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We can take you from Zero Digitization to move your forward to a 100% complete modernization of your entire Business or Entity at very low budgets and short periods of time thanks to IoT Internet of Things Technologies

Supply Chain & Logistics


  1. Track your assets to optimize the supply chain.

Tracking devices can run for months or even years without a battery change, and they work both indoors and outdoors. Trackers transmit location data from fleets of returnable containers, as well as valuable information on the whereabouts of other deliveries, including pallets, parcels, and trolleys.

  1. Monitor transport conditions throughout the entire

supply chain Goods such as medicines and agri-food products must be transported with great care and under specific conditions to keep them viable. Tracking systems report data such as temperature, shock, and tilt to provide better insights into quality control, traceability and responsibility boundaries.

  1. Improving food safety

Food temperature monitoring is crucial for anyone in the food industry. IoT solutions can help ensure food safety procedures are observed by accurately monitoring the temperature of food storage facilities and refrigerated trucks and containers. A simple device installed in the storage unit is linked to an online dashboard that can be configured to send alerts in the event of abnormal temperature levels, to trigger swift remedial action.

  1. Improved warehouse security

Enables business owners to secure their facilities at low cost and also tackles the main weakness of alarm systems – downtime due to jamming. Most security alarms are connected via the Global System for Mobile communications (GSM), but with GSM jammers now widely available on the market, almost anyone can break in. Built on radio technology, it is resistant to jamming and gives you the peace of mind that your alarm system will not fail if an intruder attempts to jam the signal. The power supply is another Achilles’ heel for alarm systems. Technology is designed for low energy consumption, which means connected presence detectors can run for months or even years without replacing the batteries.

  1. Recover stolen vehicles quickly

Car thieves who use GSM jammers have met their match with our IoT trackers. Because uses radio signals that can’t be jammed, trackers will continue to transmit GPS coordinates without interruption, even if the vehicle is stolen. -enabled trackers allow insurance companies to work with security providers and police to recover stolen cars, motorcycles, lorries, utility vehicles and just about anything with wheels.

Manufacturing

  1. Optimize your processes with digitization

Monitor metrics like pressure, vibration, temperature, humidity, switches, and voltage. These sensors can also detect openings, leaks, battery charge, current, tilt, flood and more, in pipes and equipment. This flow of data will help you make predictive maintenance a reality.

  1. Insights into the integrity of facility infrastructure

Detect damage to building a structure by measuring cracks, extensions or strain gauges on key structural elements. Constant monitoring can prevent extensive structural damage by helping engineers better predict and plan building improvements.

  1. Notification when tanks are running low

Get precise fill level measurements for tanks and silos to anticipate refills, remotely and in real time. This saves time spent on manual checks and provides constant monitoring of important materials like gas and grain.

  1. Collect consumption data effortlessly

Put an end to time and money spent on meter readings and manual data processing. Once activated, connected meters immediately start! transmitting data over the public network with no pairing or configuration required, and run for years on the same battery

  1. Monitor back-up power sources

With a connected sensor, you can check the charge level of any battery, including electric vehicle batteries. This means energy savings and monitoring that is simple, cheap and easy to use.

  1. Monitor employee attendance remotely

Time clocks connected to the Internet via our global IoT network allow employers to monitor the attendance of workers on remote job sites. Forget the hassle of SIM cards to track employee comings and goings with constant and real-time connected monitoring.

  1. Let the trash talk

Don’t waste time checking the trash and calling the refuse collection provider: the fill level of the dumpster is sent automatically to the cloud to trigger a refuse collection request. A simple temperature sensor and fire alarm can also be added and triggered as appropriate. This offers convenience and safety and cuts down on collection requests.

  1. Monitor vital parameters, leaks, and ruptures in pipes

Leaking or ruptured pipes can be extremely dangerous for the public and damaging to the environment, not to mention the integral materials. Vibrating strain gauge, temperature and pressure sensors placed on your pipes will warn of a potential for rupture or leaking. Get alerts before the worst happens and prevent disasters.

