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Anbody experienced in programming an ST9100 dual mode sat+gsm IoT router in Lua? (1 Viewer)

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We are starting a project in Lua. We would appreciate any help, input, feedback....
 

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Unfortunately I don't have experience with ST9100, but I might be able to help if provided more details about the project (or difficulties).
 

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Unfortunately I don't have experience with ST9100, but I might be able to help if provided more details about the project (or difficulties).
Do you know much about embedded programming? We are building an application script for the device.
 

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Sure. What application are you building?
We want to implement a controller that monitors some 4-20mA analog, some TTL and some digital inputs and switches a relay (for a pump, 12/24/230V) based on authorization and some local rules, and we want to use mobile devices with BLE (or NFC) (iOS and Android) for the authorization process and as UI for the IoT device.
 

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We want to implement a controller that monitors some 4-20mA analog, some TTL and some digital inputs and switches a relay (for a pump, 12/24/230V) based on authorization and some local rules, and we want to use mobile devices with BLE (or NFC) (iOS and Android) for the authorization process and as UI for the IoT device.
Sounds interesting! However, the ORBCOMM Software Toolkit, which includes sample code and documentation, is only available to customers. Therefore, it'll be hard to give any advice or direction. Anyways, if you run into some Lua-specific issues then I'm confident someone here will be able to solve it.
 
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