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Dynamic node management released

Now available: Dynamic node management We’ve released our new dynamic node management feature that allows you to dynamically add and remove nodes from your palette. When you startup FRED, you’ll see a reduced set of nodes (similar to the vanilla Node-RED). However, you can now add and remove nodes from our extended set as you wish – making it possible to only…

The FRED (Cloud Node-RED) newsletter

Keep up to date with the FRED (Node-RED) newsletter We publish a regular newsletter for the FRED user community with updates on FRED itself, links to new tutorials, interesting examples of how FRED is in use by our customers as well as general info about Node-RED and the community. Previous editions include: Mar 2017: http://sensetecnic.com/newsletter-8-from-the-fred-cloud-based-node-red-team-at-sense-tecnic/ Jan 2017: http://sensetecnic.com/newsletter-7-from-the-fred-cloud-based-node-red-team-at-sense-tecnic/ Nov 2016: http://eepurl.com/cmwtnz Sept…

Latest news from the FRED team

Connect FRED to your Device with the new FRED node We’ve had several requests for an easy way to connect a flow in FRED to another Node-RED flow on a Pi (or similar device). So we have developed a new node (the FRED node) that makes connecting a snap. This allows you to set up flows that push data from your…

Node-RED for Smart Cities – how FRED can help

News from the FRED team at Sense Tecnic Node-RED for Smart Cities Sense Tecnic were recently invited to join the Canadian trade mission to Europe focused on Smart Cities. It was an honour to be one of 12 companies chosen to represent Canada’s high tech offerings in the Smart City sector. We were promoting our Smart City platform (CityHub) as…

Smart City Workshop – CFP

Call For Papers: The First International Workshop on Smart Cities: People, Technology and Data Workshop Homepage: http://www.ht.sfc.keio.ac.jp/iwsc15/ The 1st International Workshop on Smart Cities: People, Technology and Data will be held in conjunction with the 2015 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2015) in Osaka, Japan on from Sep. 7-11, colocated with ISWC 2015. Accepted workshop…

Who is FRED?

Building IoT applications is a complex task.  It requires the integration of a variety of protocols and services, a secure and flexible backend to manage and gather huge volumes of time series data streams from ’things’ and services.  Developers need a means to pre-and post process and mechanisms to alert and react to changes in both the physical and online…