  1. Improved warehouse security

Most security alarms are connected via the Global System for Mobile communications (GSM), but with GSM jammers now widely available on the market, almost anyone can break in. our uses radio technology which is resistant to jamming and can help ensure your alarm system continues to operate normally, even if an intruder attempts to jam the signal. The power supply is another Achilles heel for alarm systems.

  1. Recover stolen vehicles quickly

Car thieves who use GSM jammers have met their match with our IoT trackers. Because we use radio signals that can’t be jammed, the trackers will continue to transmit GPS coordinates without interruption, even if the vehicle is stolen. We have enabled trackers to allow insurance companies to work with security providers and police to recover stolen cars, motorcycles, lorries, utility vehicles and just about anything that moves.

  1. Improving food safety

Food temperature monitoring is crucial for any business that operates in the food industry. IoT solutions can help ensure food safety procedures are observed by accurately monitoring the temperature of food processing and storage facilities. Alerts can be sent in the event of abnormal temperature levels to trigger prompt remedial action.

Smart City (Cities)

  1. Locating available parking spots

City authorities periodically have to close streets, re-route traffic and notify the public about roadworks. Connected road signs can simplify the process by displaying days and times when parking is allowed on digital e-ink screens that can be updated remotely using our downlink connectivity. The signs can also detect shock or movement, triggering alerts to the local police or other relevant authorities in the event of tampering.

  1. Simplify parking authorization

Food temperature monitoring is crucial for facilities that provide meals for school children or patients. IoT solutions can help ensure food safety procedures are observed by accurately monitoring the temperature of food storage facilities. The temperature monitoring device sends an alert in the event of abnormal temperature levels, so staff can act in real time to restore the correct temperature, avoiding microbial contamination and food waste.

  1. Make schools safer

Connecting school zone road signs is a great way to improve school zone safety. IoT-enabled signs report back real-time information on their operating conditions.

  1. Improved bike sharing services with geolocation

Bike sharing is becoming extremely popular in cities to tackle the challenges of climate change and offer residents an alternative way to commute. With timely updates on the location of bikes sent through our public IoT network, cities and bike-sharing companies can operate services more efficiently by matching demand to supply, according to areas where bikes are needed. This not only helps to curb irresponsible behavior such as illegal parking and bike hogging, but it also reduces problems of theft and vandalism.

  1. Monitoring user satisfaction

User feedback is essential to improve public services and increase satisfaction. It’s even better when you can get that feedback in real time immediately after the experience. Ensuring defibrillators are ready for use Defibrillators are commonly available in most public buildings and workplaces, and must be fully functional 100% of the time in order to save lives. Connected defibrillators send functional data through the global network, including results of daily tests, battery tests, door openings, and operating status, to ensure they are functioning properly. Install a small, customizable, connected dashboard or button to collect user feedback effortlessly, using color codes to trigger instant responses as guests leave public service buildings. The data is then available in the cloud for visualization and real-time satisfaction insights. Alerts based on specific thresholds or results can also be triggered for a faster response.

  1. Improved data collection for better air quality monitoring

Enabled sensors are easy to install and so cheap to run that an entire city can be covered, enabling dozens of metrics to be tracked such as humidity, temperature, air quality and more. Some cities have installed sensors on moving locations such as trams and buses to collect even more data throughout the day. With the increased availability of data, it’s easy to build an interactive, real-time mapping of air pollution and improve pollution prediction through Machine Learning.

  1. Optimized refuse collection routes with connected dumpsters

Collection routes can be optimized to save time, energy and money with low-power connected ultrasonic sensors that indicate the level of waste in dumpsters. The sensors also provide valuable data about dumpster usage, emptying cycles and more. This can consolidate routes to save time, energy, and money.

  1. Collect consumption data effortlessly

Put an end to manual on-site meter readings and data-processing of water, gas and electricity consumption. You can now monitor and optimize your remote assets in real-time, detecting issues such as leaks and breakdowns. Service companies can also automate billing and remotely activate and deactivate services. IoT-enabled meters can transmit data immediately over the public network with no pairing or configuration required and no need to replace or recharge batteries for years.

