Overview Backend Treon Sensor System consists of sensors, gateways and backend services. Sensors make the measurements and send the collected data to the gateway. Treon Gateway moves data between sensors and backend systems.
This article gives an overview of all Treon Knowledgebase content related to the setup and maintenance of a Treon Gateway.
Installation & Setup For the basic installation and basic setup of the Treon Gateway, please see the QuickStart Guide.
After you have successfully connected to the gateway using an SSH connection, you can configure the available parameters and settings.
Differences between gwadmin and gwuser The access rights of gwadmin and gwuser are different.
This article describes how to update your Treon Aito software via SSH access to your Treon Gateway.
Please Note: In case you are not sure which Treon Aito software release you should install, or if you have a custom configuration, please contact Treon Customer Support.
Quick Start Guides To learn about the hardware, the installation and basic setup of the Treon Gateway, please read our Quick Start Guide.
Overview The Treon Gateway connects a mesh of sensor nodes to a cloud backend.
The Treon Gateway provides a powerful ARM-based Linux platform (Yocto) for running edge compute applications.
Developers can easily deploy and execute applications written in
Python 2.7 or 3 (preloaded) Node.
Starting the configuration process Press the configuration button (F) until the status light (A) starts blinking. The Gateway becomes a Wi-Fi access point. Using your phone, computer, or tablet, connect to the access point: select treongw1-serialnumber, where serialnumber is the serial number of your Gateway.
You can connect to the gateway using
A browser and the gateway’s own WLAN access point An SSH connection and either the gateway’s own WLAN access point or when gateway is connected to infrastructure network via Ethernet or WLAN.