SensiNact released as open source
Categorie(s) : Innovation & Society, News, Research
Published : 7 June 2017
The SensiNact IoT peripherals integration and management platform developed by Leti facilitates the interoperability and processing of data from heterogeneous sensors installed in urban environments. Leti announced that the software would be released as open source at the Embedded World 2017 trade show. The software has already been used in a Franco-Japanese research project on smart cities, ClouT (Cloud of Things), which kicked off in 2013 and which won a “Stars of Europe” award.
Access to the core features of SensiNact will give users—especially cities—an opportunity to develop their own applications without the risk of vendor lock-in. In addition, easier access to the platform will encourage users to share their experiences and compile use cases for the benefit of the entire community.