Evothings Studio 2.2.0 Released!

Göran KrampeBlogs, News

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We are pleased to finally release version 2.2.0 of Evothings Studio! The most important new feature is the new build support, something we decided to add due to popular demand. We feel we have come up with a good first approach to tackle this, and while we can only build for Android right now (iOS comes next), all our examples … Read More

Evothings Studio 2.2 release imminent

Göran KrampeBlogs, News

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The new upcoming 2.2.0 November release of Evothings Studio consists mainly of work we have done during both September and October, in order to add build support since our surveys, as well as other discussions with many of our skilled users, have shown that this step is missed in producing a working app. We feel we have come up with … Read More

Dual sensor tags, connected to the same smartphone

Alex JonssonBlogs, Tutorials

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This tutorial demonstrates how to connect two BLE sensor devices, and chart accelerometer data to a single iOS or Android smartphone. We’re extending the accelerometer example to serve two peripheral devices, an older TI SimpleLink CC2541 and a newer Simplelink CC2650, also from Texas Instruments. All the code you’ll need is found below, and released under an open (Apache v2) … Read More

Evothings Viewer v1.5 at large with BLE updates

Mikael KindborgBlogs, Tutorials

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We recently published a new version of Evothings Viewer for Android and iOS. Read on to learn about the new features and prepare for a quick hands-on experience! Highlights in Evothings Viewer 1.5 Updated BLE API with support for pairing/bonding QR-code and Barcode Scanner Updated tutorials and documentation Below we take a look at these new features. Updated BLE API … Read More

How-to control a PLC with mobile app and Modbus TCP/IP

Hammad TariqBlogs, Tutorials

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In this tutorial you will learn about controlling the I/O of a programmable logic controller (PLC) with a mobile app and Modbus TCP/IP protocol. PLCs are basic components of any industrial automation process. In some deployments they are used as stand-alone computers to control a machine while in other settings they can be connected to and controlled remotely by a … Read More