DriverBox is an edge device access framework written in Go (Golang). By configuring access devices, you can access most devices without writing code. At the same time, DriverBox also provides function extensions, which can realize the adaptation and access of non-standard protocols through dynamic scripts (Lua), greatly improving the access speed of edge devices.

DriverBox is also perfectly dockedEdgeX frameworkthe model and device data are fully compatible with EdgeX, using EdgeX’s message bus as the data storage layer for northbound data transmission.

At present, DriverBox implements various standard communication protocols on the edge in the form of plug-ins to support the access of more devices. Currently implemented protocol plug-ins include: Modbus, HTTP (Server / Client), MQTT, BACNET, TCP (Server)…



Devices with standard communication protocols can be quickly connected through configuration without writing any code.


Different protocols can provide services in the form of plug-ins and integrate them into DriverBox.


DriverBox has been built into a Docker image file, which can easily run and provide services through the Docker toolchain.

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