Edge Device Multi-Sensor Unit

Edge device measures various parameters of machine including machine monitoring. It fetches data from machine using RS485 Serial. Temperature Sensor measures the thermal conditions of surrounding the probe is placed in. These sensors accurately monitor temperature changes in its physical location. The fetched data will be sent to the cloud platform through Wi-Fi using the built-in MQTT engine.

➢ Machine Monitoring
➢ Monitors Voltage
➢ Wireless Operation
➢ Easy interface to Cloud platforms
➢ Connects to both cellular and Wi-Fi

Edge Device Series uses an innovative design to offer low-power, cloud enabled wireless sensor devices. Cloud platform service is available for purchase where the telemetry data can be stored in a scalable and fault-tolerant way. The platform offers tools that can be used to visualize and analyze your data with built-in or custom widgets. It allows you to create rich IoT Dashboards for data visualization and remote device control in real-time.The platform also allows you to create rich IoT Dashboards for data visualization and remote device control in real-time. 

  • Environmental Monitoring
  •  Warehouse Monitoring
  •  Cold Storage Monitoring
  •  Building Automation
  •  In-transit Pallet Monitoring
  •  Machine Monitoring

IIoT, or Industrial Internet of Things, is a network of connected devices, sensors, and machines that are used in industrial settings to gather data, monitor performance, and enable automation. IIoT is becoming increasingly important in embedded systems, which are computer systems designed to perform specific functions within larger systems or products.

In the context of embedded systems, IIoT can be used to connect sensors and machines in industrial environments, allowing for real-time monitoring of performance and predictive maintenance. For example, IIoT can be used to track the temperature, pressure, and other variables of a machine in a factory, and alert operators to potential issues before they become serious problems.

IIoT in embedded systems can also enable greater automation and control in industrial environments, allowing for more efficient and cost-effective operations. For example, IIoT can be used to automate the control of machines in a factory, reducing the need for manual intervention and improving overall efficiency.

However, implementing IIoT in embedded systems can be challenging, as it requires integrating a wide range of hardware and software components, as well as ensuring that the system is secure and reliable. It’s important for organizations to work with experienced embedded systems engineers who have the expertise to design and deploy IIoT-enabled systems that are robust, scalable, and secure.

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