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LX would like to congratulate Telstra on winning the coveted Good Design Award for the development of the Telstra Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Locator.

The Telstra Locator is an innovative series of trackers, released by Australia’s largest telecommunications company, that will help customers keep track of belongings that matter most to them – from keys and bags, to bikes and pets.

The series comprises of a Bluetooth tag, which utilises the ‘Telstra Locator Bluetooth Community’ to obtain live location updates, while the Wi-Fi tag features additional connectivity to the Telstra Air network.

Telstra’s vast knowledge and deep understanding of telecommunications combined with LX’s experience in developing IoT products was leveraged to develop the innovative new listening network to help facilitate these trackers. The electronics (powered by the LX IoT Cores), embedded firmware, and mobile devices SDK design were undertaken by LX group.

Muhammad AwaisTelstra wins coveted Good Design Award for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Locator

This year LX was honoured and excited to attend the 2019 Good Design Awards with partners Agersens and Caroma, each of whom won an award.

Agersens eShepherd – Gold Award

Agersens claimed the coveted Gold Good Design Award as recognition of their world-first innovation in livestock management, the eShepherd.

eShepherd is a livestock virtual fencing solution that provides remote pasture management, and animal monitoring for improved livestock and land welfare. Developed in Australia for the global market, eShepherd helps farmers manage their animals and land more effectively in the face of climate change.

Unlike an electric fence, it works by training livestock behaviour. The animal receives a warning tone when it walks towards the virtual boundary, and receives a small electric pulse when it crosses the line. Research shows that livestock learn to turn away at the tone, and avoid the pulse entirely. The response to an audio warning signal, instead of visual cue, makes virtual fencing possible. Farmers use a web-portal to create virtual boundaries and check on livestock activity, all of which are updated dynamically to ensure accurate data.

The system enables farmers to have large-scale rotational grazing that is tailored to farm geography, vegetation, and seasonal variations.

LX Group worked in collaboration with Agersens to develop the electronics that drive the eShepard, including the hardware, firmware, and elements of the cloud connectivity.

Caroma Smart Command – Best in Class

Caroma received a ‘Best in Class’ Good Design Award in the Hardware and Building category for their series of the Smart Command intelligent bathroom products.

The Smart Command ecosystem interfaces with smart bathroom fixtures to monitor data, including the fixture usage, number of flushes and water usage. It integrates with mobile apps, building management systems and cloud platforms.

It allows the monitoring and control of water usage to save water, as well as facilitating informed decisions to be made relating to cleaning, maintenance resourcing, and other building management functions.

LX developed worked with the team at Caroma to develop the connection between Smart Command devices and the building management system, and the web interface which displays critical data.

Muhammad AwaisLX Celebrates 2019 Good Design awards with partners Agersens and Caroma

LX is honoured to be named as a finalist in the IoT Awards at the IoT Festival in Melbourne this week. The festival aims to reveal leading thinkers’ insights into how IoT creates new opportunities; showcases new and emerging IoT technologies; and shares IoT success stories from practitioners across all sectors of the economy.

LX and our clients have been nominated in two categories at the IoT Awards, to be announced later this evening. We have been nominated along with Senver for the TimerTag project in the Healthcare/Sport IoT category, and with Agersens and Cobalt in the IoT Channel Award category for the eShepherd Virtual Fence. This is a huge achievement for our clients, and we are delighted to be partnering with them on such exciting projects.

We would also like to congratulate our clients Telstra and CBA for their nominations as finalists in the Industrial IoT, Healthcare/Sport IoT and Primary Industry IoT categories.

We are thrilled to work with such innovative clients, and wish them, and all nominees, all the best this evening.

Muhammad AwaisLX named a finalist in the IoT Awards at the IoT Festival in Melbourne this week

Inspiration has struck. You’ve identified not just a need within your market, but an idea for an innovative, IOT-driven solution that has the potential to benefit both your customers and your company.

So what comes next? Do you file a patent? Hop on the first jet to China to start consulting with prospective manufacturing partners?

Although it may be fun to start brainstorming branding or putting together prototypes, a solid IOT development process begins with an assessment of two key factors: technical and commercial feasibility.

Determining Technical Feasibility

The goal of determining an idea’s technical feasibility is simple: can the product be made?

Of course, actually answering this question is much more challenging. Determining whether or not an idea is feasible from a technical standpoint requires that you first define its desired performance attributes. What specifically does the product need to do? Every individual feature adds technical complexity, which is why it’s worth considering which features are truly critical and which might be saved for future releases or product line extensions.

