MQTT IoT Gateway
For Modbus TCP/RTU, Serial & CAN Bus devices
DESIGNED IN AUSTRALIA. BUILT IN USA.
Multiple Device Compatibility
Aggregate different data with one gateway device. See our example tutorials with
both top brands and smaller makers.
Establish an IOT Connectivity
Set up a Mosquito MQTT client on the IoT gateway to publish data to a designated MQTT broker
In our tutorial, we will run through the setting up of the Mosquitto MQTT client on the FATBOX G3 side to publish remote IoT device data to a MQTT broker running in AWS. From there the JSON message stream can be ingested by a MQTT subscriber and further processed (e.g. sent to a real-time dashboard for visualization).
1. Install and Run Mosquitto MQTT in Amazon AWS
2. Configure the Gateway's MQTT Client
3. Run sample MQTT script to test connection to AWS MQTT broker
Run Scripts On Board
Customising your Cloud Connectivity
Run edge applications on board the OpenWRT FATBOX G3 IIoT Gateway
which comes with a configurable inbuilt 2GB storage.
Flexibility of IOT Connectivity Options
The design of the G3 platform allows for flexible adaptation & iteration to service different conditions & network challenges
BUY or LEASE
The FATBOX G3 Linux IIOT Gateway
PURCHASE AS AN ASSET
Treat it as an asset with depreciation
LEASE AS A SERVICE
With No Lock-In Contracts & Product EOL Replacements, its perfect for application testing
& deployments that require more agility