  1. Fire hydrants: monitoring potential issues in real-time

Get real-time alerts when fire hydrants are in use and how much water is used, with IoT-enabled pressure sensors. Install an accelerometer sensor to send alerts instantly if a hydrant is broken, leaking or malfunctioning. Install a temperature monitor to help prevent cold weather damage in inclement and wintery conditions.

 

  1. Remote monitoring of water facilities

IoT sensors provide crucial data on important water infrastructure conditions to help prevent malfunctions and flooding, as well as increase maintenance crew efficiency. Monitoring the level, pressure, turbidity, Ph, salinity, ORP and flow of water remotely means you can prevent overflows, track drinking water supply and monitor wastewater network and treatment operations.

  1. Eliminate visits to public gardens to check soil moisture

Soil condition monitoring can be done remotely and cost-efficiently to help minimize plant stress caused by dehydration. Besides reducing the cost of replacing plants, these solutions also optimize water usage.

  1. Monitoring and maintaining street lighting networks remotely

Plan maintenance operations by detecting overheating, power supply shortage and broken bulbs with IoT-enabled sensors. Deploy workers only when necessary instead of carrying out routine maintenance checks. Install IoT-enabled light intensity sensors to remotely control light intensity for energy savings.

  1. Insights into the integrity of engineering structures

Detect damage to buildings and engineering structures by measuring cracks, extensions or strain gauges on key structural elements with IoT-enabled monitoring sensors. Proactively prevent extensive building damage with predictive maintenance and plan improvements.

Utilities &Energy 

  1. Collect consumption data effortlessly

Put an end to time and money spent on manual on-site meter readings and data processing of water, gas and electricity consumption. Once activated, connected meters immediately start transmitting data over the public network with no pairing or configuration required, and run for years without replacing the battery. You can now monitor and optimize your infrastructure in real time to detect leaks and breakdowns, and service providers can automate billing and remotely activate and deactivate services.

  1. On-site visits required only for maintenance and repair!

Keeping an eye on operations at any kind of wind or solar energy installation is now easy and extremely cost-effective. Remotely monitored, real-time sensors can detect any failure or abnormal decrease in energy efficiency. These findings can be accessed instantly from any Internet-connected device and users can be alerted to abnormalities by SMS message or email.

  1. Monitor your back-up power facilities

if the back-up battery has failed too? The result is a complete service breakdown. With the help of IoT monitoring solutions, companies can now monitor back-up power supply like never before. Maintenance crews can work far more efficiently with instant visibility of the status of all back-up power sources, carry out remote diagnoses and obtain immediate alerts to any important event.

  1. Maintain stocks at optimum levels

Storage facilities are only useful if companies are able to accurately monitor stock levels. For most companies, the only solution currently available is manual checks, which are time- consuming, costly and inefficient. The IoT provides a cost-effective solution for remote and accurate monitoring of tanks.

  1. Electricity pole surveillance

Tilting of electricity poles as a result of strong wind, traffic accidents, earth movements, etc. can cause mechanical tension and cable breakage. To prevent the pole falling completely, it is essential to locate the problem quickly and carry out remedial action. Periodic measurements performed remotely by IoT devices enable preventive maintenance, and alerts are sent if major tilting occurs. Maintenance crews can now act before the pole falls and identify where urgent repairs are needed.

  1. Monitor water facilities simply and remotely

IoT sensors provide crucial data on important water infrastructure conditions, which helps prevent malfunctions and flooding as well as improving maintenance crew efficiency. It’s never been so easy to remotely measure water levels, pressure, turbidity, Ph, salinity, ORP, flow, etc. to prevent overflows, track drinking water supply and monitor the wastewater network and treatment operations.

