Connect Apps with Things

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"Thingsquare's end-to-end software platform connects devices and makes sure that the devices stay connected – from prototype to deployment

Founded in July 2012 by a team of Internet of Things pioneers and founders of the Contiki project, Thingsquare boasts over 25 years of combined expertise in the area of Internet of Things technology.

Thingsquare's customers are product companies that want world-class software to attain exceptional results with their smartphone-connected products.

Our customers to date have been in the areas smart lighting, home appliances, connected cities, home electronics, energy services, and hardware manufacturing."
Latest From @thingsqr
3 days ago
RT @smartcityadvice: great simple overview of #proximitycontrol from @thingsqr using #BLE and #iBeacon great for #lighting #IoT https://t.c…
4 days ago
RT @mclight0112: great simple overview of #proximitycontrol from @thingsqr using #BLE and #iBeacon great for #lighting #IoT…
4 days ago
What is proximity control? And why do you need it? #IoT #6lowpan #BLE #ibeacon #sensortag
4 days ago
RT @z80mikael: @adunk from @thingsqr at #fossnorth2016 on the immense value of software and using #foss to solve valuable problems. https:/…
5 days ago
Why you want firmware updates for your connected #IoT product
6 days ago
RT @arnonel: Hardware Spotlight - Zolertia, from the Thingsquare blog - Connecting Everything #IOT
6 days ago
Check out the Zolertia IoT hardware family
6 days ago
With a happy face like that, what's not to love? :)
RT @zolertia: Hardware Spotlight - Zolertia, from the @thingsqr blog - Connecting Everything #IoT…
This is the @zolertia RE-Mote #IoT development platform
RT @zolertia: Check out @thingsqr latest video featuring Zolertia's RE-Mote #IoT
The Zolertia RE-Mote is part of a family of hardware, from prototype to finished product
RT @4Li6NaN: Love the lego
Today we're starting off our new Hardware Spotlight series, where we're showcasing Thingsquare-compatible #IoT hardware
2 weeks ago
Firmware updates: run them in the background, but let the user be in control #IoT
2 weeks ago
"Done right, updating firmware is a smooth process that will help improve the experience for your customers" #IoT
2 weeks ago
RT @mikaelleven: #IoT firmware update strategies - and why you want firmware updates
2 weeks ago
RT @zolertia: how long a typical firmware update may take? via: @thingsqr #IoT #firmware


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