Wavecom today announced its new M2M Studio software, based on products from the acquisition of Anywhere Technologies a year ago.
The new software replaces Open AT IDE, officials said. It is available now as a free download from Wavecom.com. Features are combined in one graphical environment, versus existing only as a separate application in the past.
Machine-to-machine developers now get a code editor, build wizard, target download, RTE mode monitor and a debugger, all inside an Eclipse framework. There is also a new automatic updating tool.
Better software for machine communications is an ongoing issue for real-world customers. Few people understand the term M2M outside of the cellular world; many companies simply think of their applications as telemetry or wireless networking. There is also a conspicuous lack of M2M industry standards.