These modules includes the OpenAT Application Framework. You need to integrate the AirVantage Connector in your application to enable the connection with AirVantage.
Follow the tutorial to connect your smart modules with AirVantage.
The following modules and modems are supported (all OpenAT modules):
Any issues ?
If you encounter any issue to set up your device, don’t hesitate to use the developer forum to benefit from the developer community experience.
These modules include the OpenAT Application Framework. You need to integrate the AirVantage Connector in your application to enable the connection with AirVantage.
What is a system? A system represents:
- A gateway/module which supplies the connectivity
- A SIM card which give the network access (if any)
- Some applications running in the hardware (gateway/module)
Check you have set your APN on the module.
Although it’s optional, it’s ‘useful to synchronize your device with AirVantage at least once to check if configuration is correct.
Have a look here to learn how to synchronize your system and how to use the Device Management Features.
In this step, we are going to send data using the MQTT API for devices. A huge choice of libraries for many types of hardware and languages is available on the web.
Finally test your application by using this tutorial .
Once your system communicates correctly and data values are stored in AirVantage, you may want to automate analysis by using rules and show them in a dashboard. Have a look at this tutorial to learn how to define a rule and design your operational dashboard.
Once your system communicates correctly with AirVantage and data values can be browsed and displayed, you may want to use them in your specific application. Have a look to our AirVantage API to learn how to use this API to build powerful applications.
All sample code is supplied within the AirVantage MQTT connector for Open AT.