring your next IoT project to success.


Sierra Wireless Innovation Summit, June 17, Paris

Meet Günter Obiltschnig at the Sierra Wireless Innovation Summit, a full-day IoT Innovation conference in Paris on June 17. Günter will demo macchina.io, the new super-awesome POCO-based platform for building IoT gateways and devices. The event features technical and business tracks, plenty of real-life use cases, an exciting showroom with 15+ live IoT demos, and […]


macchina.io at Global IoT Day Event Vienna

Günter Obiltschnig gave a talk titled Building IoT Applications With macchina.io And Tinkerforge at the Vienna Global IoT Day Event where he gave a quick introduction to both macchina.io and Tinkerforge, and then demonstrated how to build an application that collects various sensor measurements, visualizes them on a local website and performs various actions, such […]


macchina.io Update

Development of macchina.io is progressing nicely and we’re approaching the first release. macchina.io is now on GitHub and today the new website for macchina.io has been launched.


Sierra Developer Day Video and macchina.io Update

Over at the Sierra Wireless Developer Blog the nice folks at Sierra Wireless have posted a video of me giving a demo of early macchina.io (back still known as the IoT Framework) at the Sierra Wireless Developer Day 2014 in Paris last June. A lot has happened since then. Macchina.io has made great progress and […]


Prevues of Coming Attractions: Macchina.io

Macchina.io is the new name for our IoT Framework which we’ve announced some time ago. A few weeks ago, at the Sierra Wireless Developer Day in Paris, we presented a demo of the current state of the project. Apart from our existing C++ toolkits — the POCO C++ Libraries at the core, the Open Service […]

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New White Paper: Browser-based Secure Remote 
 Access for the Internet of Things

Secure remote access to the built-in web server of a device is one of the fundamental building blocks for the Internet of Things. my-devices.net enables easy and secure remote access, even if the device is located behind a NAT router or a firewall and does not have a public IP address. Read our new white […]

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The IoT Framework

Over the past few months we have been quite busy working on our newest product which we call the “IoT Framework”. In a nutshell, the IoT Framework contains everything needed for building software for Internet of Things-enabled devices. Of course the framework is based on our existing C++ toolkits, most notably the POCO C++ Libraries. […]


Introducing The New my-devices.net: Secure Cloud-Based Remote Access for The Internet of Things

We have just released a new and much improved version of my-devices.net, along with a completely new website. my-devices.net is cloud-ready service providing secure remote access to embedded devices and intelligent systems via HTTP(S) or other TCP-based protocols. With my-devices.net, any network-connected device running the my-devices.net connector software can be securely accessed remotely over the […]

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