Get ready to try out the new DeviceHub.net!

You've provided us with your feedback, we’ve integrated it and the brand new version of DeviceHub.net is ready to be launched on the 2nd of June 2015!

Just read the new documentation from the new website and then familiarize yourself with the new interface, data types and API as we’ve already migrated your projects, sensors and devices and everything is set for you to experiment with.

The sensor data is still syncing, do not worry, it will safely be there in a few hours.

If you encounter any bug while experimenting in the beta version of the new website, please let us know by using the contact form!

Get Started

Click on Get Started to create an account on the new beta site.

If you already have one, click here to login and go to your projects.

The old platform is still available for login from the top of this page.

Server status

users

sensors

actuators

pings

connect

Connect everything

Easily connect Duino, Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone or any other development boards and get your sensors data online.

Here is an example of connecting a sensor!


control

Control everything

So you have the data from the sensors. Mashup with actuators to make intelligent devices that self adjust with the environment.

Here is an example of connecting an actuator!


backup

Your data to go

Export all your sensors data from projects in .xls files or other extension as often as you want. Never lose your data again.

Learn more about this here.


So what can you do
with the Internet of Things?

Here are just a few examples of practical applications but you can tackle more specific needs.

Contact us to discuss further →





For business

control and keep track of almost every device in your company

gain insight on analytics and tweak your processes

integrate with existing solutions to make them better

increase your profitability by using your equipment in a smart way

Set up a conference call with our team →

forbusiness

For developers

learn the ropes with the Internet of Things

automate and control remote devices or your home

experiment and teach yourself electronics

be a part of the open source community

Get Started →

fordevelopers