Smart Building

 

  1. Track construction equipment to combat theft and optimize usage

Real-time tracking and cloud-based data sets enable construction companies to reduce theft, increase productivity and control operating costs. Theft of machinery and valuable equipment such as electrical panels from buildings is very costly. Protecting your equipment has a deterrent effect on potential thieves, and if a robbery should occur, tracking information will be key in enabling police to recover stolen assets and gather evidence for prosecution. Tracking heavy equipment also provides valuable insight to help managers monitor oversights and assess usage trends.

  1. Secure construction sites simply and cost-effectively

Connected to the companies IoT global network, the next generation of wireless alarms using presence detection sensors are the perfect solution for early-stage projects and unpowered sections of construction sites. These alarm units operate entirely on battery power and can be located anywhere on the site.

  1. Secure electrical panels

IoT offers a solution for protecting expensive assets on construction sites. Switching to connected electrical panels for tracking ultimately prevents them from being stolen or damaged. When motion is detected, the panel triggers an alert via the global IoT network to the electrical contractor. Detection of motion also triggers the GPS tracker, as location details are a key piece of information for the police to recover assets and help dismantle black market networks.

  1. Smoke and fire alerts sent via the Internet

Fire safety equipment maintenance is time- consuming and many man hours are wasted carrying out unnecessary checks. Alerts triggered by traditional smoke detectors may not be heard by enough people or completely ignored. Smoke detectors connected to the network can send real-time alerts, keep- alive status and battery level. Security companies can respond quickly to alerts, improve safety, retain clients, win new contracts and better manage their operations.

  1. Back-up alarm systems

Security companies must provide reliable, consistent protection. Powered by global IoT network, smart security solutions outsmart GSM jammers, hold security guards accountable and increase alarm system reliability. Rather than competing with traditional systems, these smart devices complement existing platforms and provide a cost-effective, scalable way for security providers to increase the effectiveness of their existing services.

  1. Building automation system infrastructure is simpler and cheaper than ever

Low cost, autonomous and wireless, Ready sensors can be installed quickly and easily all over the building to monitor systems such as HVAC, boilers, light, power, fire, and security. They also allow you to monitor and control operational parameters like temperature, occupancy, indoor air quality, and humidity and door openings. Heavy machinery such as lifts and escalators can also be fitted with sensors to anticipate breakdowns and trigger quick remedial action when a fault is detected. Even water leaks and legionella can be detected with IoT sensors. These sensors run on the same battery for years, eliminating the hassle of manual maintenance and control.

  1. Collect consumption data effortlessly

Put an end to time and money spent on manual on-site meter readings and data processing. Once activated, meters can transmit data immediately via the public network, with no pairing or configuration required and without having to replace the battery for years. You can now monitor and optimize your infrastructure in real time to detect leaks, automate billing and remotely activate and deactivate services.

  1. Avoid rodent infestations

Rodents transmit dozens of diseases and are also the main cause of electrical fires. Customer satisfaction, reputation, competitive positioning, and business liability are at stake. Rodents are partially blind, they move by touching and smelling everything around them, so traps alone are ineffective since foraging rodents learn to avoid new objects. Thanks to IoT, rodent activity monitoring solutions based on infrared sensors can identify rodent activity hotspots in the building, and rodent management programs can use this data to trap up to 6 times more rats.

  1. Just press the button to call for service

Simple button devices connected to the IoT global network enable facilities managers to reduce costs, predict client needs and delight customers with exceptional service. When stock needs refilling or facilities need maintenance, clients simply press the button. The alert is sent via the network to the facility manager’s dashboard, who schedules the work. Over time, data can be used to predict future alerts. Prompt compliance keeps the client happy and raises the value of having a facility manager for the business

  1. What if your desk could talk?

New trends like flex office, home office, and co-working are impacting on workspace management. Smart desk monitoring solutions based on infrared technology and temperature sensors are the ideal solution for mapping and monitoring occupancy rates for your office space (desks and meeting rooms) and facilitating the move to these new ways of working. Occupancy rates will increase and real estate costs optimized as available space can be sold, rented or repurposed.


