The Cisco Data in Motion (DMo) API is a data management solution for networked connections such as Internet of Thing (IoT). Designed to be deployed as an inbuilt solution for Cisco-powered products, the RESTful API provides artificial intelligence mechanisms for acquiring and managing data for edge devices. Developers can use the DMo API to integrate real-time data filtering capabilities in edge devices such as sensors.
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04-10-17 03:16:13Updated Request Format
18-04-17 15:49:54[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Cisco, Imagga, Surfly, AudioBurst updated with Related API Cisco Data in Motion