The Internet of Things (IoT) AppZone of Telit gets a new update, version 4.0. The new IoT AppZone 4.0 expands features for the well-established flagship AppZone C and adds new functionality including an emulator and support for Lua, a lightweight scripting language optimized for embedded systems that are constrained by limited processing power and resources.
The IoT AppZone is a complete solution for developers to create, debug and run embedded software on the application processor of the Telit IoT module. It is comprised of an Eclipse-based integrated development environment (IDE) rounded out by IoT targeted tools, libraries, online documentation and sample code. The new framework also enhances support for static libraries that simplify management of complex software projects and integration of existing code base.
As a cross-platform framework, AppZone C enables code portability across several products and technologies. IoT AppZone 4.0 delivers highly scalable solutions meeting cost and performance targets for complex business cases like sensor nets, thin monitors and ultra-light trackers. With the addition of the Lua scripting language, developers can create code to run the BlueMod 42 family of BLE modules.
The IoT AppZone 4.0 is fully integrated with Telit services. It provides extensive, easy-to-use resources for apps to collect edge information, send data securely to the cloud, publish or interface with enterprise systems, over-the-air update and manage firmware, applications, configuration files and security. Read more…