7 competitive open source IoT frameworks:
- Eclipse IoT Projects including Kura, Mihini, Ponte, SCADA, Smarthome,
- AllJoyn by AllSeen Alliance
- IoTivity by OIC
- Contiki by Thingsquare
- Kaa by CyberVision
- ThingSpeak by MathWorks
Open Source Cloud Platforms
- The Physical Web (powered by google)
- Lelylan (lightweight microservices architecture for developers)
- Thing Speak (solid, in the market from almost 5 years)
- Bug Labs (agile,cool and clear projects proposition)
- The thing system (connect a large range of connected products)
- Open Remote (focuses on home automation)
- OpenHAB (focuses on home automation)
- Eclipse IoT Projects (continuously growing)
Other interesting projects to look at.
Thingsboard is a relatively new open-source IoT platform for data collection, processing, visualization, and device management. You can deploy it in the cloud or on-premises.
As one of Thingsboard authors, I can say that the main project idea is:
- Simple yet powerful API for device connectivity.
- Rich set of functionality.
- Horizontal scalability and fault-tolerance in cluster mode.
- Thingsboard IoT Gateway enables connectivity for legacy and existing IoT devices