The answers to these questions will inform the selection of your product’s key technology, though your starting point will vary. Are you trying to integrate existing IOT technology into one of your current products? If not – if you’ll be building a new, bespoke product from the ground up – which technology stack components will be required, and how will the architecture be structured?

Determining technical feasibility begins with this type of ideation, but then progresses through stages of prototyping, user testing, product documentation and engineering sample creation before manufacturing at scale can begin.

Evaluating Commercial Feasibility

Technical considerations are only half the battle. Commercial feasibility asks, “can the product be sold?”

Again, there are many variables that must be taken into consideration, including the way the solution needs to be priced in order to be profitable, relative to the price point your market will support. If your IOT wearable must be priced at $250 to sustainably turn a profit, while competitors are priced at $50, you’ll face a hard road towards commercial success – even if your idea is technically feasible.

Other questions to ask at this stage include:

  • Is there measurable demand for the type of product I plan to create?
  • What will it cost to reach my target customers?
  • Which distribution channels will be most appropriate for my product, and how easily can I access them?
  • Does the product have long-term sales or recurring revenue potential that’ll offset initial development costs?
  • Are there any potential legal issues, regulatory challenges or other risks that could negatively impact my ability to sell my product?

Questions like these become even more critical if you’ll be raising funds for your IOT solution (rather than financing its development yourself). You can expect that an investor will examine every aspect of your commercial objectives before handing over any of their hard-earned capital.

Finding an IOT Development Partner

If you’ve never waded into the waters of IOT development before, you may find some of these questions to be impossible to answer. If you aren’t an engineer, for example, you may have no idea what the term “full stack” means – let alone how to apply it to the planning process for your idea.

That doesn’t mean you should give up on your IOT dreams. It just means that you need a partner who can guide you through the process. At LX Group, we offer a range of Fast Start and Launch Pad Workshops – ranging from initial idea validation sessions to immersive workshops that tap into our broad technical and commercial expertise – that are appropriate for startups, SMEs and large enterprises like Actron, Telstra and Vodafone.

Taking the Next Steps

There’s nothing like the excitement of a new idea. If you’ve got an IOT idea that ticks all the boxes of technical and commercial feasibility, know that the road from idea to execution can be a long, but exciting one.

To learn more about how LX Group can support you on this path, book a free, confidential call with our team or call +61 2 9209 4133.

Muhammad AwaisYou’ve Got an IOT Idea. What Comes Next?

Oreo has released 2000 ‘Oreo Yo’Self’ cookies at, where Australian consumers are able to create an avatar of their own face and send it to themselves.

LX custom developed the Oreo printer to ensure cookie creme printing precision, as part of a new campaign via Traffik Group. A Dobot Magician is controlled via bespoke software that uses a camera on the robot arm to scan and print Oreo cookie creme – allowing a smooth and seamless journey from digital creation to production. The creme is dispensed from a syringe, moved by the Dobot arm, onto the giant Oreo cookie through 12 pneumatic air controlled syringes.

Customers are be able to select from a range of features to Oreo-fy themselves including; hair style and eye colour and style and accessories, to get playful and personalise their cookie.

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LX Group is an electronic product development company. We work with clients from concept through to production, across a range of industries from food to consumer and medical products. Contact LX Group at to see how we can transform your idea to reality.

Muhammad AwaisCreate your own Oreo Avatar and watch it printed live

LX is excited to be named by Analytics Insight Magazine as one of the Top 10 Most Valuable IoT Companies to Watch in 2019. “It’s a huge honour to be included in this list of companies”, says Founder and Director, Simon Blyth. “We are excited about where the industry is going, and our part within it.”

The accolade recognises companies offering intelligent and highly scalable IoT solutions, laying a path to success for thousands of global companies planning to shape their digital transformation journey across industries.

LX is an award winning innovative IoT electronics product development company specialising in the creation of next-generation IoT devices. LX offers a range of tracking & sensing solutions (CATM1, NB-IoT, LoRaWAN, Bluetooth and WiFi) to help enterprises across a wide range of industries focus on generating value.

LX’s full-stack platform, IoT Cores, accelerates the development of the bespoke IoT devices from custom IoT hardware design through to the cloud backend. LX also undertakes the turnkey design of custom embedded systems and wireless technologies from concept through to production.

Contact LX Group for more information about our IoT products and bespoke solutions.

