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A graphical tool for working with IoT hub-connected devices is the IoT explorer. This focuses on how to test your IoT Plug and Play devices using the tool. It is possible to connect to a hub after installing the utility locally.
GLOBAL IOT EXPLORER KIT MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
The Global IoT Explorer Kit market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
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XPLR-IOT-1 Multipurpose Explorer Kit.The XPLR-IOT-1 explorer kit from u-blox is a development platform that is ready to use and contains essential IoT components and services for a wide range of use cases and applications.
In addition to cloud communications capabilities, the XPLR-IOT-1 IoT explorer kit features GNSS, cellular, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth technology.
The pre-loaded firmware connects to the internet, turns on the sensors, and then feeds sensor data to a web-based dashboard through MQTT messaging via the u-blox Thingstream IoT service platform.
The kit comes with everything needed for a quick and simple first setup, and it works right out of the box. The kit can publish data to the cloud and show off an entire end-to-end solution with just a few preliminary manual steps.
Mobile functioning is made possible via a rechargeable battery. An accurate position is provided by a low-power GNSS receiver.
A magnetometer, gyroscope, accelerometer, and battery gauge are also included in the exploration kit along with integrated sensors for temperature, humidity, pressure, and ambient light.
The XPLR-inbuilt IOT-1’s SIM allows it to be customised for cellular networks in many different nations across the world. Alternatively, the user can use the accessible nano-SIM slot to connect with a preferred network operator.
The XPLR-IOT-1 kit connects to the u-blox MQTT Anywhere service and uses the MQTT-SN protocol for data and power-efficient communication with the Thingstream platform.
The built-in Wi-Fi module and the u-blox MQTT Now service provide a different way to access the cloud if Wi-Fi is preferred.
Pre-flashed application software is included with the XPLR-IOT-1 kit, and the source code is also accessible. The Data Flow Manager receives and handles the sensor and positional data when it is collected and published to the Thingstream platform.
The example Node-RED programming provided explains how to quickly and easily see the data in a dashboard.
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