20 May '15, 9pm

Q&A: A Glimpse into the Everyware Software Framework @EurotechFan

Q&A: A Glimpse into the Everyware Software Framework @EurotechFan

We believed there was a better approach rather than treating every project separately as a vertical solution, with no reusability and no versatility. We learned through 20+ years of experience in M2M business scenarios that a horizontal, data-agnostic software framework for devices and gateways was key. We identified the first main objective: all functions and services common to all vertical markets that are not tightly bound to the different telemetry data types must be part of the framework. Thus, we decided to develop the Everyware Software Framework (ESF) with the goal to connect devices in any geographic location to software applications through any kind of network and protocol.

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