Integration


Integration with spreadsheets


IoT Platform Integration

Integration with building automation and control systems


Standalone operation

Integration with spreadsheets

Through integration with a spreadsheet, sensor data can be populated therefore negating the need for more complex data analysis. This can be more fitting to small projects or proof of concept studies whereby additional IoT infrastructure or building automation systems are not required.

IoT Platform Integration

Integration with various IoT platforms is made possible either locally or to the cloud via cellular connectivity, Ethernet or WiFi.

One method of IoT integration can be achieved via the MQTT protocol using the publish and subscribe method. The message structure is in the form of a time stamped JSON payload and is securely transmitted via MQTT to the desired Broker for further data analysis.

IoT integration is further extended through offering REST API thus allowing customers to develop their own API and custom code.

BACnet and Modbus is also supported should integration with an IoT platform require traditional and widely adopted industrial protocol.    

Internet of Things Platform

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Selected Protocol such as MQTT, API, modbus or bacnet

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Internet of Things Gateway

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Wireless Sensors and Actuators

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Integration with building automation and control systems

Integration with Building Management Systems (BMS) and Building Automation Systems (BAS) is made possible through BACnet and Modbus. Such integration can either be local or remote allowing greater flexibility.

Wired integration is also possible through configurable onboard IO enabling more opportunity to enhance any system.      

Wireless or wired sensor

Internet of Things Gateway

Building Management

Automated Controls

Standalone operation

Our IoT Gateway can communicate with wired and wireless Sensors, Actuators, and other field instrumentation.

Using our simple onboard controls engine, rules can be set up to control wired and wireless devices without the need for 3rd party systems integration. Examples of such standalone control applications could be lighting, fans, valves, motion detection and air quality control.        

Standalone Automated Control