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Hackaton: IoT and Robotics Invent the Future

January 24, 2017

Hosted on the online global community Collaborizm, the Invent the Future hackathon challenged developers around the world to combine Kandy’s real-time communications API and developer platform with the myDevices IoT project builder – Cayenne, to build innovative new projects.   >> Read Full Story

Semtech invests in startup for “Internet of Things”

January 23, 2017

Semtech Corp. has taken a keen interest in the "Internet of Things" --a network in which machines talk to other machines. The Camarillo semiconductor company already builds hardware for the Internet of Things, but earlier this month it invested $3 million to finance Calabasas startup myDevices, which builds custom software to power IoT machines.   >> Read Full Story

Semtech Invests in myDevices

January 12, 2017

Semtech Corporation (NASDAQ:SMTC) announced on Thursday that it had completed an investment of "approximately" $3 million into myDevices, a company dedicated to creating IoT solutions.   >> Read Full Story

SMT Sensor Plus LoRa Tech Provides Accurate Smart Parking Solution

January 5, 2017

In collaboration with PNI and myDevices, Semtech installed PlacePod sensors in the electric vehicle parking spaces at its corporate headquarters and had the user notification interface live within three hours. The PNI sensors are connected to a private LPWAN deployed on the company’s campus. In operation, employees with electric vehicles receive real-time alerts from the myDevices IoT app when charging   >> Read Full Story

IoT Platform Cayenne Promises Manufacturer Interoperability at CES

It's that time of year again; the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is back in Las Vegas, and you can bet there are some Internet of Things (IoT) developments on display. One such development comes from IoT company myDevices, creator of the Cayenne IoT platform. myDevices is set to officially launch its new IoT Ready Program, which promises IoT interoperability   >> Read Full Story

PNI Sensor Corp. Delivers PlacePod Smart Parking Solution for Municipal and Private Parking Management

January 4, 2017

In collaboration with PNI and myDevices, the Internet of Things (IoT) solutions company that "simplifies the connected world," Semtech installed PlacePod smart parking sensors in the electric vehicle parking spaces for accurate, real-time occupancy status at its corporate headquarters in Camarillo, California, and had the user notification interface live within three hours.   >> Read Full Story

myDevices: Top-20 Coolest IoT Software & Services Vendors of 2016

December 1, 2016

The Internet of Things needs a lot more than gateways and sensors to succeed... Luckily, there are a vast amount of vendors that want to work with their channel partners to offer their fair share of IoT capabilities. myDevices' ... capabilities revolve around security and management, equip­ping customers with authentication and access control, device management, analytics tools, and a highly scalable   >> Read Full Story

myDevices Launches an IoT Project Builder Developed Exclusively for LoRa

November 25, 2016

myDevices has announced its official launch of Cayenne for LoRa – the IoT project builder developed exclusively for the LoRa ecosystem. Developers and organizations interested in building a LoRa solution can use Cayenne for free. At the same time, any LoRa device manufacturer can bundle Cayenne with their hardware and make it freely available to their customers.    >> Read Full Story

IoT News Roundup

November 17, 2016

myDevices, which enables end users to connect devices virtually to application or platform software through the use of protocol translators, has announced a new iteration of Cayenne, its drag-and-drop IoT network-development tool. Cayenne for LoRa is designed to make it easy for end users to build a network of devices communicating via the LoRa wide-area network (LoRaWAN) protocol.   >> Read Full Story

Bridging the Gap in IoT

August 25, 2016

The cost and complexity of the product design process are significant barriers to innovation. From initial concept to commercialization of an IoT project development, there is a gap – and it’s BIG.   >> Read Full Story

The Positives and Negatives of Arduino

August 17, 2016

This story is important for a couple of reasons, one being that myDevices has become serious about wanting to be the industry standard for IoT project building. With support for the Arduino, it’s now become time to look at the company as a key leader in the IoT realm.   >> Read Full Story

myDevices and Arduino Partner in IoT App Development Swoop

Software specialist myDevices has announced a partnership with Arduino, the company behind the very popular DIY developer boards that are also found in the labs of many R&D departments and startups. The deal adds myDevices’ Cayenne application platform to Arduino, offering developers another way of creating IoT products.   >> Read Full Story

Development Democracy: How IoT Innovation Grows from Open Source

August 10, 2016

It seems like all the development news we hear these days comes from the enterprise players and the vendors that service them. I have a hunch and some evidence that that is changing. And I’m not alone. myDevices has just announced a new integration with Arduino, the world’s leading open-source software and hardware ecosystem.   >> Read Full Story

