Software Platform Eases IIoT Wireless Connectivity

BehrTech unveils MYTHINGS, a wireless IIoT connectivity brand and product family that promises to simplify and accelerate the deployment of robust, scalable, and integrable Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN). According to its maker, MYTHINGS is the first software platform to implement MIOTY (TS UNB), the only LPWAN software to comply with the ETSI standard TS 103-357. MYTHINGS was created to facilitate full-scale LPWAN deployments in demanding industrial and commercial environments. Because the MIOTY protocol is at the core of MYTHINGS, LPWAN networks can be implemented for long range communication and with the longest battery life and highest interference immunity of any wireless connectivity solution on the market today.

Over the next six months, the company will release a lineup of products under the MYTHINGS brand. First is the MYTHINGS Module, a pre-configured rapid prototyping module running the MYTHINGS Library, a small footprint and power-optimized source code for IoT end nodes featuring MIOTY software. Addressing the need for reliable and cost-effective sensor connectivity, the MYTHINGS Module will enable systems integrators, VARs, technology vendors, and companies in a wide array of industries to build their own sensor prototypes for IIoT networks, enabling fast, simple, and flexible testing and deployment.

The MYTHINGS Module complies with the mikroBUS add-on board open standard design. By specifying the physical layout of microcontrollers or microprocessors (mainboards) and compatible integrated circuits and modules (add-on boards), the mikroBUS standard enables easy, flexible hardware design and development with a growing ecosystem of standardized development and add-on boards. Need additional information? Then checkout the MYTHINGS platform.

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