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Connecting all things to your IoT application

ProSyst Gateway Software for the IoT

Our OSGi-based software enables efficient realization of gateway-based IoT scenarios for smart homes, Industry 4.0, connected cars, and eHealth.

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OSGi-based gateway middleware stack

Based on open standards and open APIs, our ProSyst Gateway Software provides out-of-the-box support for most connectivity protocols.

ProSyst Gateway Software is based on OSGi and makes it possible to realize end-to-end IoT solutions. Icon lens
ProSyst Gateway Software is based on OSGi and makes it possible to realize end-to-end IoT solutions.

You can connect almost any asset, device, or thing – from any vendor or vintage – via our ProSyst Gateway Software. By supporting a great variety of protocols out of the box, we help make things web-enabled from end to end.

Our software makes it possible to operate local applications on the gateway – even without an internet connection. It also makes your IoT business future-proof: once you integrate a device, it will be compatible with all current and all future applications. And thanks to ideal backend software, our Remote Manager, gateways can be managed and monitored remotely.

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Features of our ProSyst Gateway Software at a glance

OSGi Certified

  • Includes ProSyst’s own OSGi-certified, low-footprint implementation compliant with OSGi release versions 4.2, 4.3, and 5.0
  • HGI SWEX (software modularity) compliant and tested
  • Optimized for use in embedded products such as gateways / hub devices
  • Provides a remote management agent based on TR-069 and TR-157, incl. service and application lifecycle management
  • Includes home network connectivity support: incl. Z-Wave, ZigBee, DECT, BLE, wMBUS, EnOcean, UPnP, KNX, X10, HomeMatic, web cameras, etc.
  • Comes with integrated device abstraction layer (DAL)
  • Provides scalable automation rules engine for scripted automation scenarios (scenario manager)
  • Includes integrated web server and web framework for rich web-based interfaces
  • Comes with sophisticated resource management support, enhancing runtime robustness and reliability
  • Provides update and restart manager
  • Includes intelligent, extensible native watchdog agent
  • Ported and optimized for many JVMs and OSs such as Linux or Android
  • Comes with rich remote-access capabilities (Java, JCA, JMS, web services such as SOAP or REST, JSON-RPC)
  • Includes web-based administration application and CLI interface locally, either via Telnet or from within Eclipse
  • Provides platform, application & service lifecycle management
  • Supports remote installation, updating, uninstallation, configuration, monitoring, and diagnostics – all on the fly

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Software development kit for ProSyst Gateway Software

SDK based on the Eclipse IDE

  • Contains mBProfiler, an Eclipse plug-in: assists developers in improving the efficiency of applications by exploring different aspects of the performance of a Java program, associated with JVM’s consumption of available platform resources (CPU, memory, and threads)
  • Contains mToolkit, an Eclipse plug-in: a collection of convenient tools for deploying and managing OSGi-compliant bundles and applications on OSGi runtimes straight from within the Eclipse Workbench
  • Contains the Target Platforms Store, an Eclipse plug-in: adds several target platforms to the Eclipse Plug-in Development Environment, which hold the APIs and services available in the OSGi runtime
  • Includes a ProSyst Gateway Software runtime
  • Includes an OSGi Runtime Validator for testing / validating the functional and non-functional conformance of your OSGi platform
  • Platform APIs can be plugged in at any time
  • Target Image Descriptors: represent a set of pre-defined OSGi runtime images containing the functional components for the most common production-related use cases. Developers can use the image descriptors to generate an operational runtime and deploy it on devices, to emulate a runtime on a PC, or to design their own images based on the pre-defined ones.
  • Development against mature, standardized APIs