Radiocrafts Has Just Released a New and Improved RIIM SDK With Various New Features!

Radiocrafts has just released a new version of the RIIM SDK which supports various new benefits, including:

  • A New Dashboard
  • Support for Multicasting
  • Added Security
  • Cloud Connected or Private Network Operation
The next release of the RIIM SDK, scheduled for end of Q1, includes support for Time Slotted Channel Hopping (TSCH), so stay tuned for that release as well.

You can download the RIIM SDK here.

 Radiocrafts Industrial IP Mesh (RIIM) is a long range industrial IoT wireless IP mesh network completely embedded in a module. RIIM was developed for you to easily create your own industrial grade access network with direct IP connectivity, either from a local server or from the cloud.

A New RIIM Dashboard

The RIIM Dashboard is a tool which greatly simplifies the installation and operation of a wireless mesh network to ensure that every single node has the fullest and most effective connectivity possible in the network.

You now have the possibility to directly see the link strengths between the nodes in the network using easy to use interactive graphics.

The new dashboard is available for download for both Windows and Linux, here.


Support For Multicasting

It is now possible to send data messages to all nodes in the network at once. This eases situations where you want to send the same message to a lot of nodes at once. This is useful if you want to update a parameter in the whole network at once, for example.

Added Security

RIIM includes low level encryption by default. Your wireless network is protected by encryption using a pre-shared key. This encryption works on the link layer, and will therefore protect against eavesdropping, rouge nodes joining an existing network and fake packets.

The pre-shared keys are programmed during installation or production. All nodes have the same pre-shared key.

Cloud Connected or Private network Operation

RIIM supports two modes of operation, cloud connectivity over internet and the option to run RIIM as a private network.

To read more about RIIM, click here.
You can download the RIIM SDK here.

We have also updated existing documentation to reflect the new RIIM SDK. These documents include:

We recommend that you buy a development kit in your early stage product evaluation. The development kits are designed to be easy to use and to very quickly support a wireless link or network, where you can make a good analysis of the network performance.

Buy a RIIM Development Kit here.