Mango, open source M2M
Welcome to the home of Mango, the world's most popular open source Machine-to-Machine (M2M) software (also
known as Industrial Control, SCADA, HMI, or domotics). Mango is browser-based, Ajax-enabled M2M software
that enables users to access and control electronic sensors, devices, and machines over multiple protocols
simultaneously. Easy to download and install on many platforms, Mango provides an interface with which
diverse data sources can be created and configured while providing downstream management of user access,
alerts, data logging, and automation.
squwk.com! Now open for registration
Continuing in the tradition of providing great Machine-To-Machine software, Serotonin Software has just
released squwk.com! (Formerly called Aspen during its development.) squwk.com is a cloud-based
service product with multiple functional points, including:
For more information, visit squwk.com. Register there to get
access and join our newsletter mailing list. If you just want to keep on top of squwk development for now,
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- Cloud data logging
Log your data to a massive time series repository. Store as much data of any format as you want for
as long as you need. Use the squwk SDK to access the service via the API.
- Cloud key generation
Create key generators and request unique incrementing ids or GUIDs, guaranteed to be unique even if
requests come from multiple sources.
- Data stream monitoring
Attach detectors to data streams to monitor them for events that are of interest to you. Use handlers
including SMTP, HTTP, and event logging to find out what is going on in your data when it happens.
Replay historical data through detectors to see how the detector would have reacted.
Mango Automation released!
The next generation of Mango has been officially released. Visit the
Mango Automation home to get started.
"I love this product... I think as people catch on it will be very successful. I'd like to be a part of
that. Mango is so cool compared to the others!
— Matthew Bailey,
"We are using Mango for energy audit in the middle school "Fra Claudio" of Santa Lucia di Piave. We
collect temperatures, relative humidity, light, and electrical consumptions, and elaborate with data from
the University of Padova department of technical physics."
"We have used Mango M2M and found it solid and very useful. We have also written our own module to
extend certain functionalities and these were successful as well. All in all a good, modern, open
— Hal Popplewell, Agentware Systems
"I never been accustomed on having so quick support by major automation solution providers."
"I continue to be amazed at the flexibility and capability of Mango!"
"Great work! I set up a third party modbus device in under an hour, a feat unto itself as I have used
many software packages that are much more difficult to setup quantities than this one. keep up the good
"The same thought for me."
"Its a great product !!!"
Do you have a Mango story to tell? Let us know.
Typical Mango applications include the following:
- Buildings / facilities
Office equipment, HVAC / environmental systems and controls
- Home automation
Control your lights, furnace, air conditioner, garage doors, anything that allows itself to be
connected. Monitor temperature, humidity, door and window contacts, fish tank acidity, etc. Track your
consumption of electricity, gas, and water.
- Consumer / professional
White goods / appliances, consumer electronics
Utility meters, conservation, distributed generators, electricity grid and pipelines
Automation and control equipment, asset tracking capital equipment
- Medical / Healthcare
Scanners and registers, lighting and refrigeration systems
Fleet management vehicles, airplanes and transport systems
Apr 18, 2012
Infinite Automation Systems takes over the Mango project
Dec 18, 2011
Mango 1.13.0 now available! New stable version
Jul 4, 2011
Mango 1.12.5 now available! New stable version
Apr 15, 2011
Mango 1.12.4 now available! New features and fixes
Mar 24, 2011
Mango M2M2 released in production! Official release now available.
Mar 6, 2011
Mango 1.12.2 now available! New features and fixes
Jan 26, 2011
Mango M2M2 released in beta!
Dec 14, 2010
Mango 1.12.0 now available! New features and fixes
Oct 12, 2010
Mango 1.11.0 now available! Lots more great new features!
Sep 3, 2010
Mango 1.10.0 now available! Lots more great new features!
Jun 22, 2010
Mango 1.9.0 now available! Lots of great new features!
May 20, 2010
The highest Mango ever! Mango is being used to monitor wind speeds at the top of the Burj Khalifa.
Apr 1, 2010 (no joke!)
Mango 1.8.2 now available! New stable version
Mar 7, 2010
Mango 1.8.1 now available! New stable version
Dec 16, 2009
Mango 1.8.0 now available! (release candidate) Great new features
Oct 15, 2009
Mango 1.7.0 now available! Enhancements and bug fixes
Jun 23, 2009
Mango returns to a single open source license!
Jun 22, 2009
Mango 1.6.4 now available! Enhancements and bug fixes
Nov 15, 2009
Jun 1, 2009
Mango 1.6.3 now available! Enhancements and bug fixes
May 19, 2009
Mango 1.6.2 now available! Enhancements and bug fixes
Apr 21, 2009
Mango 1.6.0 now available! Great new features!
Nov 15, 2009
Dec 30, 2008
Mango 1.5.0 now available! New features