Tingkart

Hardware & Devices Consulting & Research Software & Cloud
City : Skei i Jølster
State : Sogn og Fjordane
Country: Norway

When sensors are placed in multipage dashboards and or in long lists things have a tendency to become confusing or lost very quickly. Tingkart (translated ThingsMap) is an IoT platform that allows users to place their sensors in maps, either the world map or in user defined maps and is optimized for use on our mobile devices. Placing sensors in maps allows us to leverage the brains' ability to navigate a three-dimensional world but also collect location based time series about a sensor's environment and discover correlations between co-located sensors. Tingkart has a simple API and is networking technology agnostic making it easy to place your sensors where they exist anywhere in the world.

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Tingkart map-based IoT platform

Tingkart map-based IoT platform

When sensors are placed in multipage dashboards and or in long lists things have a tendency to  become confusing or lost very quickly. Tingkart (translated ThingsMap) is an IoT platform that allows users to place their sensors in maps, either the world map or in user defined maps and is optimised for use on our mobile devices. Placing sensors in maps allows us to leverage the brains' ability to navigate a three-dimensional world but also collect location based time series about a sensor's environment and discover correlations between co-located sensors. Tingkart has a simple API and is networking technology agnostic making it easy to place your sensors where they exist anywhere in the world.

MODBUS RS485 to LoRaWan, NB-IoT, Sigfox or WIFI

MODBUS RS485 to LoRaWan, NB-IoT, Sigfox or WIFI

This PCB takes 7.5 V to 36 V input and A+ and B- from a Modbus RS485 serial link and pass it on to the SiPy, LoPy4, Gpy and FiPy chips from pycom.io. This allows you to communicate to and from MODBUS RS485 to NB-IoT, Sigfox, WIFI, LoRaWan or Bluetooth as supported by the pycom.io chip you decide to plug into the thing. Modbus is a messaging protocol that defines the packet structure for transferring data between devices in a master/slave architecture. The protocol is independent of the transmission medium and is usually transmitted over TCP (MODBUS TCP) or serial communication (MODBUS RTU).  This PCB takes 7.5 V to 36 V input and A+ and B- from a Modbus RS485 serial link and process on a SiPy, LoPy4, Gpy and FiPy chips from [pycom.io]. This allows you to communicate to and from MODBUS RS485 to NB-IoT, Sigfox, WIFI, LoRaWan or Bluetooth as supported by the pycom.io chip you decide to plug into the thing.