Muhammad AwaisLX Named as one of the Top 10 IoT Companies to Watch in 2019

Congratulations to our client, HeadsafeIP, who was awarded the Accelerating Commercialisation Grant for their product Nurochek in March. The Grant will allow for activities to complete commercialisation of the portable device which assesses traumatic neurological injuries. Following this, HeadsafeIP is planning to explore the use of Nurochek for degenerative neurological disorders including dementia, delirium and stroke.

Nurochek is a headset that measures aspects of the brain’s electrical activity using EEG. Both affordable and portable, the custom headset broadcasts EEG signals to a smartphone for analysis and to Cloud for secure storage. Subsequent tests can be carried out and compared to previous results or baseline to be examined by a doctor.

HeadsafeIP was also for awarded “StartUp of the Year” at the 9th annual Australian Healthcare Week (Click here to see the article), and has recently closed their Bridge Funding round with Australian, Euroupean and US investors. It’s exciting to partner with them on their journey!

LX has worked closely with HeadsafeIP on the Nurochek product development, delivering the custom electronics hardware design and embedded firmware development.

Contact LX to discuss how we can help you accelerate your new product development initiatives.

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Muhammad AwaisNurochek Kicks Major Goals

Track it. Sense it. Trust it.

Barcelona: 25 – 28th February 2019

[for release from 12pm Monday 25th CEST]

Australian IoT company LX Group announces smart contract product line integrating the latest in LTE-M, IoT and Blockchain technology at Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona. Powered by the LX IoT Cores platform,, the new IoT device range is designed to reduce barriers to innovation for developers of real-world smart contract applications by providing  device, platform, API and associated commissioning tools.

On display at MWC19 LX are showcasing the new industrial CatM1/NB-IoT tracker,, featuring indoor and outdoor location engine (GPS + WiFi), a range of on-board environmental sensing options, embedded crypto core, Bluetooth 5 radio and 3 year battery life.  LX have also updated their existing Blue Node product line with CatM1/NB-IoT and smart-contract support for static sense applications,

Successful trials have been conducted to monitor seventeen tonnes of almonds from Sunraysia in Australia to Hamburg in Germany on an Ethereum based blockchain.  The trial was completed last year with the Commonwealth Bank and project partners Patrick Terminals, Pacific National, OOCL and Olam Orchards,–201807.html.

Featuring Bosch sensors, uBlox CatM1/NB-IoT cellular module, ST Micro processing and Microsoft Azure cloud back-end, the product stack incorporates  the latest technology from world leading IoT players.  The product line also incorporates the LX ultra-low power IoT OS, advanced tracking algorithms, Over-The-Air firmware updates and LX CoreView app for easy commissioning.

Granular traceability, condition monitoring, yield optimisation and predictive maintenance are moving rapidly from concept to cornerstone business practices necessary to staying competitive. LX reduces barriers to innovation by providing the core building blocks for businesses and application developers looking to solve real-word problems across industry verticals.

In addition to suppling global Tier 1 banks, multinationals and mobile network operators with cutting edge IoT solutions, LX provides a full-stack strategy to scale custom IoT product development service,  LX is one of Australia’s fastest growing companies and will be launching a European office later this year to facilitate expansion into new markets, provide local product support and access new talent pools.

Founder, Simon Blyth and Head of LX Europe, Hugo Blanc will be at Hall 8.0, booth C31 between 25th – 28th February to showcase the new product line.

Next Starts Now.


    • LX Group announces CatM1/NB-IoT Blockchain Tracker with condition monitoring at Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona.
    • In-built crypto core to support smart contract implementation for supply chain applications, cutting edge IoT technology including a range of on-board sensor options, Bluetooth 5 and both indoor + outdoor location capability (GPS + WiFi).
    • Open API for developers to build custom applications. LX supplies device through to API to reduce time, cost and risk to market for organisations and developers looking to build real-world industrial IoT + Blockchain solutions.
    • LX has also announced an upgrade to the existing static sensing range (Blue Node) to operate on the CatM1/NB-IoT network and support smart contract implementations.
    • Successful trials completed using early prototypes with Tier 1 bank and major logistics partners in an Ethereum based private blockchain project.


