Rightech IoT Cloud platform uses an integrated MQTT broker to create IoT-projects offering a wide range of options for working with MQTT devices.
RIC supports MQTT protocol versions v3.1, v3.1.1, and v5.0.
The platform is completely free to use. The base license includes 10 devices.
Your objects can exchange data using the pub / sub pattern only within one account. Your workspace doesn’t overlap with the spaces of other users.
Management of MQTT devices, receiving and processing data.
You can send messages to specific devices.
TLS/SSL security connecting
You can generate an x.509 certificate for connecting via TLS in the object interface
Other platform features
Automation, monitoring, data processing and storage and much more.
More about the capabilities of the MQTT broker
RIC provides a different set of tools for creating IoT-projects. This expands the use of MQTT devices. Creation of various scripts for device operation, defining the logic of object behavior, processing and storing data, setting up alerts, APIs, using bots and much more.
Getting started with an MQTT broker
To start working with an MQTT broker, you need to register on the platform. Your objects can exchange data using the pub / sub pattern only within one account. You get an MQTT broker with which you can create real projects.
The MQTT broker built into the platform doesn’t authorize unknown devices, so you need to create an object on the platform. When creating an object, its identifier will be used to recognize the device. The identifier must be unique and match the ClientId of the MQTT client.