Yodiwo announces new version of IoT workflow creator Cyan
Yodiwo, a major IoT cloud and fog platform provider, has released a new version of its flagship product, Cyan.
Cyan is a graph-based IoT application development and deployment tool that supports seamless connectivity between dispersed and diverse network devices with web and mobile applications storage systems and analytics. The new version adds features that enhances physical asset management and introduces unique reporting and device management capabilities.
The new Cyan offers Live View, which provides real-time information on sensor metadata and values from real-time alarms, events and decision-making logic. Another addition is the Floor Plan View, which visualises the sensors and actuators environment, and Thing Sharing, which creates IoT Social Channels for team activities.
Thing Sharing in particular enables individuals within a team to share their mobile phone functions, such as their location or camera. In a business environment, IT administrators can improve their data ownership and handling of sources, while giving temporary access to third parties.
Another new feature to Cyan is Thing Grouping, which enables creation of groups by thing type, manual assignment or assigned tag. Each group appears on the Cyan toolbox as a special block representing all Things in the group. Similarly, a new Virtual Things feature simplifies the development of User Stories by carrying one graph's outcome as input to another, while allowing output buffering.
The new Cyan is offered for free for evaluation and personal small-scale IoT applications, from the Yodiwo website.
The new release comes at the same time as the publication of a new MarketsandMarkets report which forecasts that the global fog computing market will grow at a CAGR of 55.6% from $22.28 million in 2017 to $203.48 million by 2022.
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