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Muhammad AwaisLX Group announces CatM1/NB-IoT Blockchain Tracker with Condition Monitoring at MWC19

LX lives and breathes the Internet of Things, so when we were approached by CommBank to collaborate in a one-of-a-kind experiment which would see Australia’s largest bank dip their toes in the vast pool that is IoT, we were more than a little excited. The experiment would incorporate the Internet of Things and blockchain technology throughout the supply chain for one of Australia’s leading orchards and demonstrate just how powerful these rapidly developing fields can be for business. It was our chance to show the world just what LX could do in this emerging space, and how our bread and butter – the Internet of Things – along with blockchain technology can influence every stage of the supply chain for the better. 



Of course, for technology boffins like our engineers, the IoT and blockchain need little explanation. But for the rest of the business world, the understanding of these potent technologies is limited, to say the least. Taking part in the CommBank experiment would help LX and the other collaborators explain the potential for these technologies in real-world terms. 

The experiment

CommBank’s Innovation Lab was keen to investigate how the global supply chain could be improved using these advanced technologies for end-to-end solutions. The Innovation Lab’s assessment determined that enhanced visibility and accountability throughout the supply chain was key to improving business. 

Bringing together a range of experts in trade, banking, and technology to collaborate on this investigation, it was dubbed the Trade-chain Experiment. The process would see a shipment of almonds from Olam Orchards Australia – fitted with sensors to measure both temperature and humidity as well as cellular network tracking – make its way from Victoria to Germany via rail and sea networks. The produce would change hands between 5 independent companies along the way, and the experiment hoped to allow these firms to work together, enhancing visibility, thanks to IoT and blockchain technologies. 

According to CommBank, “The transported goods are given a unified, secure record of their whereabouts, which can be checked via a web app at any time. This results in smarter planning and potential cost savings throughout the supply chain.”

The supply chain could use a shake-up

“This shake-up of the supply chain is about fairness. It’s saying, when the product leaves my place, it’s in a certain condition. If something happens during delivery, the supply chain takes that cost. The customer doesn’t pay for mistakes made along the way, and it incentivises the supply chain to be more efficient and accountable.” Simon Blyth, Director, LX Group. 

Trust is at the heart of any supply chain, and yet the process often lacks transparency. Both suppliers and the end consumer are at the mercy of the middle-men and their ability to deliver a product on time and in an acceptable condition. 

Olam, one of the world’s largest almond producers, faces hurdles throughout their supply chain which have consequences in terms of time to market, product quality, and most importantly, costs and reputation. In real terms, a large shipment of almonds from Australia to Germany changes hands several times throughout its journey. The temperature and humidity within the containers carrying the produce is critical for the quality of the product once it reaches its final destination. The lack of transparency in the supply chain means that accountability for damage or reduced quality is often hard to determine. For producers like Olam, this can mean a reduced price for their product and can affect their relationships with buyers. 

Whilst the global supply chain is committed to adopting new technologies and enhancing accountability, there’s no doubt that the industry is overdue for a shake-up. Revolutionary technologies like IoT and blockchain have the capacity to disrupt existing logistics practices, through enhanced transparency, increased efficiencies, and never-before-seen responsiveness. 

LX Group and the Internet of Things

“The international trading system has come a long way, and today we have technologies that have the potential to allow all parties in a supply chain to trust each other with fewer intermediaries and costly documentation,” CommBank Trade-chain Experiment.

Anyone with an interest in technology has heard the term ‘Internet of Things’. At LX, it’s our entire focus – bringing cutting edge IoT products to market and solving business problems in ways that were not previously possible, or perhaps even known. However, even now, we’re only scratching the surface in terms of applications for IoT. CommBank’s Trade-chain Experiment is giving both the Australian and international markets a peek at what’s possible by incorporating IoT devices with blockchain technology. 

Internet of ThingsThe connected world made possible by IoT allows us to create measurable solutions for business, helping them to better manage their assets, assign accountability, efficiently manage contracts and make better decisions. Keeping the transport operators accountable for the condition of stock by using smart contracts is one key element to the advantage of IoT and blockchain technology. It allows suppliers to automatically apportion the costs of damaged or quality-affected stock to those responsible and ensure their margins are maintained. It also means that the end consumer isn’t lumped with paying a premium for a product of reduced quality, in the event of an issue with transporting the stock. Not only does this keep costs under control for suppliers and the end consumer, it incentivises transport operators to maintain the highest standards of service. 

IoT and blockchain work together to bring efficiency to the supply chain – minus the hassle, costs, and delays associated with enforcing complex legal frameworks. LX Group Director, Simon Blyth explains: 

“There might be four or five different businesses taking stewardship of stock throughout a delivery. There may be multiple trucking and shipping companies across multiple countries and legal jurisdictions, and there’s a lot of money at play. Not only is there the opportunity to apportion risk using smart contracts, there’s also simply a lot of inefficiency in filling out paperwork and room for human error.

