Machine to machine (M2M) technology has been rapidly developing in the last few years. As such, the communication layer, control software and multi-platform libraries required to develop these technologies are all in great demand. As M2M technology is used in various domains such as smart energy, home automation, remote sensing, telemetry, and remote control and monitoring software, the availability of a reliable platform to develop this technology becomes imperative.
Trying to take this technology further to people, DataArt, a custom software development firm, has announced that Artyom Astafurov, co-inventor of DeviceHive, will present the platform for use by hackers at an upcoming event.
As part of this presentation, Astafurov will showcase DeviceHive, which has the ability to make any connected device part of the Internet of Things (IoT). DeviceHive enables the users to enjoy various features like connectivity, management, security, and diagnostics which were not available before.
Taking M2M technology more to the masses, the DeviceHive team has announced that it will support students in studying the Internet of Things. The company has also developed numerous educational hardware platforms for their projects.
“The AT&T (News - Alert) Hackathon is a fantastic event, where big players and the maker community alike are experimenting with IoT,” said Artyom Astafurov, chief innovation officer at DataArt and co-inventor of DeviceHive. “There is a revolution of hackathons moving from software into hardware + software. It requires more effort, so AllJoyn and DeviceHive are there to help the hackers become more productive with their hacks and spend less time on plumbing.”
DataArt has been registering various developments in the digital world. Recently, the company announced the development of Regulatory Efficiency Gains’ (REG) digital platform. It makes compliances easier for its users, reduces expenses and makes it simpler for businesses to interact with one another.
Edited by Alisen Downey