We’ve been busy lately, preparing a new series of demos and tutorials for you. This time we’re focusing on all the possibilities of Industrial IoT. If you follow our tutorials you’ll see how easy it is to implement industrial IoT solutions with the 4ZeroBox and Zerynth software.

Today, we’re starting with the simplest example. The one every developer turns to in the beginning: Hello World. Or in our case: Hello 4ZeroBox.

What you’ll need to recreate the demo yourself:

  • The 4ZeroBox
  • Zerynth SDK
  • USB cable
  • A PC

You can take a look at how our setup turned out:

As we mentioned, this Hello 4ZeroBox demo is just the first in line. So, stay tuned for more demos, as we take you from the beginner level to more complex projects.

More about the 4ZeroBox

4ZeroBox, a versatile data acquisition unit, programmable in both Python and C thanks to the Zerynth OS. It is ideal as a machine-to-cloud interface to plug into old and modern industrial machines.

Over the years, we’ve used the 4ZeroBox to help numerous businesses build IoT and Industry 4.0 solutions. From industrial waste management and biogas production, to plant nursery management and industrial refrigeration, we’ve done it all. You can take a look at all our previous use cases here.

Download Zerynth SDK

Zerynth SDK is the gateway to our platform, and it includes:

  • Zerynth Toolchain – a command-line interface that integrates all the essential functions for the development with Zerynth OS and the management of the Zerynth Device Manager cloud service.
  • Zerynth Studio – an advanced IDE for the Zerynth Toolchain. It includes development and debugging tools and numerous code examples.

You can download it for free at any time, for Windows, Linux, or Mac OS. So, if you’re not using it yet, and you want to recreate this demo, visit the Zerynth SDK page, and click the download button.

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About the Author: Lana Vukovic

Lana Vukovic
Lana is a Classics graduate who got bored of ancient Greek and Roman texts and got into new technology instead.

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