Simplify your Raspberry Pi IoT project build with the Cayenne app

July 2, 2016

I grew up in the 1970s, fascinated with Erector sets, which is why I read with interest about an IoT project building app from myDevices called Cayenne. Tinkerers can use Cayenne to build projects that interface with Internet of Things (IoT) devices, sensors and actuators. I’ll admit that a DIY project like this seems daunting, but the app is intended   >> Read Full Story

7 ways to make your IoT-connected Raspberry Pi smarter

June 13, 2016

myDevices’ take on managing IoT devices is outstanding. It involves installing a device-side agent that connects with Cayenne’s servers which, in turn, collect, analyze and present the stats and status of the device. Cayenne also includes triggers and alerts for events (e.g. temperature sensor reading above 90F) and corresponding actions (turn on the air conditioning) as well as scheduling of   >> Read Full Story

Easy IoT for Raspberry Pi

May 23, 2016

The Pi Podcast interviews Kevin Bromber, CEO of myDevices, in episode #23 (22:11). Kevin discusses the inspiration and development of Cayenne – the industry’s first IoT Project Builder. Learn about this platform being used by over 20,000 engineers, developers, and educators since its introduction to the Raspberry Pi community 90 days ago.   >> Read Full Story

IoT Partnership Economy Grows with myDevices and Actility Team Up

May 11, 2016

Actility, a Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) devleoper, and myDevices, maker of the Cayenne IoT project builder, on May 10 announced a technology partnership, designed to combine Actility’s IoT platform and myDevices’ connected device solution with the end goal of easing the creation and deployment of IoT projects on the LoRa ecosystem.   >> Read Full Story

Easy IoT with Cayenne, By the Numbers

April 1, 2016

Nearly two months after its award-winning launch at the IoT Evolution Expo in Florida, Cayenne, the world’s first drag and drop IoT project builder has made its presence felt on the Internet of Things landscape. When it launched, IoT.do published a Cayenne overview in January, and since then, the maker community has reacted to Cayenne, showing strong support in the   >> Read Full Story

Match, Set, Pi!

March 24, 2016

Attention all makers, engineers, and designers big and small. This week’s Fish Fry is dedicated to everyone’s favorite maker single board computer extraordinaire…the Raspberry Pi 3! …Keeping with our theme, my next guest is myDevices CEO Kevin Bromber. Did you know that myDevices just announced a Raspberry Pi IoT contest? Kevin will tell you how you can enter, what you can   >> Read Full Story

Q&A: An Insider Look at myDevices’ Cayenne Maker Tool

March 8, 2016

Building an IoT device isn’t simply adding an application—a lot of infrastructure is needed to support an IoT solution. One company targeting IoT on the Raspberry Pi is myDevices with its Cayenne platform. I talked with Kevin Bromber, CEO of myDevices, about the company’s IoT solution.   >> Read Full Story

Fresh Raspberry Pi Has Better Hardware Baked In

March 1, 2016

“This tool provides companies with the ability to quickly vet an idea or improve a process at a fraction of the time and cost, with little risk. As the Pi continues to improve, it will be used in production-ready solutions and will not be limited to just prototyping,” …noted Benny Estes, product manager at myDevices.   >> Read Full Story

IoT with a Side of Pi

February 12, 2016

In a special Maker Edition of Fish Fry, we’re serving up a little internet of things with a side of Raspberry Pi. My guest Kevin Bromber (CEO – myDevices) and I check out Cayenne – the world’s first drag-and-drop IoT project builder. We’ll look at what sets it apart from the rest of the IoT pack and how you can   >> Read Full Story

myDevices Makes Developing IoT Applications Simpler with Cayenne

January 29, 2016

Given all the interest in the Internet of Things (IoT), many IT organizations suddenly find themselves under pressure to turn all the promised benefits of the IoT into reality overnight. To help IoT organizations accomplish that goal faster, myDevices this week unveiled a Cayenne visual programming environment for building IoT applications.   >> Read Full Story

Is Connected The New Smart?

January 28, 2016

The next wave of automation in the industrial revolution is here, and it involves making the Internet invisible and ubiquitous. From jet engines, to hospital beds, to vending machines — the environment is morphing into a network of devices which speak the language of data.   >> Read Full Story

Spice Up Your Pi for IoT Development

A company called myDevices offers an alternative [IoT platform]. Its platform, released in October, is device-agnostic, supporting a wide variety of wireless technologies as well as standard data communications protocols such as CoAP, MQTT, and the REST API. The platform will adapt to the device rather than forcing the device to conform to it. It will also let devices using   >> Read Full Story

IoT, Easy As A-B-C?

