In this video, Digi’s Chief Innovator, Rob Faludi, shows you how easy it is to build a Wi-Fi enabled hardware prototype and develop an application for the Internet of Things with the XBee WiFi Cloud Kit. The kit wirelessly connects with Device Cloud by Etherios out of the box, so you can build custom widgets that interact with your cloud-connected hardware.
You may have heard there is a new version of XCTU available. We rebuilt it from the ground up and added a number of new features. Now, you can graphically diagram your ZigBee networks all from within the XCTU interface. You can even perform tests to determine your XBee’s range with the built in range test. And for all the Mac users out there, we should mention that XCTU is now compatible with OS X! Here’s a quick demo of the software in the video below:
The web has raised consumers’ expectations of retail stores and transformed the purchasing process. Brick and mortar shops need to find ways to compete with the convenience offered by online shopping. Retailers are using wireless connected devices and new technology to create an interactive experience for their customers. In this video, learn how store owners are using cellular connections to make retail systems secure, reliable, and innovative.
This video demonstration will take you through an end-to-end wireless solution built on Freescale and connected to Device Cloud by Etherios. For more information on Device Cloud and to sign up for your free account, visit the Device Cloud product page.
Freescale’s IoT Applications and Latest Innovations at Computex 2013
At Computex 2013, Freescale gives us details on a full range of ARM processor-based product demos including their Kinetis KL02 (ARM Cortex-M0+) which can be used in numerous Internet of Things applications such as Smart Meter, Gate-way Thermostats, and wearable devices
TelecomTV asks “What’s the difference between M2M and the Internet of Things?” Digi’s CTO, Joel Young and other experts help answer the question.
Joel Young explains how “M2M” and the “Internet of Things” do not acuurately describe the mission of improving the way businesses operate. “We’re not trying to create a new market, we’re just trying to solve business problems and make all of our businesses operate better. You have to start off with a real compelling business reason to deploy a connectivity solution. Once that solution is deployed and you have the connectivity in place, then you can look at other opportunities and other ways to leverage that connectivity for new exciting applications and solutions.”
“When we think about 50 billion things, all being connected– that’s transforming. It’s all about connecting devices to an application to solve business problems in intelligent ways– to add value, drive efficiencies, increase revenue or improve customer satisfaction. In today’s world, you can’t just do that by yourself.”
The “Internet of Things” describes a world of 15 billion plus devices, a trillion plus connections, and four billion intelligent systems by 2015. This represents an immense market opportunity across a wide range of segments with more than $2 trillion plus in potential revenue. Companies like Digi, Arrow, Dell OEM, McAfee and others are utilizing the Intel® Intelligent Systems Framework to develop solutions for this new marketplace that are connected, managed, and secured in a consistent and scalable manner.
You may have noticed our new iDigi video library. We’ll be sharing iDigi videos in this new addition of the community section of iDigi.com on a regular basis. You’ll find tutorials, how to’s, feature overviews and more.
To get to the library, go to iDigi.com and click to the community section. Once in the community section, you’ll see the video library on the right-hand side of the page.
You’ll notice that we’re categorizing videos, so you can easily find exactly what you’re looking for. As we continue to add to the library, we’ll add more categories and even a search feature.
Is there a video or video category you’d like to see? Let us know in the comments section below or on Twitter— we’d love to hear what you think!