Awesome IoT Awesome

A curated list of IoT. Everyone can contribute here!

Framework

Library

SDK

Arduino

Low Level

App

Security

OS

  • ARM mbed ★ 629 ⧗ 0 - The ARM® mbed™ IoT Device Platform provides the operating system, cloud services, tools and developer ecosystem to make the creation and deployment of commercial, standards-based IoT solutions possible at scale.
  • Brillo - Brillo extends the Android platform to all your connected devices.
  • Contiki ★ 1813 ⧗ 0 - The Open Source OS for the Internet of Things
  • f9-kernel ★ 316 ⧗ 4 - An efficient and secure microkernel built for ARM Cortex-M cores, inspired by L4
  • FlingOS ★ 176 ⧗ 0 - An educational operating system written in C#. A great stepping stone from high to low level development.
  • Hypriot ★ 54 ⧗ 13 - get you started with Docker on a Raspberry Pi in no time.
  • JanOS ★ 138 ⧗ 0 - JanOS is an operating system designed to run on the chipset of mobile phones.
  • Linino ★ 83 ⧗ 13 - Linino is a GNU/Linux distribution based on OpenWRT and maintained by DogHunter.
  • macchina.io ★ 144 ⧗ 0 - An open-source toolkit for building embedded IoT applications that connect sensors, devices and cloud services.
  • NodeOS ★ 3605 ⧗ 0 - Lightweight operating system using Node.js as userspace.
  • NuttX - is a real-time operating system (RTOS) with an emphasis on standards compliance and small footprint. Scalable from 8-bit to 32-bit microcontroller environments, the primary governing standards in NuttX are Posix and ANSI standards.
  • OpenWrt ★ 230 ⧗ 173 - OpenWrt is described as a Linux distribution for embedded devices.
  • Raspbian - Raspbian is a free operating system based on Debian optimized for the Raspberry Pi hardware.
  • RIOT ★ 748 ⧗ 1 - The friendly Operating System for the Internet of Things
  • RT-Thread ★ 493 ⧗ 0 - RT-Thread is an open source real-time operating system for embedded devices from China.
  • seL4 Microkernel ★ 1344 ⧗ 1 - The world's first operating-system kernel with an end-to-end proof of implementation correctness and security enforcement is available as open source.
  • Silk ★ 74 ⧗ 2 - is a free (as in free beer) firmware for a number of smartphones based on the open-source Android operating system with a nodejs layer on top of it that makes it possible to write programs and get access to hardware aspects using only simple JavaScript.
  • Snappy Ubuntu Core - Canonical, A new, transactionally updated Ubuntu for clouds and devices.
  • TachyOS ★ 7 ⧗ 82 - is the RTOS based on microkernel architecture which includes only minimal components like thread / synchronization, memory management, inter-thread communication while supporting execution context / address space isolation(protection) and extensible modular interface.
  • TinyOS ★ 543 ⧗ 0 - designed for low-power wireless devices, such as those used in sensor networks, ubiquitous computing, personal area networks, smart buildings, and smart meters.
  • Tock OS ★ 243 ⧗ 1 - is an operating system designed for running multiple concurrent, mutually distrustful applications on Cortex-M based embedded platforms.
  • trochili ★ 75 ⧗ 6 - A small RTOS optimized for the embedded/iot devices. Support Cortex M3.
  • Zephyr ★ 12 ⧗ 5 - is a small, scalable real-time operating system for use on resource-constrained systems supporting multiple architectures.

Platform

  • DeviceHive - IoT Data Platform. Wide range of connectivity options, device management, security and data processing.

  • [thing-it-node] ★ 20 ⧗ 3 - A device-independent IoT platform including support of complex event processing, storyboards, and a mobile app.

  • Clavin ★ 212 ⧗ 2 - Calvin is an application environment that lets things talk to things. It comprises of both a development framework for application developers, and a runtime environment that handles the running application.
  • IoT.js ★ 921 ⧗ 0 - Platform for Internet of Things with JavaScript.
  • IoTgo ★ 173 ⧗ 0 - is an open source IoT platform, like WordPress, ZenCart and all other open source software, you can deploy your own IoTgo cloud service.
  • Jasper - Jasper is an open source platform for developing always-on, voice-controlled applications.
  • Lan ★ 105 ⧗ 0 - Internet of Things Server Layer with CoAP, WebSocket, MQTT, HTTP Protocol
  • Mainflux ★ 33 ⧗ 3 - Mainflux is an open source and patent-free IoT cloud platform based on microservices.
  • Mongoose IoT ★ 487 ⧗ 0 - is a full-stack IoT platform including firmware and cloud components available for ESP8266.
  • Pagenodes ★ 99 ⧗ 0 - Completely Browser Based IOT Platform, A Chrome Progressive Web App.
  • Particle(Spark) - Particle (formally Spark) is a complete, open source, full-stack solution for cloud-connected devices.
  • PlatformIO ★ 980 ⧗ 0 - PlatformIO is a cross-platform code builder and the missing library manager.
  • ThingEngine ★ 3 ⧗ 0 - An open source platform for IoT rules that you can execute anywhere you want.
  • Undercontrol ★ 22 ⧗ 0 - Simple realtime IoT Platform with MQTT and Web-sockets support

IoT Clouds

IIoT Clouds

APIs

  • Qeo Tinq ★ 6 ⧗ 392 - Tinq is completely based on the Qeo publish/subscribe framework produced by Technicolor as explained in the license section.

