mc-Platform => Announcements => Topic started by: mc-T2 on March 13, 2018, 12:35:37 pm

Title: Introducing 'Tempy' by mcThings!!
Post by: mc-T2 on March 13, 2018, 12:35:37 pm
Hello all,

We wanted to announce to you a new Indiegogo campaign that we just released today!

Tempy is a wireless temperature and humidity sensing system that monitors and reports live data directly to your phone, tablet or computer. Create custom text message and email alerts using the Tempy application notifying you of undesirable climate changes detected by your Tempy sensors. Avoid expensive temperature and humidity related damages such as frozen pipes and mold before they happen, while on vacation. Built for both indoor and outdoor use, Tempy is ready to report in any environment.

Check out the campaign here:

We'd love to get your support on this product and look forward to any backing that our forum users can provide!

Additional info

Tempy is not only a great ready-to-go solution but it should also showcase how the mcThings platform can be used to create easy to implement IoT solutions! For any user out there that has an idea in mind for creating an IoT solution using our platform, Tempy is a perfect example of how the hardware can be developed and used to bring valuable data into a software/cloud application to visualize and make the data valuable.
Title: Re: Introducing 'Tempy' by mcThings!!
Post by: jeroens on March 13, 2018, 07:53:11 pm
Will it also be possible to get live data from the cloud through an api or for instance mqtt?
Title: Re: Introducing 'Tempy' by mcThings!!
Post by: mc-T2 on March 14, 2018, 10:27:38 am
@jeroens - Not with Tempy. Tempy devices will direct their information to the website (where you will sign up for an account and start to view incoming data from your devices). You won't be able to modify the device programming or direct the information to any other services with the specific Tempy devices.

That said, you will be able to purchase the unaltered devices that we are using for Tempy yourself and then can program them and direct the information to any service that accepts webhooks (HTTPS). We are also going to be building an MQTT integration into the new mcCloud service.
Hope that helps!