Node-M2M is a machine-to-machine communications framework which provides a native distributed computing environment for data exchange, automation and machine control.

Its simple API makes it easy to create secure applications in industrial IoT, factory automation, workflow orchestration and many others.
Develop distributed systems with less complexity. Setup resilient backbone communication infrastructure for your manufacturing and enterprise software.
Capture sensor data, check warehouse inventory, send alerts, access remote machines for diagnostics, e-maintenance, analytics and a lot more.
You can deploy your applications on-premises, bare-metal, containerized or deploy them in the cloud for a global distributed systems.

Key Features
  • End to end encryption using TLS
  • Token based authentication
  • Integrated FIM (file integrity monitoring) with active response
  • Always-on 2FA (two-factor authentication)
  • Zero trust access
  • Multi-client/multi-server architecture
  • Develop applications using client-server or publish-subscribe model
  • Full-duplex bidirectional communications
  • Intuitive API using node.js in FaaS (Function as a Service)
  • OTA (over-the-air) software updates
  • Track, monitor and manage your devices from anywhere
  • Edit, review and update your application code from the browser
  • Review event logs from the browser for diagnostics and troubleshooting
  • Send command instructions to your remote device using a secure CLI (command line interface) from the browser

Node-M2M uses HTTP and WebSocket as data transport protocol. All communications traffic between clients and devices are fully encrypted using TLS.

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Quick Tutorial

Setup two computers communicating with each other using a client/server model. The client will capture data from the remote device using a pull and a push method.

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Try it - It's Free

Create an account and register your devices. Monitor your clients and devices, edit and develop your application code from the web interface.

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