“If you’re providing fresh produce to a large FMCG and you know the temperature wasn’t quite right, you can deduct from the courier company a percentage of their rate as a penalty. That incentivises the supply chain to take real responsibility and accountability and improve the quality of service. You don’t have to go through these clunky legal systems to solve disputes.”

As a firm with over a decade’s experience in designing and creating IoT devices, LX is at the cutting edge of the IoT revolution. 

“We build world-class products to compete on a global stage in high volumes. Where that fits in with blockchain and IoT is that, over a decade ago, we knew everything is going to be wireless. The key to adoption was ultra-low power, long battery life, low unit cost, and smaller units. So, we got really good at that type of product, and that became IoT. We strive to understand this kind of technology from every single angle. We are investing in these things because we have a good idea of where technology is heading next. That’s why we were so excited to be a part of this project.  We see the intersection of IoT + blockchain + AI to be one of the next big technology waves”. Says LX Group CEO, Adam Schindhelm. 

For the tech nerds in the room: The details

“I don’t believe we have seen innovation like we have in the last few decades in the entirety of human existence. The rate of innovation & technology change has gone exponential.  IoT, blockchain and AI are going to be a big part of where we go next.” – Adam Schindhelm, CEO, LX Group.

The majority of LX’s deployments fall under the categories sensing and tracking. CommBank approached LX to provide four sensors for the experiment, which would measure the temperature and humidity inside the shipping containers transporting Olam’s almonds. Furthermore, we provided tracking devices which operated using cellular trilateration to monitor the shipment’s whereabouts. 

The devices LX supplied were built around a low power ARM Cortex M3 microcontroller, running predominantly in ‘deep sleep mode’ so as to maintain a battery life in excess of 60 days. This ensured that the complete journey of the goods could be tracked from the container loading at Mildura, to the transport by rail to the port, then loading on to ships to travel across two oceans, and finally unloading at the destination in Germany.

Hourly environmental sensing inside the container was achieved with a Bosch low power temperature and humidity sensor, and a cellular modem provided both network connectivity and location sensing via cell tower trilateration. 

Each hourly sample of environmental conditions and location data was pushed from the device to the LX IoT Cloud, along with diagnostic information including battery level, RSSI, unique identifiers and timestamps.  LX IoT Cloud is a powerful IoT platform built upon Microsoft Azure that aggregates sensor and tracking data and provides a rich API to integrate with the Ethereum based blockchain solution for the experiment.

At each stage through the data chain, packets are secured and encrypted, right from the initial sample on board the device, through cellular communications, LX IoT Cloud integration, and then pushing on to the block chain transactions and dashboard displays.

The experiment was a tremendous success for all involved. Together with CommBank and its other collaborators, LX has helped demonstrate the value of IoT and blockchain to business – and in more ways than one. The possibilities now are almost endless. 

A final word from Simon on the Trade-chain Experiment:

“This experiment in particular excited me because people had started saying that blockchain would one day be bigger than the internet. Now, that’s a pretty big claim to make. I don’t know how you’d ever measure that. But, when you start to realise the extent to which blockchain can be used to enhance business, it’s actually not such a crazy idea. The more I thought about it the more applications I could see it being used for. From everything to small changes in how we currently do things today through to an entire machine to machine economy.

“For LX, the Internet of Things is part of a bigger picture of change. Akin to when the first transistor was built, we had no idea just how far that would go. And now look at the world we’re living in, with supercomputers in our pockets. LX sees IoT and blockchain really having the potential to change businesses everywhere, for the better.”

Muhammad AwaisLX, IoT and the CommBank Trade-Chain Experiment

ARM’s mbed Cloud Internet of Things Device Platform is a cloud computing software-as-a-service solution for the Internet of Things, which aims to offer a scalable and customisable solution for IoT device management challenges, providing all the tools you need for large-scale cloud-based IoT solutions at your fingertips.

It aims to help you focus your efforts on building your IoT-enabled business instead of building networks, and to accelerate the time to market for IoT products and services.

The mbed Cloud platform aims to bring IoT connectivity, security and firmware update needs together under one roof, simplifying the connectivity, provisioning, security and updates for any IoT installation, big or small, across complex networks.

