New Linux Home Hub SW Release Available for the Open-Q™ 212A -

10 Oct 2019

New Linux Home Hub SW Release Available for the Open-Q™ 212A

Intrinsyc’s latest release for the Open-Q™ 212A Home Hub Platform is an alternative Linux SW package focused on demonstration of the Mozilla WebThings Gateway. It is meant as an example implementation of a home hub gateway with web browser-based UI for controlling home automation devices. Using this SW release on your Open-Q™ 212A Dev Kit you can set up a home automation gateway to control devices such as Wi-Fi based smart lights or smart plugs. It can be controlled from your smartphone or computer on your local home network, or optionally, through remote access via a secure tunneling service provided by Mozilla.

Also added in this release is support for the Google Assistant SDK, in addition to the Amazon Alexa SDK that was already available in the previous release.

If you want to try out this release on your Open-Q™ 212A Dev Kit you can download the binary installation package from the Files tab of the 212A Tech Portal (registered customer only). You can also find the Release Notes document there with more details on supported features, known issues, and instructions on how to run the demo applications.

To find out more about the Open-Q™ 212A Home Hub Platform visit the webpage at https://www.intrinsyc.com/open-q-212a-development-kit/.

If you need help planning the development of your next home hub, or other IoT product, contact Intrinsyc at https://www.intrinsyc.com/sales-inquiry/ to arrange a meeting with one of the Company’s solution architects.

Author: Russell Fretenburg            Product Manager, Intrinsyc Technologies


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