Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT


Connecting IoT devices to Azure using Cody

24 November 2021 Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT

The ability to transmit data to the cloud securely is one of the core functions of any Internet of Things (IoT) product. While Tibbo has previously demonstrated how to communicate with Microsoft Azure in its journey of exploration for the WM2000EV, Cody now makes sending telemetry to Azure easier than ever.

Cody is a project setup wizard that generates project code. Configure your hardware and basic application settings and Cody generates code for your project based on best practices for the Tibbo platform. Thanks to built-in support for Azure, configuring a connection in Cody takes almost no time at all. Just enable the Azure service, enter your credential, and Cody generates the code to communicate with Azure's provisioning service. This code allows your device to connect to the cloud securely and saves hours of reading documentation and programming.

Through the use of AppBlocks, integrating Azure into an application is as simple as dropping a few code blocks onto the project canvas and drawing lines to interconnect them. With AppBlocks, you can create entire custom solutions with little to no coding.

To help you get started, Tibbo has created a short tutorial video showing how to connect a sensor to Azure in just minutes.

For more information contact Andrew Hutton, RF Design, +27 21 555 8400, andrew@rfdesign.co.za, www.rfdesign.co.za


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