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ThingConnect IoT Device Components and BeaconFence now available for download in RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo You can now access over 50 ThingConnect IoT Device Components via the GetIt Package Manager (Tools > GetIt Package Manager) for download in RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo. This includes BLE and Z-Wave components, ranging from home automation, to fitness gadgets, medical devices, environmental sensors and more.     BeaconFence is now also available for download in RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo:   Download a RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo Trial ...

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Build IoT enabled apps with RAD Studio Berlin In RAD Studio Berlin, we provide access to over 50 prebuilt components for popular IoT devices. ThingConnect IoT device components range from healthcare devices such as heartrate montiors, blood pressure monitors and scales to home automation gadgets like BLE light bulbs, Z-Wave enabled door locks, smart switches, smoke detectors and more. Also included are components for popular fitness gadgets such as cycling sensors. The available ThingConnect devices use one of the following technologies: ...
Five ThingConnect IoT Devices You Can Easily Integrate With Your Apps If you are looking to wire up your home or office with smart technologies there are a number of devices that you can easily connect to and control from Delphi and C++Builder. These smart IoT devices that are part of ThingConnect. Bluetooth LE and Z-Wave are two technologies that are supported by ThingConnect. Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) or Smart Bluetooth provides a new environment for devices with small amount of data to transfer and lower power consumption. The Z-Wave protocol is an in...
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