Internet of Things (IoT)

We are running through the era of the internet of things, millions of integrated circuits are communicating with each other using internet technology. As we are moving towards the development of a highly integrated heterogeneous system containing analog, digital, software, physical & biological components. it is highly challenging to achieve robust operations and System on chip (SoC) design. Wireless Communication & Technology are also playing a vital role in developing the internet of things.

Whats New

Internet of Things (IoT) cloud platform is created, which allows you to visualize the data in tabular and graphical form. You can upload your data to this cloud via ESP8266, ESP32 wifi module, or any equivalent device with up to 16 wireless nodes. There is no limitation to the data update rate. When you first register and log in, you will get an api_key; this will be the unique key on which you will send the data. For a complete transfer link, you need to login.

Multipurpose IoT Cloud
IoTAlways for Education and hobbyst

A quick way to visualize and log data with esp8266, ESP32, GSM, or equivalent hardware. Sample codes and details are available in the Hardware section.

IoTAlways for General purpose

Make IoT applications to monitor Power usage, solar monitoring, weather monitoring, and more with this free cloud.

Realtime IoT Cloud

Multiple IoT nodes can send the data with 1 second internal to this cloud. A total of 16 parameters can be measured and displayed; however, one can send only one parameter or all, it depends on the requirements. All the parameters are accessible on a single page. And these are also customizable from the config menu. Demo


IoT Charts

Up to 16 parameters can be recorded in the form of charts, with an interval of 11 seconds. The chart is zoomable, clickable, and selectable. By default, a single parameter is selected, after having completely displayed the page, one can click on the other 15 parameters, and a maximum of 24 hours of recording is accessible. The charts give an interesting overview of the IoT's current status. Other functions include storing graphic data in CSV, pdf, Xls, png, etc. Demo


IoT gauges

Graphic gauges are also installed to create animated, dynamic and highly configurable linear and radial gauges. Each gauge has a response of 1 second; a total of 16 gauges may be chosen. Demo


Realtime GPS tracking cloud

Interested in creating an Arduino-based GPS tracker? A real-time GPS tracking web server is set up in which you can track your vehicle using GSM and GPRS modules. The link format includes latitude, longitude, velocity in km/h, and vehicle battery voltage.