Zerynth and WolkAbout Announce a Technology Partnership
We are delighted to announce our new partnership with Zerynth, provider of a suite of development tools which support Python or hybrid C/Python firmware development for 32-bit microcontrollers and the most popular prototyping and industrial boards: Flip&Click, ESP32, ESP8266, Arduino DUE, ST Nucleo, Particle Photon and Electron, and more.
Zerynth is not just another programming library for Arduino. It is designed to bring microcontrollers to life with Python instead of C, thus simplifying the development of IoT applications for non-embedded engineers.
The synergy between Zerynth and WolkAbout enables less complex and much faster development of innovative IoT applications by providing an ecosystem of tools to program microcontrollers in Python and connect them directly to WolkAbout IoT Platform. It allows developers to connect and control microcontrollers over-the-air while collecting, storing, managing and visualising data coming from thousands of different sensors and turning them into insights.
Learn more about Zerynth and WolkAbout
Zerynth is a provider of software tools that allow developers to program the most popular 32-bit microcontrollers in Python and C/Python language, and connect them to the top Cloud infrastructures. With headquarters in Pisa, Italy and a global sales team, Zerynth offers an easy, powerful and affordable way of developing new IoT products and Industry 4.0 applications.
WolkAbout is a Czech IoT company with its main product - WolkAbout IoT Platform. This scalable IoT application enablement platform allows users to easily and securely connect, manage, monitor and control disparate devices, transform real-time readings into meaningful data and combine different devices and services into a complete IoT solution. With WolkAbout IoT Platform, companies get the proven technology to develop powerful IoT applications and control their business ecosystem.
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Learn to program your device in Python using Zerynth and visualise your data with WolkAbout with only a few lines of code using this simple tutorial.