Some people talk about IoT. My customer do IoT. In this case, it is an IoT device in metering again. The M-Bus Master Unit GSS-134 of Pikkerton is on Quectel GSM module M66 and got a replaceable battery pack. It can run easily without longer installation effort. M-Bus master interfaces: M-Bus Master Unit, 20 Standard […]
Category: Wireless M2M app examples
M2M applications based on wireless modules.
What is the main difference between the order button concepts? The Amazon button is based on Wi-Fi and will run when connected to the home Wi-Fi network. It will only work over a short distance to the broadband WiFi router and you have to register it. The Gillette Order button is based on a cellular […]
Pigeons don’t tweet, they make cooing noises. They don’t wear backpacks either. Usually. Well, say hello to the new breed of backpack wearing, tweeting pigeons that might just save lives. If you live in a city there’s a good chance you’ll be sharing it most days with a large number of pigeons. And generally […]
This Wi-Fi module arrived yesterday. The complete package includes the Wi-Fi module, a USB connector and a Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) to USB converter. The operating voltage is supplied via USB from the PC. After plugging the module into the USB port, a standard terminal software application was started on the PC. With the first […]
Samsung and Telefonica do have „Lego“ for IoT buttons. Read more: http://www.totaltele.com/view.aspx?ID=490141 Are we able to make a mint of money with such a button? If yes then it makes sense to follow a train of thoughts listed in my IoT M2M Cookbook. Such a button can everybody produce for less than USD 10. In […]