How to Generate a Coverage Map with MultiTech mDot and Reactive Blocks

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We have made a recipe with step-by-step instructions on how you can use Reactive Blocks to make a ready to run Java application that produces a coverage map to test the MultiTech mDot Box.  The mDot Box is a battery-powered handheld device with lots of sensors, including GPS, and that communicates using  LoRa.Messages from the mDoT are sent to a MultiTech Conduit board, a progammable LoRa gateway …

Real-Time System Design with Reactive Blocks and JaimacaVM

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Together with aicas GmbH we have put together a concept paper that highlights the possibilities of visual real-time programming. Aicas provides the JamaicaVM, a hard real-time, deterministic runtime environment. The combination with the automated Java code generation of Reactive Blocks supports an intuitive design of event-driven hard real-time systems. Model-driven development of real-time applications empowers both domain experts and advanced programmers. While programmers …

Updates on Contracts in References

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We have made improvements to chapter 6 about Blocks Contracts in our tool references. This is an important chapter as you need to understand contracts in order to correctly use a building block and to create your own building blocks. We hope our updated references, including two new examples will help you get the hang of it.        

Reactive Blocks 2.6.0

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We released Reactive Blocks 2.6.0. In addition to bug fixes and minor improvements, this version also includes: Reactive Blocks for ESF feature, a code generator for bundles running on Eurotech’s Everyware Software Framework (ESF) You can use logError(String message), logWarn(String message), logInfo(String message), logDebug(String message), and logTrace(String message) directly in your model. Copying and pasting an operation node includes the …

LoRa communication with Reactive Blocks

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Introduction LoRa™ Technology is a wireless modulation for long-range, low-power, low data rate applications. By achieving a range of more than 15 kilometers in a suburban environment and more than 2 kilometers in a dense urban environment, LoRa Technology solutions target multiple application domains, such as Internet-of-Things (IoT), metering, security, machine-to-machine (M2M). Lora operates at 868MHz (Europe) and uses a …