Arduino Due

Atmosphere IoT Studio adds support for the Arduino Due microcontroller board

Blog, Platform | September 17, 2019


Atmosphere IoT Studio now supports the Arduino Due microcontroller board

Nordic nRF52840

Atmosphere IoT Studio adds support for the Nordic nRF52840-DK

Blog, Platform | September 16, 2019


Atmosphere recently added support for the Nordic nRF52840 Development Kit

PIC-IoT

Atmosphere IoT Studio now supports the Microchip PIC-IoT WG Development Board

Blog, Platform | August 14, 2019


The Atmosphere Platform now supports the Microchip PIC-IoT WG Development Board

Atmosphere IoT Studio adds support for sensors from Sensirion

Blog, Platform | August 9, 2019


Atmosphere IoT Studio now supports new temperature and air quality sensors from Sensirion

Atmosphere IoT Studio now supports the STMicroelectronics Nucleo-L476RG

Blog, Platform | August 1, 2019


The Atmosphere Platform now supports the STMicroelectronics Nucleo L476RG development board

Atmosphere IoT Studio now supports Digi XBee3 LTE Cat 1 and XBee3 LTE-M/NB-IoT cellular modems

Blog, Platform | July 10, 2019


Two new Digi XBee3 cellular modems have been added as new devices on the Atmosphere Platform

Sensors Expo & Conference 2019 Recap

Blog | July 2, 2019


Atmosphere spoke on a panel, demonstrated some new features, and won the Startup of the Year at Sensors Expo & Conference 2019

Max Feather Platform Update

Atmosphere IoT Studio now supports the Maxim Max32630 Feather

Blog, Platform | June 13, 2019


The Atmosphere Platform now supports the Maxim MAX32630FTHR

IoT World 2019 Recap

Blog, News | May 23, 2019


Atmosphere had a great week in Santa Clara at IoT World May 13th-17th, connecting with partners, customers, media and analysts.

IoT Fuse 2019 Recap

Blog, News | May 4, 2019


Atmosphere breaks down the busy and productive week we had in Minneapolis at the IoT Fuse conference.

Atmosphere IoT Studio now supports the Adafruit WINC1500 Wi-Fi Shield

Blog, Platform | March 28, 2019


The Atmosphere Platform now supports the Adafruit WINC1500 Wi-Fi Shield

Atmosphere IoT Studio now supports the Microchip AVR-IoT

Blog, Platform | March 27, 2019


The Atmosphere Platform now supports the Microchip AVR-IoT development

Atmosphere IoT Studio now supports the Arduino Mega

Blog, Platform | March 26, 2019


The Atmosphere Platform now supports the Arduino Mega board

Welcome to Atmosphere Pro

Blog, Platform | January 14, 2019


The 1.2.3 platform update welcomes Atmosphere’s highly-anticipated Professional version, offering users an upgrade path to connect more devices, add cloud storage, and more features!

Here Comes the Edge (Again)

Blog, Insights | January 8, 2019


The edge is gaining favor in IoT by enabling options for faster, cheaper, and more secure deployments.

IoT System Architectures: Begin with the Data in Mind

Blog, Insights | December 17, 2018


The data architecture piece of your IoT system architecture should cover your unique needs for data aggregation, filtering, processing and analysis. Depending on the scope of your project, these functions could be small or large, and could exist on the edge, offsite, or in the cloud.

Creating a UART Slave Device in Atmosphere

Blog, Platform | December 12, 2018


This simple demo shows how easy it is to connect an Atmosphere supported development board to existing infrastructure by implementing a UART slave protocol.

Platform Update Version 1-2-2

Blog, Platform | December 2, 2018


Version 1.2.2 of the Atmosphere IoT Platform has just been released, and with it comes some fantastic improvements, including support for the STMicroelectronics SensorTile development kit as a project type in Atmosphere Studio, the addition of three STMicroelectronics sensors to the Studio library of embedded elements, and some significant updates for the Atmosphere IoT Agent. […]

3 Pitfalls When Building a Mobile App for IoT

Blog, Insights | November 5, 2018


Building an IoT mobile app can be complex and difficult. The app often has to work harder, do more and interact with physical things and the cloud-based applications.