January 27, 2016

Everyone from Facebook to Google to Salesforce is trying to make it easier to build software for the Internet of Things, the catch-all term that’s come to embrace a wide variety of connected devices in our homes, on our bodies, and around the towns and cities where we live. Into this scrum came MyDevices, a Los Angeles-based company, which unveiled Cayenne, a set of software   >> Read Full Story

Raspberry Pi IoT Prototyping, Remote Management on the Fly

If you’re like me, you have low-cost development boards strewn across on your desk, packed into drawers, and stacked on shelves. Not that it hasn’t gotten easier to get working prototypes up and running in recent years with low-cost, user-friendly platforms – it certainly has. But the space between dreamy commutes and an IoT proof of concept is the business   >> Read Full Story

IoT Evolution Expo: Battle of the Platforms Names Winner

The IoT Evolution Expo is rolling along in Fort Lauderdale this week, and one of the highlights of day 1 was the much-anticipated Battle of the Platforms. The Battle is a great place for companies to find best-in-class providers of IoT platform solutions and for anyone n the ecosystem of the IoT to learn how the underbelly of interconnectivity works   >> Read Full Story

World’s first Raspberry Pi drag-and-drop IoT project builder Cayenne launches today

Internet of Things (IoT) middleware applications developer myDevices announced today the release of the first drag-and-drop app that will clear the way for development of IoT projects on the Raspberry Pi. As an IoT developer platform Adafruit Industries’s Raspberry Pi is a popular low-cost go-to Linux tool useful for rapidly prototyping small, embedded systems–the addition of project software to make those   >> Read Full Story

myDevices Streamlines IoT Development with Cayenne

It’s been a huge month so far for the IoT as major companies like Intel have announced big plans for the space. As such, now is the time for companies that specialize in the IoT to step forward with solutions that will help bring the IoT forward. This appears to be exactly what myDevices, an IoT solutions company, is thinking   >> Read Full Story

myDevices Spices Up IoT with Cayenne

Everyone likes to talk about the Internet of Things, but putting together IoT solutions can be a real challenge for developers given all the different pieces from different suppliers involved. In an effort to remove that complexity and make its IoT platform extremely easy to use, myDevices today takes the wraps off Cayenne.   >> Read Full Story

CES 2016: It’s all about smartphones

January 22, 2016

The Sands/Venetian was where it’s at as far as I am concerned regarding innovations in electronics. The Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) was not even close as far as analog and power technology (except for my visit to the NASA booth; I did not expect to see them there!). The LVCC was more of a place to make deals for   >> Read Full Story

IoT Gifts Top Holiday Wish Lists

December 21, 2015

MyDevices, which develops middleware platforms and application solutions for the IoT, polled more than 2,000 adults in the United States aged 18 and over in its “IoT for the Holidays” survey to determine their attitudes toward the IoT and connected technologies, and found that they were overwhelmingly positive.   >> Read Full Story

Interview with myDevices CEO, Kevin Bromber

December 15, 2015

In this interview, myDevices CEO, Kevin Bromber, discusses the changes in technological innovations of the last two decades. Kevin asserts that these changes are the most important since the history of mankind, and reflects further on his vision for myDevices.   >> Read Full Story

Star Wars Fans Vote Speeder Bike Most Desirable Gadget

December 9, 2015

Everyone has their dream Star Wars gadget, whether it be Darth Vader’s deadly red lightsaber or the adorably bloopy R2-D2. Fans of the beloved sci-fi series were recently surveyed on which piece of Star Wars tech they’d want the most, and the answers are somewhat surprising.   >> Read Full Story

Who Would Be The Most Tech-Savvy President?

Harris Poll recently conducted a survey among more than 2,000 Americans age 18 and older on behalf of myDevices, an Internet of Things solutions company, asking respondents to vote for the presidential candidate who would be America’s “technology president” if elected.   >> Read Full Story

7 New Industry Innovators Sign on to Support IoT Evolution Expo

TMC and Crossfire Media announced today that five new industry-leading companies will be lending their support as exhibitors for IoT Evolution Expo, held January 25-28, 2016. Among them will be myDevices, which develops middleware platforms and application solutions for the Internet of Things that “simplify the connected world.”   >> Read Full Story

Henry Ford Invented the Internet of Everything

November 9, 2015

The Internet of Everything is not new. In fact, it was invented more than 100 years ago. Over the past couple of years, there has been a lot of hype around smart homes, connected cars, intelligent healthcare, wearables, and connected devices – the Internet of Things.   >> Read Full Story

IoT Standards – LMFAO

October 30, 2015

Please stop me if you’ve heard this joke before: Joke: A guy walks into a bar and tells the bartender, “Hey, the Internet of Things needs standards.”   >> Read Full Story

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