World’s first drag and drop Internet of Things project builder has great first 30 days
Mobile World Congress: myDevices, an Internet of Things (IoT) products company, has announced that Cayenne, its drag and-drop IoT builder, has already surpassed 200 million IoT events just one month after launch. The events included threshold alerts, sensor history and rules engine triggers.
This news comes on the heels of Cayenne picking up the 2016 Best IoT Edge Gateway Solution award in the Battle of the Platforms, held at the IoT Evolution Expo in January.
In October 2015, myDevices launched its IoT platform allowing companies to efficiently connect devices, visualise data, apply sophisticated rules, and interact with their connected customers. With the debut of Cayenne last month, myDevices extended its platform to the developer and maker community in the form of an easy to use, drag and drop IoT project builder.
Since its launch, Cayenne has already found favour with makers and developers, thousands of whom are putting the project to use to simplify and accelerate IoT.
With Cayenne, myDevices stated that IoT must be easy and that the call for IoT standards is moot. “In order for IoT to evolve, the industry needs easy solutions to quickly prototype projects, but the platforms must be powerful enough to allow for different device types to be mixed and matched regardless of their manufacturer or how they connect to the platform,” says Kevin Bromber, CEO of myDevices. “myDevices is committed to developing the next generation of IoT platform capabilities.”
myDevices is demonstrating Sigfox, LoRa and WiFi -enabled devices all communicating with each other and utilising simple rules engines at Mobile World Congress.