A truly innovative Internet of Things will be based on a culture of sharing and collaboration. This award recognizes the year's best Open Source contributions.
In a nutshell, Nanode is an open source microcontroller board which has on-board internet connectivity. It is a low cost building block to allow experimentation with the Internet of Things.
Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments and features a wide range of ways to connect to the Internet.
A computer designed for 'connecting sensors, motors, and whatever else you can build to the internet.
OpenSprinkler is an open-source, web-enabled sprinkler timer / controller based on the Arduino software. It works with standard 24VAC sprinkler valves commonly found in household watering and irrigation systems.
ThingSpeak is an open source “Internet of Things” application and API to store and retrieve data from things using HTTP over the Internet or via a Local Area Network.
A project to develop and build open-source energy monitoring, control and analysis tools for energy efficiency and distributed renewable generation. Our main focus at the moment is developing an end-to-end open-source energy monitoring system that is Arduino IDE compatible.
The BeagleBoard is an open source, single-board computer built on TI's OMAP3 processor line.
Yaler provides a relay infrastructure for secure, controlled and manageable access to embedded systems.
Contiki is the open source operating system for the Internet of Things. Contiki runs on networked embedded systems and wireless sensor networks. Contiki is designed for microcontrollers with small amounts of memory. A typical Contiki configuration is 2 kilobytes of RAM and 40 kilobytes of ROM.
openPICUS is internet freedom for your things, control and communication for your electronic devices. It's a platform made of the free software IDE and modular hardware - modules and expansions - in order to let your systems to be connected and controlled from anywhere.
The scope of the Paho project is to provide open source implementations of open and standard messaging protocols that support current and emerging requirements of M2M integration with Web and Enterprise middleware and applications. " Includes: Java and C MQTT clients.
TinyOS is an open source, BSD-licensed operating system designed for low-power wireless devices, such as those used in sensor networks, ubiquitous computing, personal area networks, smart buildings, and smart meters.
An Internet of Things developers framework.
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