It’s a complete chip-to-cloud service built for IoT applications, a full-stack solution that extends the reach of the cloud all the way down to each end-node IoT device. Using the mbed platform means you don’t need to be an expert in every aspect of IoT security, networking stacks and wireless technologies before you can see benefits from cloud-connected IoT solutions.

Developers can take advantage of the extensive ecosystems and user communities around the ARM and mbed product families, helping save you months of development work.

Furthermore, the mbed Cloud platform is tightly integrated for use with the mbed OS platform that has been developed for IoT devices running on ARM’s Cortex-M microcontroller family.

Although the use of these components is not mandatory for use of the mbed Cloud platform, choosing the mbed OS running on a Cortex-M microcontroller does potentially offer a lot of synergy in terms of an energy-efficient, bandwidth-efficient, compact, powerful and fast-to-market full-stack IoT solution from your device to the cloud.

The mbed Cloud platform offers reliable communication and data delivery based around open industry standards, and support for a wide array of embedded platforms. In particular – the mbed Cloud offers strong energy efficiency and support for low-power devices, as well as support for bandwidth-constrained devices employing efficient communication protocols such as CoAP.

Furthermore, the mbed Cloud Portal and Cloud Connect service provide powerful, secure and power-efficient device management services, built to support a diverse range of devices.

You can easily connect your devices and recognise them in any network, and then securely connect, provision and manage your devices with cloud computing services from a range of providers.  mbed1

The mbed Cloud and mbed Cloud Client can integrate easily with other cloud computing services, providing analytics and Big Data intelligence capabilities with the data collected from IoT devices. Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, IBM Watson and IBM Bluemix are all supported for connectivity with mbed Cloud, for example.

The service is built to support large-scale deployments of IoT device nodes, even when these devices are resource-constrained, using unique caching mechanisms that enable brief bursts of data transmission, helping to minimise power use in wireless devices. The service is uniquely optimised for efficiency, regardless of device type, and offers easy expansion as new technologies energy.

It’s a highly scalable and future-proof IoT cloud solution that allows an organisation to track, maintain and update an ever-growing number of devices. A modular approach allows enterprises to configure the mbed Cloud platform and tailor the service as your IoT networks and needs grow and evolve.

And device management is no longer an afterthought – the mbed Cloud platform offers efficient and secure remote management for your IoT devices, including firmware management and fail-safe updates across all devices in a network.

Cloud Update allows you to roll out easy, secure, reliable and scalable software updates, with end-to-end orchestration to enable you to manage and monitor the update process across large networks. Plus, the Cloud Update provides security for firmware updates, allows authenticity to be verified, and maintains integrity and confidentiality of your firmware.

All this provides fail-safe protection against inappropriate accidental updates, and recovery features that allow devices to recover from failed or corrupted firmware updates.

The platform is designed to allow easy integration, independent of the vendor of your IoT devices. The use of simple REST APIs helps simplify integration, and accelerates proof-of-concept prototype projects.

This helps you achieve faster scaling of your IoT deployments, increased productivity and reduced time-to-market by enabling developers to work with any device. A range of open, industry-standard protocols for data connectivity are supported by the mbed Cloud platform, including CoAP, HTTP and OMA LWM2M (Open Mobile Alliance Lightweight M2M).

Internet of Things devices communicate via REST APIs, via the cloud platform, to your enterprise software and web apps. Solid end-to-end security is provided, including TLS and DTLS security support for the transport layer.

Cloud Provisioning is one key component of the mbed Cloud platform, providing trusted device authentication, on-boarding of new devices into the network, and service provisioning. You can set up devices with security credentials, and assign and control the rights that different apps must access IoT devices in the network.

The Cloud Provision feature lets you manage which different trusted parties or applications can access data from sensors and devices, bolstering security across the full IoT stack from the chip to the cloud.

Overall the mbed cloud platform is one of a seemingly infinite number of options for your existing or new Internet of Things platform. Making the right choice for your needs can be daunting, so consider turning to the experts in the field – the LX Group.

We’re ready to help bring your existing or new product ideas to life. Getting started is easy – click here to contact us, telephone 1800 810 124, or just keep in the loop by connecting here.

LX is an award-winning electronics design company based in Sydney, Australia. LX services include full turnkey design, electronics, hardware, software and firmware design. LX specialises in IoT embedded systems and wireless technologies design.

Published by LX Pty Ltd for itself and the LX Group of companies, including LX Design House, LX Solutions and LX Consulting, LX Innovations.

Muhammad AwaisIntroducing mbed Cloud services for the Internet of Things