The German iX magazine new special issue on IoT development (“iX-Developer-Sonderheft: Entwickeln für das Internet der Dinge”) contains an article written by me about IoT development with C++. You can find the announcement (in German) here. You can order the special issue (paper or e-paper) here. The DVD that comes with the issue also has […]
I’m happy to announce that macchina.io has been selected as one of the projects to receive funding from the Internet Foundation Austria’s netidee program in the 2015/2016 term. This will support our ongoing open source work on macchina.io, especially implementing technologies such as Modbus, 6LoWPAN, CoAP and Bluetooth Smart, among other improvements. I am looking […]
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]
Günter Obiltschnig will be at Embedded World February 24 to 25. We don’t have a booth, but Günter would be happy to meet for lunch, coffee or a drink. Please contact us if you’d like to schedule a meeting.
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.