Network Integration

Network Integration

Your devices can always connect directly with TagoIO API using HTTPS or MQTT protocol. But, you can also connect them using different protocols to databases and web services by using one of this methods:

  1. Create a script that initiate access to external services using Analysis. For example: to get weather forecast or to read/write in a Googlesheet.
  2. Use our Network Integration prepared to connect and translate data from devices connected to providers like LoRaWAN, Sigfox, satellite, or that use different protocols like TCP/IP or UDP.
  3. Create your on Network Integration, that will be able to push data to TagoIO in the correct device based on it's serial number, using your own protocol.

For the second method above, here is a list of some Network Integrations ready to be used: 


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