Showing posts with label IIoT. Show all posts
Showing posts with label IIoT. Show all posts

Monday, June 7, 2021

Best IoT-driven Home Automation Protocols

Best IoT-driven Home Automation Protocols (image)
Best IoT-driven Home Automation Protocols | #TpromoCom #HomeAutomation #SmartHome #IoT | If you own a talking virtual assistant like Alexa, a wearable device like FitBit or a smart television, you are already experiencing IoT at fundamental levels (iotbusinessnews). https://bit.ly/3w1v0DI

Though these standalone devices don’t make up for an IoT based home automation solution, they still communicate with each other for data and insights.

Generally, brand manufacturers have their own distinct operating protocols for their range of products and services, where the language of one device wouldn’t be understood by another device, or data interoperability would simply be restricted and more.

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Thursday, April 8, 2021

5 Emerging IoT Technologies You Need To Know In 2021

5 Emerging IoT Technologies You Need To Know In 2021
| #TpromoCom #IoT #Technology #5G | These emerging technologies are creating all sorts of new capabilities for IoT devices and applications, from battery-free sensors to 5G network slicing (CRN).  https://bit.ly/31Ufhsy

They aren’t just things of the future: New technologies are making it possible to run all sorts of applications and machine learning algorithms on tiny, low-power devices. 

These are some examples of emerging IoT technologies that are changing the nature of connected devices, how they run IoT applications and how they communicate with each other. 

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Friday, March 12, 2021

Environmental Data & IoT: The Perfect Union

Environmental Data & IoT: The Perfect Union
| #TpromoCom #IoT #Integrators #Verdafero | The actual monitoring of water flow, utility data, HVAC processes, and more are performed through IoT sub-meters and data loggers (iotforall). http://bit.ly/2OptElA
Given the reality that so many people worldwide are affected by some environmental hazard regularly, with the right product strategy, nearly every IoT solution could be leveraging environmental data to boost product engagement and build memorable experiences, regardless of industry.

To succeed, product makers and experience designers need to find a way to combine demonstrated value, engagement prompts, and user-targeted information to help consumers adopt new behavior patterns and make healthier and safer everyday decisions. Let’s explore this more: click here.

According to Alastair Hood, CEO of Verdafero, Inc. of San Francisco, “IoT is not just a fad, it’s the operational underpinnings of a wireless support platform upon which mechanized and electronic systems operate.”

The fact is, IoT devices are already installed and running many systems found in society, from nuclear power plants to automation and control systems found not only in commercial and institutional buildings, but also  homes. Through the use of wireless IoT data, it’s possible to run a more efficient operation, especially in the area of energy consumption.

“Whether you’re a Security Integrator, an Electrical Contractor, or anyone else involved in construction and customer service in commercial structures, IoT is where it’s at. With Verdafero, you can charge a monthly fee through Iot monitoring and data analysis via our cloud-based SaaS (Software as a Service),” says Hood.

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Tuesday, March 9, 2021

The future outlook of IoT technologies and applications

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The future outlook of IoT technologies and applications | #TpromoCom #IoT #Integrators #Security | For over a decade we have witnessed a proliferation of internet-connected devices (bdtechtalks). https://bit.ly/3eqbCue

Nowadays, the number of internet-connected devices is estimated to be around 25 billion. Most of these are mainstream consumer devices that enable human communications and facilitate human-machine interactions. 

There is also a growing number of devices that are deployed in industrial environments to enable the collection of digital data about operational performance such as efficiency and quality. (read more)


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Monday, December 21, 2020

Verdafero Simplifies Environmental Monitoring

Verdafero Simplifies Environmental Monitoring | #Verdafero #Utilities #IoT #Integrators | The need for real-time monitoring of environmental elements--such as water  level, temperature, relative humidity, air pressure, and others--is fundamental in a variety of applications. This includes industrial manufacturing, water control, energy conservation, museums involving delicate objects of antiquity, and many more.

Verdafero offers the means whereby System Integrators can easily monitor any number of conditions through IoT (Internet of Things) devices that collectively connect to one or more Dataloggers. The Datalogger, in turn, sends detailed time-sensitive data from each device to Verdafero's  Cloud-based analytical SaaS for careful monitoring. 

In short, what happens is Verdafero's processing center, using machine-learning, establishes what is "normal" so when something goes awry, the high-level, high-speed processing computers know about it. An alert is then sent to a security integrator's Central Monitoring Station (CMS) who in turn will act according to a predetermined menu of priorities, much as they already do for commercial clients with respect to video verification and general burglar and access control functions. 

Utility Monitoring

Another benefit of Verdafero's IoT Cloud-based SaaS is the ability to track energy usage on a Client's monthly basis, even real-time if needed. 

For example, using Verdafero, management of the Hilton Concord, a hotel located in the suburban community of Concord in the East Bay of San Francisco,  now has the ability to track, analyze and report on all of the hotel’s overhead utility expenses at the touch of a button. 

"Analyzing large amounts of electric, gas, water, waste data and Carbon Footprint for a large hospitality property on a monthly basis can be very challenging. Individual utilities have inconsistent billing periods and operate on varying billing cycles further complicating the reporting process. Add into the equation different utility providers supplying the same resource, it becomes an even greater challenge" (https://bit.ly/33bP88Q). 

Another example is the need to monitor the quality and quantity of electrical energy that feeds a  high-priced machine in manufacturing. By using Verdafero's SaaS, it's possible to detect problems well ahead of an actual breakdown, thus saving the client money in additional costly repairs. This allows the client to determine when it's the best time to disrupt production for routine maintenance.

To learn more about Verdafero's Cloud-based analytical processing service, download "Monitoring Utilities and IoT," available here: