Ridiculously simple Internet of Things
tools and solutions.

Enterprise-strength. Field proven.


Verizon Ford Comcast Pittney Bowes Texas Instruments Arrow
mobile M2M/IoT apps

I set it up and did it in a matter of a few minutes—and I don’t code for a living.

Venkatech PrasadSenior Technical Leader, Open Innovation
Ford Motor Co.

Use dweet™ to connect devices to the Internet. Use freeboard™ to build beautiful dashboards, visualizations and control panels.Use them together to instantly create stunning applications.

Get started with: dweet | freeboard

Zero Friction

Public/Private Business Model

Bug Labs uses a business model that is perfectly aligned with the idiocyncratic and
community-based nature of M2M and IoT markets.

Public

Public

Choose to share your data and applications with the
public and pay nothing.

Private

Private

Choose to protect and keep you data and
applications private and pay a small fee.

We believe deeply in the power of simplicity - elegant, functional, purpose-built software that just works. Everytime. Our dweet™ and freeboard™ platform products are great examples. Both require only minutes to configure and use but are built to scale and securely support very large, high performance deployments.

It doesn’t matter if you’re a Kickstarter-funded startup, a small business or a global corporation, ease-of-use, reliability and performance always matter. With customers like Ford, United Technologies, Verizon and Renesas we’re confident we’re on the right track.

Open APIs

Bug Labs. Open APIs. Open source.

The only way to build M2M/IoT applications that last.

Fast

Fast

Open source code, open APIs and documentation puts you, not a single technology vendor, in control of your solution.

Free (dom)

Free (dom)

Openness ensures no proprietary application lock-in which means you are not trapped into a specific technology or platform.

Low-cost

Low-cost

Applications built using open source tools are significantly cheaper to build, extend and maintain.

Real

Real

Nothing delivers results like open systems because nothing can match the flexibility, extensibility and reliability of open architectures.

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