The ThingBox is a set of software ready to use, already installed and configured on an SDCard.
The ThingBox allows anyone to graphically create new unlimited applications interacting with connected objects from a simple web-browser.
The ThingBox is not a (yet another) new home automation box. It's purpose is to help create new usages that go far beyond the home automation.
For the internet of things, you need a full time running computer. And it cannot be in the cloud since it should be near the things you want to manage. Although an ordinary computer can be used for this, many people prefer the tiny, affordable Raspberry-Pi.
Just download and install the ThingBox image file to a Raspberry-Pi, a tiny computer that you can buy in many shops (more here).
Use the links below to download the image file (free).
Version 3.1.3 (docker version)
Released 2018 October 4
Version 2.8.0 (Deprecated (but last non docker version))
Released 2018 Feb 16
CAUTION : does NOT run on the new Pi 3B+. Only 3.0 release above does.
Discover What's new in all versions
Learn how to write this image on a Pi SDCard: Flash the SD Card
And discover how to use it: Documentation
It contains a complete computer (Raspberry Pi3, WiFi, Bluetooth) 8 Go SDCard, a LED Matrix, a NFC tag reader.
All components are wired in a white box, ready to plug and play, with its user guide.
Read more about it here: TimeSquAir.io.
Or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org