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Lightweight stack for Internet of Things

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The patrIOT stack is a lightweight stack for enabling small embedded devices to integrate with the current Internet of Things protocols.

Initial development of this project will be performed with dev kits that use an ARM-Cortex Mx processor. The main goals of this project are to provide:
* Reusable/Scalable architecture - only include the parts you need.
* Minimum overhead - smallest size core will have minimum impact to processor resources (Actuals TBD).
* Quick to get up and running - ample examples provided and complete package for dev kits
* Linux/Cygwin simulator
* Open source, non GPL - free for personal/non-commercial use, license required for commercial distributions.

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Developers, Engineering

User Interface

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