An open-source development kit for prototyping IOT products
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This development kit is stocked with ideal starting hardware for Internet of Things (IOT). IOT allows the connection of computing devices and everyday objects via the internet. The kit is completely open-source making your interaction and programming easy with the abundance of online tutorials. The coding is similar to that of Arduino code but interactive through Lua script.
The ESP8266 with NodeMCU Firmware can be used as a WIFI Client or Access point or as a Client and Access Point simultaneously.
This kit is a cost-effective way to get you started on IOT.
General Uses and Applications
This kit allows you to create many different projects for your home or personal use. The kit is a good starting point to creating WIFI controlled smoke alarms, IFTTT buttons, controls for hardware, IOT projects and the list goes on.
For some examples and starter projects NodeMCU getting started.
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Espressif Systems have their headquarters based in Shanghai Zhangjiang High-Tech Park, which is considered to be “China’s Silicon Valley”, where they produce low-power WiFi and Bluetooth SoC’s and IoT hardware and software.
Their vision is to enhance the world by leveraging modern technologies like IoT and wireless communications to manufacture products that are more versatile, adaptable and eco-friendly, with the aim of reducing the amount of waste and pollution that the world produces each year. So far, they have been able to reduce the consumption of electrical components by hundreds of thousands of resistors, capacitors, inductors, baluns, switches and power management chips, while reducing the amount of Printed Circuits Boards, or PCB’s, by more than 50,000 square meters.
Espressif is quickly becoming the leading manufacturer of IoT and wireless components, modules and devices that cut out the need for cabling and unnecessary electronics, which will not only result in a world that is cleaner and more environmentally sustainable, but also more adaptable and capable of moving towards the future of human technologies.