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  1. WireFlow enters the world of IoT! Today we are proud to announce an open beta of WireQueue; our cloud based service that allows customers to build secure IoT solutions for data logging, monitoring and control of LabVIEW/LabVIEW RT targets. The WireQueue system consists of: a LabVIEW driver that makes it easy to exchange messages with other clients, monitoring apps for mobile devices and a cloud based server. WireQueue uses open standardized protocols and all communication is secured with SSL/TLS. Sensitive commands can be further protected with hardware authentication using WireFlow dongles. Visit https://www.wirequeue.com for more information, and to request a trial account. You can also find us at NI-Week in booth 923. //The WireFlow Team
  2. Hi guys; Wanted to share another exciting upcoming tool we will be releasing in the next few months. The Programmable Wireless Stamp is a tiny (but powerful) wireless hardware target we will be able to deploy LabVIEW code to by using the Arduino Compatible Compiler for LabVIEW. Some high level information on the link below. http://www.tsxperts.com/programmablewirelessstamp/ Our goal is to create an easy to use LabVIEW IoT platform that will allow us to quickly and inexpensively create wireless data acquisition systems and IoT applications. We don't have final pricing on it quite yet, but will be sharing that with the community as soon as we do. It is a great time to be an Engineer... Filipe
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