The Arduino IoT Cloud, public beta version, has been announced. According to Arduino’s online blog, the new platform simplifies IoT application development, management and deployment.
Arduino frames the announcement in the context of “democratizing” IoT development. Users do not need to limit their configurations and connections to Arduino hardware; the platform can interface with most Linux-based devices.
“It allows users to create applications that solve real-life problems,” the company said, “and hopefully, improve their lives.”
Six months of private beta testing preceded the public launch, according to Arduino chief information officer Luca Cipriani. He added that the public beta includes automatic dashboard generation, Webhooks support and full TLS secure transport.
For more information, visit the home page for Arduino IoT Cloud.