What's Inside?

Machine to Machine (M2M) communication framework

Machine to Machine (M2M) Communication Framework

DeviceHive makes any connected device part of the Internet of Things. It provides the communication layer, control software and multi-platform libraries to bootstrap development of smart energy, home automation, remote sensing, telemetry, remote control and monitoring software, and much more. Connect embedded Linux using Python or C++ libraries and JSON protocol or connect AVR, Microchip devices using lightweight C libraries and BINARY protocol. Develop client applications using HTML5/JavaScript, iOS and Android libraries. For solutions involving gateways, there is also gateway middleware that allows interfacing with devices connected to it. Leave communications to DeviceHive and focus on the actual product and innovation

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Cloud Solution

Cloud Solution

Cloud is good for you. Interface with remote devices via cloud as if you are interfacing directly with them, making your solution more scalable and available. Create mobile clients for your smart devices that talk to the cloud server, or create monitoring software or data analysis jobs that reside in the cloud. Server-side code is included into distribution package and can be deployed to any Windows-based .NET server environment or Google Application Engine using Python as a language. Deploy into private or public cloud.

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Management software

Management Software

Control your installations using an administrative web interface, join devices into networks, and streamline provisioning using key-based model. Apply security rules and create open and closed networks for different types of applications. Manage message queues for devices, troubleshoot, log, and monitor.

Open Source

Open Source

We want the source code to be open and available for everyone. If you want to better understand DeviceHive’s internals or want to modify it according to the needs of your system, you can do it! DeviceHive is distributed under MIT license. The source code is available on GitHub.