Interneting Every Object—— Minew’s Great show at MWCA 2018
The three-days Mobile World Congress America was successfully held on September 12-14th in Los Angeles Convention Center; gathering nearly 1000 participating companies, 22,000 attendees from 110 countries.
One of the global leading IoT (Internet of Things) enterprises dedicated to leading the world into IoT times, Minew showed up carrying our latest BLE products and service at Booth S 2836. Based on our Bluetooth 5 0 to Wi-Fi gateway the latest IoT Development Kit earned special attention in the exhibition congress Most visitors show great interest in the Kit and intention to conduct a project test Minew IoT Development Kit is the smallest and smart IoT demo system, it helps the developers to quick develop and demo their enterprise level IoT application system. The development kit collects data from Bluetooth beacons (iBeacon & Eddystone) and BLE sensors, then sends the collected data to the TCP server or remote cloud server by HTTP/MQTT/mbed (ARM) with SSL/TLS security protocol over Wi-Fi/Ethernet.
Missed us at MWCA? Minew team will appear at the September 18-19th Bluetooth World 2018 Exhibition in Santa Clara Convention Center, California and there will be some cutting-edge Bluetooth hardware application demonstration. Come and join us in the Bluetooth World IoT congress.
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