AviorEco has multiple communication channels through which it can interact with humans and machines.
The AT+CALL allows you to make telephone calls.
If the recipient answers the call, it will be possible to play an audio file and also detect any pressed key (DTMF).
The same features are available when receiving calls from both users and unknown.
The AT+SMS command allows you to send SMS messages.
It is also possible to receive SMS from both users and unknown.
The AT#TGM command allows you to send Telegram chat messages through the myAvior BOT which also manages the chat reception of messages sent to the device.
The AT#EMAIL command allows you to send e-mail messages.
Each device has an address for receiving emails.
The AT#DWAN command can be used for remote devices connected to the Internet. It is possible to manage incoming messages from WAN devices.
The AT#RTUW command allows you to write coils / registers of a device connected to COM port using the Modbus RTU protocol while the AT#RTUR command is avaiable for reading.
HTTP / UDP requests
The AT#HTTP command allows you to make requests with GET, POST, PUT and DELETE methods to any address, both HTTP and HTTPS.
Alternatively the AT#UDP command alloes data to be sent to the specified port of an IP address using the simpler UDP protocol.
The sending of notifications to 4 distinct HTTP or HTTPS addresses to be carried out when the configuration, log, users and rules change is possible by defining specific webhooks.
The AT#MQTT command allows the publication of topics.
The MQTT settings allow you to define the broker's address and service mode, publish specific topics and subscribe to topic for receiving commands.
A comprehensive set of APIs allows device management from any IoT platform.