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Skiply API helps you to recovered missed frame

In code mode, each frame received contains both the last code pressed and the previous one. The time past since the last frame is also indicated.

Until now, the integrators had to do the calculation himself to detect a missed frame and was in charge of calculating the time of this missed frame.

Now, 2 parameters were added to facilitate the job:

  • missed indicate that a data frame was missed if true
  • estimated_data indicates the time of the missed frame

This feature is particularly useful when the network quality is not 100% and can drastically improve service rate of the devices.

More information: See frame format
03/02/2023 14:19

Skiply API is now compatible with LoRaWAN Helium network

With the Skiply API, users of Skiply connected buttons can use various networks while having always the same payload and API.

Today we had Helium to the available networks. 

Helium is a collaborative LoRaWAN network operating more than 500 000 gateways around the world, especially in the US.

More information: Connected buttons for Helium
24/02/2022 06:54

New Ubiqod platform: connect your IoT devices with third party systems

The new Ubiqod platform lets you connect your IoT buttons to third party systems like Microsoft Power Automate, Zapier or Google Sheet.

More information: Ubiqod platform
30/01/2021 18:06

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