Lemonbeat Studio 2.0 accelerate the development of IoT

Posted 20 March 2018

Lemonbeat GmbH is presenting Lemonbeat Studio 2.0, its latest software for the rapid development of intelligent end devices for the Internet of Things (IoT).

Intelligent devices significantly reduce the need to exchange control data between end devices and cloud platforms or gateways, which in turn reduces bandwidth and increases efficiency and reliability.

At the heart of Lemonbeat’s IoT technology is its embedded operating system Lemonbeat OS, an operating system designed specifically for IoT that enables users to develop individual applications by combining standardised software modules.

With Lemonbeat Studio 2.0, software developers and system integrators can configure Lemonbeat OS-compatible sensors and actuators without needing to write a single line of code.

A new feature in Lemonbeat Studio 2.0 is the Lemonbeat TestSuite plug-in that allow users to test device configurations systematically and automatically using flexible scenarios.

The test scenarios can be run in the Lemonbeat Studio interface or as a console application.

The user can also integrate the configurations into existing test environments, such as Jenkins. The results can be output in XML format and exported to other systems.



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