How to build your wireless IoT product in 2021
When the wireless mesh is unavailable, store data locally
How to find a reasonable budget expectation for your IoT project - and how to increase the value.
We built an IoT mesh network to help understand shopper behavior, without using cameras.
Thingsquare's built-in channel scanner helps visualize radio noise on the sub-GHz frequency bands
See the powerful Thingsquare IoT platform in action
When you have to install thousands of IoT devices, you need to make device installation impressively fast. Here is how to do it.
Picking an antenna for your IoT device comes with many pitfalls. Let's remove a couple of them.
Do the theoretical predictions of wireless range match the real world? We took a walk around the neighborhood to find out.
Understanding the quality of the radio coverage for your sub-GHz network is essential. We developed a tool to do it.
Adds support for a new hardware platform, improvements for very large networks, and a new Bluetooth scanning mode
To help the 20 second hand wash, we built a version of our hand wash sensor with off-the-shelf hardware
Washing hands for 20 seconds can be difficult. We built a device to help keep it up, and keep track of the habit.
How we ensure that the Thingsquare IoT platform always works as expected.
The Thingsquare IoT platform keeps track of the power consumption of all its devices. Let's use this to determine the lifetime of our IoT devices.
Why we use the new TI LPSTK kit for many of our customer projects
Yes, the Internet of Things without the Internet is a thing
Make them good looking, robust, functional, and sellable.
Sometimes you need to physically reprogram a bunch of devices with a new firmware image. Here is how to do it with the thsq-device-flasher tool.
Wireless IPv6 mesh networking makes your IoT system solid, scalable, and free from WiFi interference.
The new TI LPSTK-CC1352R kit: Internet of Things hardware for IoT solution development, from lab to deployment
Scale, power, and wireless can break your Internet of Things
The cloud is an integral part of the IoT, but there are good reasons to not always rely on it. That's why we are adding support for cloudless IoT in our IoT platform.
These are some of the exciting Internet of Things projects we at Thingsquare have been working with this year
The value of your IoT solution increases when you challenge your assumptions.
With longer range and lower power than WiFi or Bluetooth, sub-GHz networking is the outstanding choice for many IoT applications
Internet of Things platforms reduce development time, but that is just one of the reasons why you should use an IoT platform for your project.
With updates to the mobile app and web frontend
The prototype is the first, crucial step to building an Internet of Things product. This is what an IoT prototype should consist of.
As a business concept, smart devices is not the only thing the IoT has to offer
Learn how IoT solutions are disrupting retail, bringing brick-and-mortar shops and e-commerce closer to each other.
To make money with your IoT project, don't start with the technology. Instead, estimate market need and how much you can address.
Office plants need water and nutrition. We automated it.
Enterprise IoT projects are engineering-heavy - this are the types of developer talent required
Co-working spaces like WeWork use hot desks to optimize the office - this Thingsquare-based project uses IoT to optimize the hot desks
Never have an empty shelf ever again thanks to these Thingsquare-based, battery-driven wireless lasers
The IoT is valuable - we help you find how to apply it to your business
This is where Thingsquare customers find tech documentation
More Power, Less Power - Unlimited Power
Solve a problem, build to validate, not to illustrate
Deploying an IoT system at scale can be a challenge - here are 5 tips to make it easier!
TryLikes' wireless smiley buttons provide unique insights into customers' shopping behavior
Add a little more smarts to each device, while having a long healthy life on a small battery
How to Make Sure Your Software Runs for Years on Tiny Batteries
Network-wide Over-the-Air (OTA) updates: something that no other IoT system can do
A Thingsquare native Windows app that you can use
From Proof-of-Concept with Off-the-Shelf Hardware to Professional System
Behind Every Successful Product is a Successful Hardware Design
Build a Wireless Door Sensor with Push Notifications without Programming or Soldering
And Get a Push Notification when Values Change
Running on Rays of Light and Off-the-Shelf Hardware
With Phone Notifications
Long-Range, Battery-Driven Sensors that Collect Temperature, Humidity, Air Pressure
Wireless Networking in the Extreme
How to Set up a Wireless Sensor Network with Off-the-Shelf Hardware
And put Your Own App in the Browser Too
When it Comes to Lifetime, Responsiveness is More Important than Data Rate