We’re thrilled to announce the Zerynth initial support for the public beta of Google IoT Core, helping businesses unlock insights from device networks in just a few lines of Python.

More info about Zerynth and Google IoT Core

Zerynth is a suite of professional software tools that support Python or hybrid C/Python firmware development for 32-bit microcontrollers and the most common prototyping and industrial boards (such as ESP32 and ESP8266, Arduino DUE and MKR1000, ST Nucleo, Particle Photon and Electron, Flip&Click, Quail, and more).

Zerynth is designed for rapid integration with sensors, actuators, and cloud services and simplifies the development of embedded and IoT applications, also for non-embedded engineers.

Google IoT Core, in combination with other services on Google Cloud Platform (GCP), provides a complete solution to easily and securely connect, manage, ingest and visualize data from globally dispersed devices and drive real business value from them.

Benefits of Zerynth and Google IoT Core integration

With this ready-to-go integration between Zerynth and Google IoT Core, firmware developers can now program and connect their devices to the powerful cloud services provided by Google in just a few lines of Python.

The Zerynth – Google IoT Core library, provided within the patch p03 of the r2.0.10 version of Zerynth. allows making your device act as a Google Cloud IoT Core Device which can be registered through Google Cloud tools or Google Cloud web dashboard.

It is possible, for example, to connect to Google Cloud IoT Core MQTT Broker to send device data and process/store those data with different Google Cloud services linked to Google Cloud IoT Core through Google Cloud Pub/Sub.

Follow this link to get more info about the Zerynth library for Google IoT Core.

Get started today with Zerynth and Google IoT Core

Bring your microcontrollers to life with Python instead of C with Zerynth Studio and manage your devices at scale with the Google IoT Core integration.

To get started just setup your ESP32 board following this quick tutorial, then clone and uplink the example “Publish and get period“.

Here is a sneak peak of the code:

We are planning a campaign of tutorials, projects, videos, and webinars regarding the Zerynth and Google IoT Core integration.

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