PushDis!
 

Connect smart things with smartphones

Use your smartphone as a remote display for your DIY projects (e.g. Arduino, ESP8266)

PushDis is an end-to-end solution to transfer data from your do-it-yourself thing to your smartphone over the internet. So you can check the current status of sensor data everytime and everywhere. This gives you much more flexibility as for example a direct Bluetooth connection.

At one end, Pushdis provides an easy-to-use client library for sending sensor data or alerts. It can be integrated into an Arduino or other microcontroller. On the receiving end (your smartphone) the PushDis App can be installed. It  makes the data visible on the display.

PushDis is a DIY solution for DIY people to realize creative projects. As a private person you can use it for free. We look forward to hear, what you do with it!

Easy connector code

As you can see on the snippet: By using the PushDis client library sending data or alerts to the smartphone is not more than a few code lines. You can download the library directly in the Arduino IDE or from Github. It is an open source implementation, which can be used in any project. Find here a quick start guide with example.

PushDis App

The PushDis App contains all functionality for establishing the connection and displaying the data. Even when the app is not active, it can receive data. The smartphone can thus alert if, for example, a sensor exceeds a certain threshold.

You can download the PushDis App from Google Playstore. It has a free mode, in which you can use all important functionalities. If you like to support us on long term, you can buy an upgrade for 12 EUR (one time, not monthly!). We will use the money to implement more features and pay our bills for the server infrastructure.

Ship PushDis with your products

You are an engineer of smart things and like to integrate PushDis in your product? Great! Let's stick our heads together to find the best approach. 

You are an engineer of smart things and like to integrate PushDis in your product? Great! Let's stick our heads together to find the best approach.