Device configurator

The device configurator tool is designed to configure either mini tags using NFC, or developer tags/anchors using USB. It can be used to change device IDs, UWB settings, positioning parameters such as update rate and more. For use with NFC, a USB NFC reader is required.

Installation

Please download the latest version here:



Our NFC readers don't always work plug-and-play with MacOS, so the MacOS version has been made unavailable while we investigate the issue. 


Windows

Simply double click the installer! The installer also includes the option to install the USB driver that is necessary to configure the developer tags.


Linux

Download the AppImage. You may need to still set the binary as executable, which can be done either through the file properties or by running


chmod +x ~/Downloads/device-configurator-1.3.1.appimage

When this is done, you can run the AppImage as a standalone app.

Changelogs

Change log v1.3.1

27 December 2019

The 1.3.1 release added bulk configuration for the new Pozyx Bodytag.

  • Added bulk NFC configuration for bodytag.
  • Fixed preset selection bugs from 1.3.0

Additional small improvements:

  • Improved logging.


Change log v1.3.0

20 December 2019

The 1.3 release of the device configurator added configuration options for the new Pozyx Bodytag. With this tag, you can configure the button actions on the bodytag. 

  • Added body tag configuration.
  • Added NFC block readout for support.

Additional small improvements:

  • Improved Windows NFC communication stability. 
  • Fixed popup frequency when Creator Controller is running.
  • Changing sleep mode settings is now visible after applying the changes.

Change log v1.2.0

23 July 2019

In this release, we focused on the NFC configurations. We added a bulk configuration for NFC mini-tags and made their recognition by the application faster and robust.

  • Added bulk NFC configuration tool.
  • Fixed recognition instability for current generation and next generation NFC chips.
  • Sped up NFC recognition and readout.

Additional small improvements:

  • Added error logging

Change log v1.1.0

14 June 2019

This release was focused on QoL improvements, especially for developer devices.

  • UWB changes when changing developer tag mode is now more robust.
  • Added support for new NFC devices
  • Fixed typo on Deselect all for sensor data.
  • Better window sizes for alerts

Additional small improvements:

  • Added AppImage builds for Linux
  • Made app smaller vertically, solving window issue on Mac
  • Added installer icon to Mac DMG.

Change log v1.0.0

29 Apr 2019


The first public release of the Pozyx Device Configurator.