Understanding the ThingaOS Cloud Platform

Understanding the ThingaOS Cloud Platform

If you are looking for an IoT platform that can become the cornerstone of a connected infrastructure in a residential or commercial setting, the ThingaOSTM Cloud IoT Platform is an ideal choice.

 

What Is ThingaOSTM Cloud IoT Platform?
ThingaOSTM can link different cloud platforms to launch various interactions and display useful recommendations, whether you need to adjust your playlist for a new song or if you need insight on the status of your factory production processes.
Perhaps, the most attractive aspect of the platform is how easy it makes integration with other 3rd party platforms. Similarly, customization is another of its strong suit. You can customize it easily to assist with your industry-related output. You can also connect it with AWS and Google Cloud and other leading cloud platforms.
With the platform, you can maintain contact with edge equipment and access the Web Cloud easily. If you manage a business, you can build an API to customize your access with IoT devices.

 

Protocols and Standards
ThingaOSTM Cloud is founded on the top of the latest standards and protocols.

REST (Representational State Transfer)
It supports REST architecture. Companies use REST APIs as an interface through which they can exchange HTTP-based content and transmit data in formats like JSON and XML.

OAuth2
The platform utilizes OAuth2 for authorization purposes. It powers applications to take restricted access for users' accounts while maintaining contact with any HTTP service. To do this, it delegates user authentication such that the service which hosts the user account can work on it.

CoAP (Constrained Application Protocol)
The platform is also compatible with CoAP(Constrained Application Protocol). It is a standard IoT protocol used for constrained networks and devices (like microcontrollers). CoAP helps when the network systems struggle with availability and bandwidth. Most commonly used for M2M (machine-to-machine) communication.

MQTT (MQ Telemetry Transport)
MQTT is a lightweight messaging framework that is used by a client to publish and receive messages. Since it is also created to handle constrained devices, it is useful in IoT environments. With MQTT, you can issue commands for managing outputs, and publish/read data on the sensor nodes. It is one of the most accessible mediums to initiate communication between smart devices.

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer)
SSL is a standard web technology that adds security to an internet-based connection. It uses encryption to hide data from malicious third parties.

DTLS (Datagram Transport Layer Security
It is a communication protocol that prevents tampering and eavesdropping. It is mainly used to safeguard the privacy of users.

OTA (Over-The-Air) Upgrades
Since software updates are often mismanaged in conventional IoT networks, Thinga Cloud provides OTA (over-the-air) upgrades for maximum security and scalability. You can assign relevant privileges to a user or group by configuring your devices.

If you are interested in creating an IoT-based network in your commercial or industrial production, contact us so we can integrate the ThingaOSTM Cloud Platform to improve your overall business efficiencies.
If you are interested to create an IoT-based network in your commercial or residential property, contact us so we can install Thinga Cloud Platform to improve your productivity.