Middleware

  • Kaa ★ 234 ⧗ 0 - Kaa open-source middleware platform for building, managing, and integrating connected products with the Internet of Everything.
  • Meact ★ 6 ⧗ 43 - task is to get metric from external stuff, write it to DB and perform various action.
  • OpenIoT ★ 205 ⧗ 0 - The OpenIoT middleware infrastructure will support flexible configuration and deployment of algorithms for collection
  • SiteWhere ★ 61 ⧗ 0 - SiteWhere open-source IoT platform for device connectivity & management, data persistence, processing, integration, and analytics -- both in cloud and on-premise.
  • ThingSpeak ★ 743 ⧗ 0 - ThingSpeak is an open source "Internet of Things" application and API to store and retrieve data from things using HTTP over the Internet or via a Local Area Network.

Toolkits Include Non-OS

Layered architecture of JTAG interface and TAP support

Data Visualization

Hardware

  • APixel ★ 8 ⧗ 31 - APixel is a combination of a ESP8266 dev board with a WS2812B (Addressable RGB) LED all in one.
  • Arduino - open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software.
  • Arduino ZERO - This board aims to provide a platform for innovative projects in smart IoT devices, wearable technology, high-tech automation, crazy robotics, and much more.
  • BeagleBone - BeagleBone Black is a low-cost, community-supported development platform for developers and hobbyists.
  • Bitsy Bits ★ 3 ⧗ 36 - is an IoT composite project. This means it has all parts to implement the full user experience.
  • Carloop ★ 6 ⧗ 0 - Make apps for your car using signals from OBD-II, CAN and GPS. Publish data online using the Particle platform.
  • Cheapduino - CheapDuino is the most cheapest Arduino compatible processor in the world.
  • ESP8266 Smartwatch ★ 39 ⧗ 0 - ESP8266 DIY WiFi Smartwatch with MPU-9250, RTC, OLED, FT232, ...
  • Intel Galileo - Galileo is a microcontroller board based on the Intel® Quark SoC X1000 Application Processor, a 32-bit Intel Pentium-class system on a chip
  • Microduino - Microduino is about the size of a quarter and less than half the size of the original Arduino board.
  • NodeMCU - a firmware based on ESP8266 wifi-soc.
  • Powerduino ★ 53 ⧗ 102 - A fully programmable power strip with energy monitoring and wireless connectivity.
  • PULPino ★ 201 ⧗ 0 - PULPino is an open-source microcontroller system, based on a small 32-bit RISC-V core developed at ETH Zurich.
  • Raspberry Pi - a tiny and affordable computer that you can use to learn programming through fun, practical projects
  • SquareWear - An Open-Source Arduino-based Wearable Microcontroller
  • Tessel - Tessel is a completely open source and community-driven IoT and robotics development. platform.
  • Wemos - Very-cheap firmware based on ESP8266 wifi-soc.
  • Widora ★ 15 ⧗ 21 - Widora is open source WiFi development hardware prototype with sound card based on MT7688A running OpenWrt.

Home Automation

  • CK.HomeAutomation ★ 15 ⧗ 9 - The first open source Home Automation SDK for Windows 10 IoT Core.
  • Eclipse SmartHome - Smart Home adoption will only gain momentum if the different devices can be connected into over-arching use cases, but currently the market for Smart Home systems and IoT gadgets is heavily fragmented.
  • heimcontrol.js ★ 1306 ⧗ 4 - Home-Automation with node.js and Raspberry PI
  • home-assistant ★ 3237 ⧗ 0 - Open-source home automation platform running on Python 3
  • home.pi ★ 145 ⧗ 1 - Home Automation with AngularJS and MQTT on a Raspberry Pi
  • Homebridge ★ 3030 ⧗ 0 - Homebridge is a lightweight NodeJS server you can run on your home network that emulates the iOS HomeKit API.
  • Magic Mirror ★ 503 ⧗ 0 - A ⚡Magic Mirror⚡ powered by a UWP Hosted Web App.
  • Mozilla Smart Home ★ 4 ⧗ 8 - offers a middle ground between "in a box" solutions like Apple Homekit and DIY solutions like Raspberry Pi
  • Ninja Blocks - Smart home controller. A computer for the coffee table.
  • openHAB ★ 2536 ⧗ 0 - a vendor and technology agnostic open source automation software for your home.
  • openhab 2 - The open Home Automation Bus (openHAB) project aims at providing a universal integration platform for all things around home automation.
  • pimatic ★ 313 ⧗ 0 - A home automation server and framework for the raspberry pi running on node.js
  • Pimatic ★ 362 ⧗ 0 - A home automation server and framework for the raspberry pi running on node.js.
  • PrivateEyePi - Home Automation and Monitoring Projects for Raspberry Pi
  • RaZberry - RaZberry brings Z-Wave to the Raspberry PI platform.
  • Smart Mirror ★ 1181 ⧗ 0 - The fairest of them all. A DIY voice controlled smart mirror with IoT integration.
  • Vör ★ 31 ⧗ 2 - is open source software and hardware for turning your open office into an open, real-time map for finding people, open work places and current events.

