IOT Software Solutions
IOT Software Solutions
Internet of Things (IoT) represents the next phase of the internet revolution. The technology makes it possible to bring physical devices to the digital realm. The concept of IoT technology may be simple, but the implications are huge enough. The technology is leading a revolutionary change in health care, manufacturing, retail, energy, and agriculture industries.
Our IoT based technologies have a lot of different applications. Our solutions are used in process automation, smart buildings, home automation, decision analytics, and smart grids. The list of IoT applications will grow as the technology evolves in the years ahead.
Companies are leveraging our solutions in the form of improved operational performance. IoT devices support advanced functions like task automation and remote control of devices. As a result, firms can maintain an optimized balance between energy usage and conservation. By becoming more energy-efficient, companies will be able to reduce the carbon footprint on the environment.
One of the central goals of the solution is to support for access and data-exchange from and between the various buildings on global scale to form an internet of buildings. Recent developments in the domain of Internet of Things (IoT) have driven concepts that can facilitate the creation of an Open BMS architecture, including wireless IPenabled building automation devices, secure messaging protocols (e.g. AMQP, MQTT), web APIs (e.g. REST, C), IoT gateway devices and Edge servers (e.g. Smartserver IOT), stream processing, and analytic services, among other.
Building System data can come in many different forms from time series data from sensors, to their meta-information such as the sensor type and location; to event streams for alarms, logs, or room booking information. We differentiate the data into structured, unstructured and semantic data and store it on the cloud platform using appropriate modern storage technologies.
Our solution MARINERS monitors, supervises, controls and reports on smart building technology systems. These systems may include access control, video surveillance, fire alarms, HVAC control, programmable lighting and electric power management. Its basic functions include:
Providing information on supervised building functions including, but not limited to, current status, archived historical information, summaries, analysis, displays, and reports on control and management functions, Detecting, annunciating, and managing alarm and other conditions
Its basic functions include:
Providing information on supervised building functions including, but not limited to, current status, archived historical information, summaries, analysis, displays, and reports on control and management functions
Detecting, annunciation, and managing alarm and other conditions
Diagnostic monitoring and reporting of system functions, nodes, devices, and communication networks
Interfacing between individual smart building applications
The summary of other Functions include:
o Control of Building Systems and Services
o Graphic User Interface (GUI)
o Real Time Monitoring of Building Operation and Performance
o Trending and Logging of Building Operation and Performance
o Time Scheduling of Building Systems
o Fault Management and Alarming
o Control Application Programming
o User Event Management
o Energy Management and Reporting
These systems typically display the following responses on an operator’s interface:
o Alarm summary
o Event summary
o Trend set displays
o Group control and group trend displays
o Communications status
o System status
o Configuration displays
o Communication links status
o System parameters configuration
o Time schedule assignment
o Holiday assignment
o History assignment
o Events archive and retrieval
o Time period summary and configuration
o Point details for every configured point