Open Edge Server A First For Building Automation & IIoT

Adesto Technologies’ SmartServer IoT next-generation edge server for building automation and industrial IoT applications is deemed the industry’s first truly open, full-featured and end-to-end industrial-rated IoT edge server. Its out-of-the-box device management services, intuitive user interface, and programmable interfaces and applications enable system integrators to deploy solutions in an afternoon. According to the company, users can meet the challenge of creating truly smart buildings by integrating their systems’ multitude of non-interoperable communications protocols with new sensing, analytics and predictive AI services not available through BAC systems.


SmartServer IoT supports multiple protocols and applications, enabling the convergence of diverse systems into a single edge networking and compute platform. It features:

Sponsored by Digi-Key

Analog Devices ADIS16500/05/07 Precision Miniature MEMS IMU Available Now from Digi-Key

The Analog Devices’ ADI ADIS16500/05/07 precision miniature MEMS IMU includes a triaxial gyroscope and a triaxial accelerometer. Each inertial sensor in the MEMS IMU combines with signal conditioning that optimizes dynamic performance.
  • support for popular building automation protocols and services
  • open northbound interfaces to any remote client, workstation or web application
  • open southbound interfaces
  • a data abstraction layer for connecting with emerging IoT protocols and devices 

With SmartServer IoT, businesses can embrace their existing, perfectly functional control and management systems, and enhance them by securely connecting them to advanced IoT technologies. For more details, checkout SmartServer IoT.

Suggested Articles

Research shows biggest growth expected in Latin America and Asia, as holographic telepresence emerges

Semiconductor Industry Association makes pitch for tax incentives and grants to chipmakers to compete with other countries as backed by lawmakers

The Semiconductor Industry Association sees significant uncertainty for chip sales in coming months, although May numbers were up by 6% globally.