IDE

Robotics

Others

  • Corto ★ 15 ⧗ 4 - Corto is a tested, proven architecture for normalizing data from different technologies into one view regardless of location, format or datamodel.
  • Emul8 ★ 50 ⧗ 71 - is an emulator of various embedded systems. With Emul8 you can develop embedded software entirely in a virtual environment that runs within your PC.
  • fluent-bit ★ 90 ⧗ 4 - is a data collector for Linux, Embedded Linux, OSX and BSD family operating systems.
  • Kamanja ★ 21 ⧗ 1 - is an open-source continuous decisioning engine that is hardened for enterprise reliability requirements, scalable to IoT level data volumes, and enables low latency use cases.
  • Kuzzle ★ 267 ⧗ 0 - Open-source Back-end, self-hostable & ready to use - Real-time, storage, advanced search - Web, Apps, Mobile, IoT.
  • Node-RED ★ 2513 ⧗ 0 - A visual tool for wiring the Internet of Things.
  • RemoteDebug ★ 17 ⧗ 11 - A library to remote debug over telnet connection!
  • vorto ★ 32 ⧗ 3 - is a toolset that lets you describe devices using a simple language and share these descriptions, so-called Information Models, in a centralized Vorto Repository.

Language

  • ELIoT ★ 76 ⧗ 48 - Extensible Language for Everyday (and the Internet of Things)
  • eLua ★ 393 ⧗ 1 - Quickly prototype and develop embedded software applications with the power of Lua and run them on a wide range of microcontroller architectures.
  • IoTDL ★ 9 ⧗ 8 - an SQL-like language for the IoT.
  • JerryScript ★ 1244 ⧗ 0 - A JavaScript engine for Internet of Things.
  • luvit ★ 2237 ⧗ 0 - Node.JS for the Lua Inventor.
  • MicroPython ★ 3070 ⧗ 0 - MicroPython is a lean and fast implementation of the Python 3 programming language that is optimised to run on a microcontroller.
  • Terra ★ 1248 ⧗ 0 - is a low-level system programming language that is embedded in and meta-programmed by the Lua programming language.
  • V7 ★ 576 ⧗ 0 - V7 is a JavaScript engine written in C. It makes it possible to program Internet of Things (IoT) devices in JavaScript.

Others

Protocol Library

MQTT

CoAP

Spark

WeMo

Fork

Hardware Com

NFC

Serial

Others

Software

  • Copper ★ 46 ⧗ 14 - A Firefox add-on to browse the Internet of Things
  • Processing ★ 2644 ⧗ 0 - Processing is a flexible software sketchbook and a language for learning how to code within the context of the visual arts.

Tools

  • Paho - The Paho project provides open-source client implementations of MQTT and MQTT-SN messaging protocols aimed at new, existing, and emerging applications for Machine‑to‑Machine (M-2-M) and Internet of Things (IoT).
  • Smart.js ★ 487 ⧗ 0 - Embedded Javascript engine for C/C++ with networking, file, database and device interfaces

Voice

  • chelexa ★ 2 ⧗ 25 - Natural voice recognition IoT cloud chess solution via the Amazon Echo platform.

Resources-Websites-Projects

Course

WebSite

  • Hackday - Discover. Get inspired. Repeat. Hack things for the better.
  • IBM IoT - IBM DeveloperWorks for IoT
  • Infoq IoT Weekly - Weekly IoT News, Open Source Project, Hardware
  • Instructables - tech - Explore the Biggest How To and DIY community where people make and share inspiring, entertaining, and useful projects, recipes, and hacks.
  • Makezie - DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Blog

Group

GitHub Org.

Free Book

Related Resources Projects

Tutorial

AI

Analytics

Others

  • connectthedots ★ 307 ⧗ 0 - Connect tiny devices to Microsoft Azure services to build IoT solutions
  • django-th ★ 275 ⧗ 0 - take the control of your data with this opensource clone of IFTTT, a bridge between your internet services.
  • Freeboard ★ 3034 ⧗ 0 - A damn-sexy, open source real-time dashboard builder for IOT and other web mashups. A free open-source alternative to Geckoboard.
  • souliss ★ 137 ⧗ 8 - Arduino based Distributed Networking Framework for Smart Homes and IoT.

Contributing

Your contributions are always welcome! Please submit a pull request or create an issue to add a new framework, library or software to the list. Do not submit a project that hasn’t been updated in the past 6 months or is not awesome.