Edge and Fog Computing are revolutionizing the Industrial IoT.
Get ready with macchina.io, a comprehensive and powerful software platform for IoT edge and fog computing applications that connect to sensors, devices and cloud services.
IoT device software development is full of challenges:
high and ever growing software complexity, security, protocols, performance,
evolving hardware platforms, upgradeability, extensibility, integration, apps & APIs
and time to market pressure.
macchina.io is the result of 10+ years of experience in building software for connected smart devices. macchina.io reduces development risk and costs and shortens time-to-market by providing industry proven software building blocks you can count on.
macchina.io is a rich software framework for quickly building IoT device applications
running on Linux-based devices.
For device manufacturers, system integrators and solution providers,
macchina.io delivers a flexible, scalable, extensible, reliable
and secure software platform that will enable you to bring your products to market faster.
All backed by flexible licensing options, professional support and consulting services available from
the creators of macchina.io.
For professional makers, macchina.io delivers a powerful, fun-to-use and open source toolkit to play, learn, experiment and quickly build prototypes with.
Leading companies are using macchina.io and its building blocks to create automotive telematics platforms, building and home automation devices, industrial edge computing systems, smart sensors and energy management systems.
Let macchina.io do the heavy lifting.
|Focus core competencies of your product development teams.||Don't spend valuable development time and resources writing infrastructure and low-level framework code that will not differentiate your product. Focus on unique product features that will let your product stand out in the market and let macchina.io handle the rest.|
|Build upon an industry-proven, stable and reliable software platform.||macchina.io is the result of more than a decade of experience in building software for connected smart devices.|
|Reduce development costs, risk and time-to-market.||Use macchina.io's comprehensive, well-integrated features and consistent, rich APIs. This means less code to write, less third-party dependencies to integrate and manage and less headache.|
|Modernize and IoT-enable legacy code bases.||macchina.io is written in C++. This makes it easy to bring your existing investments into C++ and C code into the future.|
macchina.io is based on a powerful embedded web application server, providing a flexible module system that makes it easy to build dynamically extensible applications providing rich web-based user interfaces.
A powerful components and services architecture enables modular, easily extensible applications that can be securely upgraded and extended with new features in the field.
Broad support for modern and legacy communication protocols makes it easy to integrate sensor networks, automation devices and cloud services. Includes support for HTTP, MQTT, REST, JSON-RPC, MQTT, SOAP, UPnP™, Modbus, OPC-UA, CANopen, etc.
macchina.io has been implemented in C++ for best efficiency and performance. Extremely modular design and flexible scalability make macchina.io a perfect fit for a broad range of devices and applications.
A built-in extensible data flow engine lets you build applications without coding.
macchina.io uses my-devices.net for secure remote management and remote access via Web, SSH and VNC.
Read the white paper: Programming IoT Gateways with macchina.io.
macchina.io is brought to you by The Digital Creators at
Applied Informatics Software Engineering GmbH.
Being true IoT pioneers, we have been creating software for connected smart devices for over a decade now and completed our first IoT projects long before everyone started talking about IoT as The Next Big Thing.
As we'd like to say: IoT is now ready for us—finally.
Besides being the creator of macchina.io, Günter Obiltschnig, our founder and principal, is also the creator of the well-known POCO C++ Libraries open source project.
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