Atmosphere IoT and NimbeLink have enabled pre-integrated cellular offerings for OEMs and Solution Integrators
Atmosphere and NimbeLink have pre-integrated their respective software and hardware platforms in order to ease the cost and complexity for OEMs and Solution Integrators to bring their cellular-based projects to fruition.
First, Atmosphere has integrated NimbeLink’s cellular-based Asset Tracking devices with the Atmosphere IoT Platform and created a scalable, enterprise-grade cloud-based application that can be used to monitor the location, motion and environmental conditions of a variety of physical assets. Atmosphere IoT’s new asset tracking application offers customers white label branding options and a customizable set of device management, data visualization, notification and sophisticated organizational and user management features. Optionally, clients can use Atmosphere’s low code development environment to modify the cloud application, taking full control of their user’s experience without requiring advanced coding skills.
To learn more about Atmosphere’s new cloud-based asset tracking application, send us a request at https://atmosphereiot.com/contact/.
Additionally, Atmosphere recently added support for the NimbeLink Skywire LTE Cat M1 / NB-IoT embedded cellular modem to its IoT Studio library. Using Atmosphere’s visual, Integrated Development Environment (IDE), OEM developers can easily incorporate the Skywire LTE CAT M1 / NB-IoT embedded modem with a range of low-power, low cost programmable MCU-based development boards and sensor peripherals already supported within Atmosphere IoT Studio.
By signing up for a free Atmosphere Developer account, developers gain access to a pre-built demo project that uses the NimbeLink Skywire embedded cellular modem.
Additional details on the properties for Atmosphere’s new Skywire modem Embedded Element Library (EEL) is provided in the on this documentation page.
Visit NimbeLink’s product web page for additional data sheets, pricing, and distributor options.
Finally, developers can take advantage of the Atmosphere Developer Forum, a helpful resource for posting questions, comments and insights.