Smart Agriculture

Stop relying on inaccurate, imprecise information from meteorology reports and weather apps or spending hours manually checking rain gauges. Weather conditions monitoring solutions give you the data you need to make accurate decisions about your fields and crops. Remotely access real-time information about rainfall, temperature changes, wind conditions, air pressure, and humidity for your precise location. Optimize labor, water usage and crop health with the smart solution to precision agriculture.

A- Precisely monitor weather conditions

Stop relying on inaccurate, imprecise information from meteorology reports and weather apps or spending hours manually checking rain gauges. Weather conditions monitoring solutions give you the data you need to make accurate decisions about your fields and crops. Remotely access real-time information about rainfall, temperature changes, wind conditions, air pressure, and humidity for your precise location. Optimize labor, water usage and crop health with the smart solution to precision agriculture.

B-  Virtually fence, track and manage herds

Livestock management is a complex, around-the-clock job, but no rancher can be everywhere at once -until now. Smart livestock collars let you virtually fence and track your herd via GPS, even when you are far from the ranch. Gather real-time information about location, speed, body temperature and stress levels of livestock. Reduce inefficiencies, decrease operating costs and improve the health and safety of cattle, horses, sheep, and goats.

C- Collect soil condition data

Imagine if your fields themselves could tell you everything they need to thrive. Soil monitoring sensors deliver real-time readings of soil temperature, volumetric water content, and air temperature directly from the field to the Internet. Smart sensors deliver data at customizable intervals, eliminating the need for manual readings. Accurately predict optimal planting times, reduce water usage, and minimize the plant stress that comes from over or under- watering. Analyze historical patterns to make better long- term crop management decisions.

D- Monitor silo and tank levels

If you are still manually monitoring the level of your storage tanks and silos, you know how inefficient and inaccurate this can be. Tank monitoring solutions replace manual readings and give you real-time visibility of tank and silo levels. Always know exactly how much wheat, grain, feed, and fuel you have on hand. Plan ahead and reduce costly, last-minute orders. Anticipate refill schedules and never run out of stock again.

E- Measure the temperature of grain stocks

Most grain temperature monitors are costly to deploy, time-consuming to maintain, and don’t deliver information in a meaningful format. Smart temperature monitors for grain silos give farmers a simpler, more cost-effective way to keep tabs on the health of their stores. Receive remote temperature measurements, even when no Wifi or electricity is present. Deploy sensors in minutes, avoiding costly setup and maintenance. Receive information in graphs and spreadsheets, allowing you to easily analyze trends and act on results.

F- Protect remote farmhouses and outbuildings

Traditional alarm systems are difficult to install and costly to maintain on remote farms and ranches. Protect your farmhouse and scattered outbuildings with a cost-effective intelligent security solution. These smart alarms do not rely on electricity or Wi-Fi, so they are simple to install and versatile enough to meet the unique challenges of remote agricultural sites.

G- Secure gates and deter livestock thieves

Traditional gate alarms rely on cellular networks, making them useless in remote settings. Smart alarms on the network function even in the farthest reaches of a farm or ranch. Secure your gates and deter livestock thieves with a rugged, tamper-proof device that is intelligent enough to differentiate between human and animal movement. Rest easy knowing you can remotely monitor all of your gates from a single dashboard.

H- Optimize colony health with remotely monitored beehives

Take stock of your hives every morning, right from your desktop or mobile device. Connected beehives deliver timely information on everything from hive humidity and temperature to weight and GPS location. Reduce excess mortality rates by remotely monitoring the vital statistics of your hives. Prevent hive theft by tracking GPS location. See it all in a user-friendly dashboard that helps you monitor and analyze the data you’ve collected.

I- Monitor food temperatures along the entire cold chain

Food, at any point in the cold chain, can damage your business. Cold chain monitoring solutions remotely track temperatures and create instant alerts if those temperatures fall outside of a safe threshold. Ensure the food safety and quality of your products. Create a clear record of compliance. Receive alerts on your mobile device so you can act quickly and prevent losses.

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