Sens'it is a configurable device: you can adapt it to many use cases and build your own usage. The number of sensors, along with its ability to communicate wherever there is Sigfox coverage, open it to a wide array of possibilities.
About the Sens'it SDK
The Sens'it Software Development Kit (SDK) makes it possible for you to change the behavior of the Sens'it device.
Using this SDK, you can:
- Use multiple sensors at the same time,
- Modify the data that is sent,
- Change the way data is sent,
This section gives you access to the SDK. It contains all the information required to create your Sens'it-based application. The documentation provided in the Zip archive will also help you respect the Sigfox norms and usages. We invite you to open the README.txt file for an overview, and browse the auto-generated API doc for the full details.
Upgrading your Sens'it
To use this SDK, you need to upgrade your Sens'it. This way, your Sens'it and your SDK will match.
We strongly advise you to perform the upgrade step before you do anything else. If you don't, flashing a firmware built with this SDK will erase critical data on the device, essentially bricking it.
The upgrade process is detailed in the README.txt file, found in the SDK archive.
Please make sure to read the license agreement linked below. By downloading and/or using the SDK, you acknowledge that you have read and accepted the terms and conditions set in that document. The license agreement is also available in the SDK archive, in the 'doc' folder.
The Sens'it SDK has been tested on Ubuntu, Mac OS X, and Windows.
It has been designed for both Sens'it v2 and v3.
Downloading the SDK
The Sens'it Software Development Kit (SDK) contains the C code and makefile that will help you create your own applications for the Sens'it.
The archive also contains the full API documentation.