Faststream Technologies used the IoT Simulator Sensor/device that quickly creates test conditions powered by multiple sensors and gateways, all on just one computer.
Our IoT Simulator supports most of the familiar IoT protocols. They include:
- Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT) protocol is based on publication or subscription and Both version 3.1 and version 3.1.1 MQTT customers are carried and simulated sensors can be used to occasionally publish messages to a specified broker. The built useful features also consist of subscriptions for brokers and learning messages for subsequence repeat.
- MQTT-SN protocol is a disparity of MQTT for various IoT Simulator Sensor Networks that has a further solid packet encoding. Like MQTT, simulated sensors can be elevated to occasionally publish MQTT-SN client messages to a particular broker and a built-in learner utility is included to learn messages for ensuing replay.
- MQTT-Broker is that which receives MQTT subscribe or publish approvals from applications within the cloud/platform and sends publish messages to them. The simulator supports this functionality to simulate thousands of gateways. To another MQTT-broker the cloud is also available for other MQTT-brokers in permissive bridging.
- CoAP is an Internet Engineering proposed standard task force for salvaging and managing information for sensors and devices in an awkward environment. Utilizing our patented technology, the simulator can gain knowledge from current CoAP sensors/devices to equivalent customer environments or use the learned data as a template to create thousands of sensors and gateways.
- HTTP/s customer constantly conveys XML/REST applications to cloud/platform servers. The simulator consists of learner applications to know more about HTTP requests and periodically forward them to a particular server for nearly thousands of gateways simulations.
- HTTP/s server replies to incoming HTTP appeals with feedback. The simulator will be able to set up using experimental data for simulating gateways that carry this functionality.
- Modbus over TCP summarizes Modbus, applying the industry’s serial de facto standard, within TCP packets to entitles communication with automation devices. The simulator can get ideas from existing Modbus over TCP servers to pair customer surroundings, or utilize the gained data as a template to generate thousands of Modbus-managed devices.
- BACnet/IP server counters to incoming BACnet unicast and broadcasts requests with responses. The simulator can be set up using learned data for braced objects and their belongings. Some services like I-am, Read Properties, Who-is, and Read Properties Multiple are presently supported. A learner benefit is also incorporated.
- LoRa Gateway gets LoRa frames (PHYPayload) from LoRa IoT Device Simulator over User Datagram Protocol and summarizes them into LoRa Gateway Message Protocol packets and conveys them to a selected LoRa Network Server. Upon getting the downstream messages from Network Server, it brings out the frame payload and redirects it to the suitable device over UDP.
- LoRa Device presently holds up LoRaWAN 1.0.3 framing for Class A and C devices and transfers generated LoRa frame (PHY Payload) to multiple connected LoRa Gateways over User Datagram Protocol. It carries activation by both Over-the-air-activation(OTAA) and Activation-by-personalization methods for setting up security keys. When talking about a particular gateway, the signal strength, signal-to-noise, and channels can be specified. We can modify the data payload by using scripts to display various sensor performances.