8 Attributes of a Full Stack IoT Company

Chances are, if you are in the business of technology, you have come across the term “Full Stack”. It started few years back with the notion of a (software) developer being able to program all layers for web applications – you can find a great description from 2012 here: What is a Full Stack developer?. The momentum,…

IoT: The Rise of Edge Computing

IoT applications are distributed across several elements – device/thing, gateways, cloud and smartphone-based apps. The edge (or also referred to as “Fog”) is gaining tremendous traction. It is gaining popularity and press, especially this year, thanks to several key events & initiatives: Microsoft used its key annual event – Microsoft Build – to announce a major…

4 ingredients to get started with LoRaWAN

Introduction LoRaWAN™ defines the communication protocol and system architecture for the network while the LoRa® physical layer enables the long-range communication link. The protocol and network architecture have the most influence in determining the battery lifetime of a node, the network capacity, the quality of service, the security, and the variety of applications served by…

10 Essential Node Modules

Movinture has been developing its platform in Node for over 2+ years now. Our team has mastered the Node technology and we heavily use the following Node Modules in our cloud platform (iMsight) and applications: Expressjs: Choosing a web application framework is not an easy task, there are different factors that developers and architects consider…

6 Reasons to use Node.js for IoT

Node.js (or Node) a JavaScript runtime built on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine. Node.js uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient. The fact that it is I/O driven makes it ideal to for applications that are workflow or event driven, and especially for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. The Movinture application platform…