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Given the basic requirements, you might want to try out mongoose OS. It's fast to setup, support for Amazon Alexa, Google home etc. Lots of documentation available. The only thing I'm not sure of "out of the box" is your act as an AP requirement for setup. Mongoose OS is Open Source and dual-licensed: Mongoose OS Community Edition - Apache License Version ...


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You can of course experiment with it for your own use, but here are some of the pitfalls you may encounter: Sleep modes. There’s often a world of difference between what the specs say and what you can achieve. Many cheap modules have regulators which draw more current than you would like. Whatever development environnement you use may add a lot of overhead. ...


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This is the thing that causes most hardware kickstarter projects to fail. Just because you can build one (or 10) sensors at home for a couple of $s in parts and few hours soldering/coding doesn't mean that this will scale to producing 10s to 100s of thousands of sensors and packaging/shipping them to customers. Industrial product design, design for ...


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