Econais Presents the Ease of Connecting Devices to the Internet of Things
Hacked Hi-Fi Amplifier Now Connects to the Internet.
Build a Web Connected STMicro Nucleo Board Device in Under 20 Minutes.
California – At the upcoming EELive! Conference, Econais has announced it will be demonstrating how easy it is for device developers to wirelessly connect their Internet of Things (IoT) devices to the internet. Think WiSmart.
At EELive! Booth Number 634, Econais will be demonstrating how almost any kind of device, no matter how simple or complex, can be connected to the cloud by using Econais Modules. Econais will be showing a hacked Wi-Fi Hi-Fi. By adding an Econais module, an off the shelf audio amplifier can now be connected and controlled over the web and also be used as a media server for other IoT connected devices.
Econais will be demonstrating how easy it is to add a Wi-Fi module to an ST Microelectronics Nucleo Development Board in order to build a web connected device. We will show how you can get web connected in less than twenty minutes.
Of course, Econais will be demonstrating the latest in their line of industry leading low power, embedded Wi-Fi modules – in a range of form factors, sizes and configurations.
All the Econais modules feature their unique WiSmart software – the secret sauce that enables easy configuration and integration into a wide range of applications. Econais modules are fully certified with FCC, EC, IC, and soon TELEC. Features include AirPlay, Wi-Fi Direct, ProbMe configuration, full TCP/IP stack, HTTPS/SSL, DHCP Client/Server, WPS, legacy Wi-Fi Client and SoftAP modes with WPA/WPA2 support, Serial to Wi-Fi, Cloud Service Support, and more.
“In addition to new products and solutions, we have also expanded our engineering services,” says Dr. Nick Kanopoulos, CEO of Econais Inc. “We offer world class Wi-Fi module products, global distribution, a knowledgeable manufacturer representative sales force, and a growing network of strategic partners - all designed to help our customers be successful in the Internet of Things and Machine to Machine markets.”
For more information, visit www.econais.com.