A revolutionary code free Internet of Things (IoT) platform, which makes it possible for anyone to connect smart devices, is launching its Kickstarter campaign at CES 2016, Las Vegas, in a bid to raise a minimum of £25,000. is a complete code free IoT platform. It can be used out of the box, or to develop your own web connected devices.
UK startup WiFithing is debuting an open source IoT solution, WiFithing, to enable users to set up simple or complex relationships between smart devices in their home or workplace. WiFithing can monitor any sensor and control any electronically operated device without the need to write any software.
The securely encrypted WiFithing will launch with 50 pre-written applications such as setting up zone controlled heating, opening gates or counting the number of store visitors. But its easy to use website and open API means enthusiasts and experts can design and start their very own smart device connections in less than 10 minutes.
WiFithing works straight out of the box as a complete software and hardware package with no programming skills required. Setting up the WiFithing device automatically builds a bespoke website for each user, which allows for simple “drop downs” to create their smart combinations. WiFithing and all connected ‘slave’ devices can then be controlled via a personal control panel on their desktop, tablet or smartphone.
- WiFithing can be set up in under 20 minutes with no coding
- WiFithing is an open platform: users can connect user's own sensors, actuators and other things to its digital and anlaog pins and interfaces
- The device set-up also creates user's own secure personalised web app, immediately ready for use
- The combination of two radios allow added range and penetration of buildings on top of Wi-Fi. It is looking to provide a new slave radio with a range of over 1 Kilometre
- The slave devices are small and low cost, reducing the overall cost of the installation and allowing much greater flexibility
- It provides a comprehensive security infrastructure
- It will be providing a fully featured API to our web application, to allow users to build their own specialised web or desktop applications
- The Master devices use FRAM memory which has a life of decades