MiOS has created one a unifying application that allows universal device interoperability among thousands of deployed products, whether powered by Z-Wave, Zigbee, 6lowpan, Wi-Fi Direct, Insteon, Bacnet, PLC, or X10 or serial technologies, among others.
MiOS employs LuuP technology, which is a combination of Lua, a popular scripting language, and UPnP, the industry standard for device control. LuuP translates all the various protocols used in today’s electronics into standard UPnP.
MiOS' agnostic physical layer works with any or all current control platforms in majority use today, and is able to bridge any or all physical layers over IP. It has a lightweight footprint and an open API. The user interface is fully independent, which allows powerful, interoperable device control from virtually any front end, regardless of brand or system.
MiOs' LuuP engine embeds Lua, an easy to use, fast, lightweight language commonly used for scripting and macros, with a solidly established user and knowledge base and a minimal learning curve. There are many existing libraries of common functionalities that can be added by simply choosing them in a drop down menu from our web-based tool. Custom scripts can also be easily added.
Either way or both ways, it's your choice. As an example in energy applications, energy usage can be graphed locally or in the cloud -- by us or by you. As an example for security applications, MiOS can archive video security footage in the cloud, from virtually any alarm system on the market. MiOS gives you the flexibility to create products that fit your business plans.
MiOS' LuuP engine combines Lua and UPnP, which together create a virtually limitless landscape of products, applications and plug-ins that can work together. You simply define the actions you want your device to implement using our web-based tool. The LuuP engine provides the hooks and API calls for your Lua scripts to handle all the complex parts. Once in the product, MiOS LuuP can talk to virtually any common wireless or wired control protocol on the market.
It's a quick three step process. You start by reading the development overview and then tell us whether you're creating a new app or plug-in, or extending an existing system. You can then order a specially discounted dev kit to work with. Develop your app, get it tested and approved, and you're on your way to market.