Tag Archives: IoT

Secure P2P remote control of ESP32 WiFi FreeRTOS based Module with AppMyProduct

The ESP32 is a powerful WiFi module from the creators of the successful ESP8266 low-cost WiFi module, Espressif. The creators has released the ESP-IDF (Iot Development Framework) which is a FreeRTOS based core for the module that you can plug your own code and modules into. The ESP32 module is a dual protocol hybrid with […]

CC3200 Two-Way Audio with Android

Texas Instrument’s CC3200 is a single-chip microcontroller unit with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, created for the Internet of Things. It can run the FreeRTOS operating system and provides a hardware encryption engine. Sounds interesting? It did to us! So we created a demo that is capable of streaming two-way audio between the CC3200 and an Android […]

App My Pi – AppMyProduct Heat Control Demo on Your Raspberry Pi

Have you ever wanted to connect and remote control an embedded device in real-time, like for example your Raspberry Pi? Are you concerned about the security of your communication, but still want to quickly develop high-quality apps? With our IoT application platform AppMyProduct we provide the solution for you! To give you an impression, we […]

STM32F746G-DISCO Board with FreeRTOS + AppMyProduct

This is an updated version of a previous post incorporating our new AppMyProduct platform. When working with STM32 ARM Cortex-M microcontrollers, the free embedded software STM32Cube from ST provides all necessary drivers and a collection of middleware components to reduce the initial development effort. One of the mentioned middleware components is the popular FreeRTOS real-time operating system Nabto is […]

ESP8266 WiFi Module + AppMyProduct

This is an updated version of a previous post incorporating our new AppMyProduct platform. The ESP8266 is a low-cost WiFi module that can be programmed directly like a microcontroller. Already thinking of your next Internet of Things project? While an available Arduino library allows a quick start, there is still one problem to overcome: How […]

The Roomba (Part 2 of 2)

Please read Part 1 to read about the preliminary steps in the Roomba saga. This part will be the fun part where we turn the Roomba into a fully fledged remote controlled vehicle fitted with realtime video feed as well! If at any time you feel like trying this yourself, you can sign up for a free […]

The Roomba (Part 1 of 2)

As some of you might have seen on twitter we had a device laying around at the Nabto headquarters with Nabto written all over it. [tweet https://twitter.com/nabto_com/status/735109173466267650 align=’center’] Today is the grand reveal of our Roomba hack! Like the CoffeePi this project was rather substantial so the Roomba hack will be split in two parts. […]

Dartino + uNabto

The experimental open-source project Dartino enables you to write software for embedded systems using the modern Dart language and a set of libraries, that let you be highly productive. So why not add another powerful library? Thanks to  improvements to the FFI library in the latest Dartino SDK, we are now able to use the uNabto framework from […]

Snappy Ubuntu Core + uNabto

Today we will have a look at Snappy Ubuntu Core, why it is nice, in principle, and why it still has some way to go before it will really be useful in reality. Snappy Ubuntu Core, the basics Snappy Ubuntu Core is “a new, transactionally-updated Ubuntu for IoT devices, clouds and more”. In other words, it’s a […]

The CoffeePi (Part 2 of 2)

Breaking news! The CoffeePi will be appearing at Smart IoT London 2016! Feel free to drop by our booth and get a hot beverage from the CoffeePi served using Nabto! Back to the story Please read Part 1 to read about the preliminary steps in the coffee saga. This part will be dealing with the following points […]