In this tutorial we will see how to develop a simple approach to number masking, allowing people to be called without having to disclose their real phone numbers.Continue reading “Number masking for field technicians”
In this tutorial we will see how to create SIP client credentials on Proximus FlexIO that can be used to receive phone calls on softphones. We will use the Visual Designer to create a simple call cascading scenario.Continue reading “A simple call cascading scenario to soft phones”
In this tutorial we will learn how to use the Proximus FlexIO Visual Designer to put an incoming call into a conference room, then bring in two additional parties into that room. Without coding, you will create your own conference call system.Continue reading “Create a conference call system with the Proximus FlexIO Visual Designer”
In this tutorial we will learn how to use the Proximus FlexIO Visual Designer to make queries to external systems. By reserving a phone number on the platform, we can implement a simple voicebot that will give the weather forecast to the caller for any Belgian region.Continue reading “Build a simple weather voicebot with Proximus FlexIO”
How many times do we get voicemails on our mobile which we forget to listen to? Or messages we wished we could have recorded and kept for later consultation, to keep memories, funny or important moments? Luckily, with the Visual Designer of Proximus FlexIO there is no need to be an engineer or a developer to create your own new voicemail. A system that will mail you the messages and allow to retrieve the recordings with a simple mail or SMS link.
All you need to get started is subscription to Proximus FlexIO. Here is how it works.Continue reading “Build your own voicemail to mail with Proximus FlexIO”
In this tutorial we will learn the very basic steps required to build an application using the Visual Designer that will answer inbound phone calls. If you are getting started with Proximus FlexIO, this is the right place to start.Continue reading “Your first Visual Designer application for inbound calls”
Learning something new is usually most effective with a hands on approach rather than only reading documentation. But hands on may be tricky in a developer’s context as you don’t always have all resources at hand. In this tutorial, we’ll learn a quick trick to understand the basics of RCML testing without the need for having application servers up and running.Continue reading “Simulating web endpoints to understand RCML”
In most cases, an IoT Telco operator allows you access the data from your sensors by pushing this data to your application over HTTP. We have seen in previous articles that Proximus CloudEngine makes it possible to benefit from other integration capabilities, ranging from Microsoft Azure and SAP IoT Cloud down to various protocols such as sFTP and mail. To the already existing CloudEngine’s ability to use its own MQTT client to connect to your MQTT broker, we add now the ability for your MQTT client to connect to the CloudEngine’s broker.
In this article, you will discover how Proximus makes it easier to automate the integration of LoRaWAN sensors connected to our national public LoRa network with the Microsoft Azure IoT Hub. We will indicate that this integration can go far beyond just forwarding messages to an event hub.
Maddalena IoT-enabled water meters
Maddalena s.p.a. is an Italian company providing water readers that are frequently used in Belgium and across Europe. Water meters such as the PR-MWM can detect the lowest flow rates (from 0.5 liters / hour). So this makes them, according to this company, “the ideal meter for billing cold water consumption in collective housing”.
Maddalena understood the market’s need for connected meters quite well. So they teamed up with Kerlink to create a LoRaWAN™ add-on radio module. This module makes it possible to collect water consumption data over long distances. Its battery life can last up to 15 years thanks to the low power requirements of LoRaWAN and an optimization in the way this module works. Continue reading “Decoding OpenAMR payloads for Maddalena LoRaWAN water sensors”