Bevywise IoT Simulator Beta is Ready

Bevywise IoT Simulator Beta is Ready

We are happy to announce that the FREE beta version of the Bevywise IoT Simulator to simulate the IoT Devices with MQTT Protocol is ready for download. The simulator is simple and easy to use. Here are the few features which will help you get the best out of the beta product.

Easily Extendable Python Interface:

Simulation needs are diversified to the maximum possible extent. Creating a Simulator that solves everything will make simple things much more complicated. So we decided to provide a simple but powerful interface which can be programmed as per your need. The Interface will give you a handle before it executes the predefined configuration. As of beta, you can do one time publish of messages from the interface. Before our release, we will provide an interface which will help you update all the future responses of the client.

Publish Messages based on received Messages:

The clients can be configured to publish response messages when they receive certain messages for the topics they have subscribed by a simple configuration file.

Complete MQTT Support:

We have done complete support for the MQTT Protocol with authentication and the WILL Topic and Messages with Retain Support.

Inbuilt broker:

To make the testing much simpler, we have added an inbuilt MQTT Broker with complete MQTT Standard support.

Download the FREE version for your appropriate Operating System.

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Try the free version of Bevywise IoT simulator now and let us know your feedback. You can refer to the help documentation to get started with the tool. I would be very happy to hear your feedback on the product and suggestions. Feel free to write to us at [email protected]

I would like to leave a note of apology to all the Windows lovers as we were not able to get the Windows version at this point of time. But we are working on the windows version with the higher priority and it will be available before the 1.0 release. In addition to the Windows Support, we will be further enhancing our Python API for much more custom simulation.