wonderfully unique software solutions

Paessler launches BitDecoder beta for IoT data visualisation

Monitoring specialist Paessler has launched a public beta of BitDecoder, which helps translate IoT data from Sigfox 0G devices into visual formats.

BitDecoder is a SaaS application that decodes payloads from Sigfox 0G-connected devices, such as security devices. The Sigfox 0G network is available across 60 countries, including the whole of Europe.

Helmut Binder, Paessler AG CEO, said: “It was designed to make things as easy as possible for those who need to decode, transcode and transfer payloads from Sigfox 0G-connected devices towards digitised clouds.”

Encoded hexadecimal payload data is transformed into a decoded JSON format, making it more visual and easily readable. This saves time, using pre-defined device templates, and reduces the complexity of dealing with IoT data.

BitDecoder comes with many templates for multiple devices – saving development time and effort. No programming skills are required, according to Paessler, and because of the hosted infrastructure there’s no requirement to maintain a dedicated machine.

Cloning and editing templates can be created to meet specific project needs, and BitDecoder can send data directly to a selected endpoint.

Read the full press release.

Recent Articles

N-able rebrands RMM as N-sight – targeting IT teams and emerging MSPs

N-able has relaunched its RMM remote monitoring and management as N-able N-sight RMM, with a view to attracting more IT departments and...

Stormshield and partners warn of cybersecurity risks to Paris 2024

Giant global events -- such as the Paris 2024 Olympic Games -- can expect to continue to be targeted by cyber criminals...

Usecure builds security awareness focus, adds platform functionalities

MSP-focused security vendor Usecure is continuing to expand the capabilities of its human risk management focused software for partners.

Phishing attacks still plague common file types, Hornetsecurity warns

Phishing via archive, HTML, Excel or PDF files remain the leading email-based cyber attack on organisations, according to cybersecurity specialists at Hornetsecurity.

How TechSmith video-based learning can boost diversity and inclusion

When Hillsborough Community College in the USA wanted to create a remote-learning platform to assist students who use sign language, it turned...

Related Stories

Leave A Reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Weirdware monthly - Get the latest news in your inbox