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Quickly design, prototype, and commercialize IoT solutions
Customize your mobile and online dashboard with drag and drop widgets
Access real-time and historical device and sensor data
Enable SMS text messages and email notifications based on triggered events
Automation in a few easy steps with powerful If/Then statements based on real-time data and actions
Schedule events for connected single board computers, microcontrollers, sensors and actuators
Remote Monitoring and Control
Use the app to manage your projects from anywhere
"I'm telling you this [Cayenne] was a gift from heaven. This program can literally do everything I wanted and still want to do."
"I don't particularly like to code so having an IoT platform that doesn’t require me to do a lot of coding is my preference. For this I choose Cayenne.”
"I find Cayenne IoT a great, easy to use graphical interface. I use it... when teaching and demonstrating electronic sensors and actuator interfacing techniques.”
“Adding devices to Cayenne is the easiest of any IoT platform I've used yet. The ability to easily mix Raspberry Pi and Arduino projects makes it very flexible.”
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If you’re looking for an IoT management platform, this is a solid, highly functional contender for making a frustration of IoT devices manageable and gets a Gearhead rating of 4.5 out of 5.
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.
Cayenne, myDevices drag-and-drop IoT solution for developers, wins Best IoT Edge Gateway Solution in Battle of the Platform competition at the IoT Evolution Expo
“With a platform and front end like myDevices and Cayenne, starting development for the IoT is going to become incredibly easy, promoting an explosion of innovative ideas.”
“a simple set of tools that enables the organization to jumpstart an IoT project quickly.”