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Topic: Web Interface for Arduino GSM module. (Read 3063 times) previous topic - next topic


We have a new web interface for GSM device control and data collection. If any solution developers see the benefit of having control and data in a single password protected web interface, have a look. I tested and developed the interface with the Arduino 2 IN and 2 OUT and it works great.



Oct 06, 2012, 05:50 pm Last Edit: Oct 06, 2012, 05:59 pm by Clemens Reason: 1
This is interesting! I am surprised about your statement under http://synapcontrol.com/OurServices/tabid/92/Default.aspx

IP connections are not the optimum way to interact with most of the data gathering sensors and machinery being controlled in M2M missions today. SMS can perform most of the same functions over the same GSM network, cheaper, simpler and vastly more efficiently.

I thought SMS is old fashioned and expensive and an IP connection is the way to go today? I do not have to wait for the SMS. I can get (if I want) immediately response / feedback when the data package arrived on the server. I can trigger much different actions: Make this and that on the server, (with an additional gateway: send a SMS, make a call, ...) only with the interaction between GSM module and server without any SMS gateway.

What is the advantage of this additional layer!??

Btw. http://synapcontrol.com/Home/tabid/90/Default.aspx

Note: Connecting to devices outside of the US or Canada may require some manual setup and could have a slightly different per transmit and receive price above the 0.10c USD.

This is also a downside for using SMS. All SMS services are highly connected with country related prices and also time delays (e.g. if I use the service in Europe but the SMS gateway is in the States).

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