Hardware Ports and Firmware Libraries

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Linux-class Gateways

The Exosite Gateway Engine is used to connect up pretty much any Linux-capable gateway with python support.  Since the networking, development, and application run-time environments on these devices are all similar, lighting up a new gateway that is not shown below typically takes just a couple of hours.

Here are some gateways that are being used with Murano:

System:

Updated On:

Multitech Conduit

Q3 2017

Janus 400AP

Q3 2017

BeagleBone

Q2 2017

Option Cloudgate

Q2 2017

Raspberry Pi

Q2 2017

WIT Gateway

Q3 2017

Advantech Gateways

 Q3 2017

 

Embedded Devices

Embedded devices have varied networking support, development environments, and application run-time environments.  Although some platforms are supported through our Exosite Ready ANSII C SDK , most of the examples below implement a variety of ports in the native development environments from the silicon manufacturer.

Here are some embedded devices that are being used with Murano:

System:

Updated On:

Sparkfun ESP8266 WiFi ThingBoard

Q3 2017

Atmel AT88CKECC-AWS-XSTK dev kit

Q3 2017

TI CC3200-LAUNCHXL Wi-Fi Launchpad

Q2 2017

Realtek WiFi-based systems

Q2 2017

Cypress WiFi-based systems

Q2 2017

Mediatek WiFi-based systems

Q3 2017

 

Libraries and Frameworks

  • Gateway Engine - A connectivity framework for Linux-class gateways with python support.  Used commonly in industrial gateways to connect different industrial protocols and sensors to Exosite.
  • Arduino Library - A library that can be added into the Arduino tool chain for easy development with Murano.  Used commonly by students, hobbyists, and day-job engineers to prototype connected concepts.
  • Python Library - Example connectivity simulator written in python.  Commonly used to get some data flowing quickly to Exosite when you don't have hardware around.
  • Exosite Ready ANSII C SDK - Used to collaborate with certain hardware partners to deploy a production read, secure, OTA-capable, development environment using the GCC toolchain.

 

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