Tag Archives: ESP32

ESP32 for IoT: A Complete Guide

When it comes to iot, the ESP32 is a chip that packs a powerful punch. The ESP32 is a follow-up to the ESP8266. This low-cost, low-power system on a chip (SoC) series was created by Espressif Systems. Based on its value for money, small size and relatively low power consumption, it is well suited to […]

How to make a small, low-cost, remote accessible security camera with an ESP32

In our former blog post ‘RTSP P2P streaming through Nabto‘, where we talked about how to create an app that enabled remote accesses to an RTSP camera, we used a large Linux-based camera. Later on, we have received many requests on how to do the same type of integration to a ‘low-cost’ WI-FI module-based camera […]

How to use ESP32 for cost-optimized and low-powered P2P remote control of Modbus-based devices

This blog post is written by guest writer Michael Paar from our developer partner Connictro.  Introduction As a development partner, we have received a request to provide a solution for controlling Modbus from ultra-low-cost/low power WiFi modules like Espressif ESP32, inspired by the blog post about controlling Modbus devices via the Nabto P2P Platform from […]