MQTT – Communication in the Internet of Things
The terminal devices (clients) involved in MQTT communication open a connection to a central message service (server), the broker. Here they can act as publishers to publish messages or as subscribers to receive them. One prerequisite: the clients must be able to connect to the broker, regardless of whether in the internal network or in the internet.
MQTT was standardized by OASIS in 2013 and since then has been an important protocol for the Internet of Things.
New at W&T: The MQTT.box as a stand-alone broker for your network!
Introduction to MQTT
MQTT: Communication standard for Industry 4.0
- Basic knowledge about communication in the Internet of Things
- Advantages of MQTT
MQTT: Data exchange without a direct connection
- The protocol, short and sweet
Documentation, software and online services for MQTT
- Collection of helpful links for an overview of the MQTT cosmos
Tutorials with Web-IO
to data sheet
Your own network. Your own brokers.
With the MQTT.box from Wiesemann & Theis you can operate your own Mosquitto MQTT broker in the network - on a DIN rail in your control cabinet. A notable feature is the user management function, which together with the optional configuration of an Access Control enables reliable control of access rights.