oddWires offers rapid, low-cost IoT enablement through its range of Espressif ESP32 (240Mhz, 32-bit, 4MB) based boards with a plug ‘n play oddWires IoT-Bus. Three main-board form-factors are offered from very small to Arduino Uno compatible through to a larger prototyping board. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GSM, GPRS, LoRa, Ethernet and CAN bus. The first controller boards drive relays and motors.
The ESP32 architecture is supported by GCC and development can use the ESP-IDF (Espressif IoT Development Framework), based on open FreeRTOS and open lwIP (lightweight IP) stack for professional development. In addition, the Arduino IDE and libraries are supported to provide a higher-level interface for educational or hobbyist use.
An initial launch of twelve boards will be at the IoT Tech Expo in Santa Clara, CA on November 29th 2017 with first availability in January 2018.