The software uses a point and click system to allow users to create and test intelligent behaviours and device interactions. In operation, it is possible to modify the behaviour of the sensor. Sensor firmware can also be updated over-the-air.
Lemonbeats’ IoT solution consists of an embedded operating system that can be integrated onto a small chip in the endpoint device. It allows the development of applications by combining standard software modules. Using an intelligent sensor reduces the data that needs to be exchanged between the sensor and the hub, reducing the amount of bandwidth required for the application and increasing its efficiency.
Lemonbeat Studio 2.0 also includes the “Lemonbeat TestSuite” plug-in, which allows the testing of device configuration using flexible scenarios. The test scenarios can either be run in Lemonbeat Studio interface or as a console application. It is also possible to import configurations into existing test environments. Results can be extracted in XML format for export to other systems.
Lemonbeat will show Lemonbeat Studio 2.0 along at Embedded World in Nuremberg.
See also: IoT development kit based around Arduino