AT&T has introduced a set of tools meant to help developers build machine-to-machine technology and manage data generated by machines.
The M2X Developer Kit comprises of a cloud-based managed service offering for data storage and sharing and a Jasper Wireless-powered connected device platform, AT&T said Tuesday.
Mike Troiano, vice president of advanced mobility solutions at AT&T, said the company designed the sandbox to facilitate the creation of M2M applications.
Air quality monitoring device provider Birdi uses the AT&T M2M technology to ensure client connectivity when an environmental health hazard or a fire emergency occurs.
AT&T will showcase the M2M development kit at the company’s Developer Summit Hackathon event, scheduled for Jan. 4 and 5.
The company says it has certified more than 1,800 kinds of connected devices as of the third quarter of 2013.