Bangalore, India based company Oncierre Systems provides end to end design, prototyping and manufacturing support. Their expertise is in designing full stack connected solutions – from concept to production. Oncierre’s primary focus on IoT systems – integrating data from sensors, managing the data and building cloud based analytics to provide immediate feedback. Industries served by… Read More
Ankara, Turkey based company Zenith Scientific Instruments developed a snow depth sensing application. The application uses an ultrasonic sensor to measure the snow depth at different locations. Industries Served by Zenith Scientific Instruments: Meteorological Electronical Why use ultrasonic MaxBotix Ultrasonic sensors for snow depth? Ultrasonic sensors are used to measure the distance between the… Read More
Parsippany, NJ based company Triotos serves Industrial and Commercial businesses that need an IoT solution. Sensor manufacturers or monitoring solution providers also work with Triotos to migrate to the cloud or to develop new solutions. Triotos provides a cloud based IoT backend built on AWS IoT core and applications. Review the demo dashboard here: https://data.iotimp.com/maxbotix/login… Read More
Tampa, FL based company Accudose provides real-time monitoring solutions for water and wastewater pumping systems. With AccuDose’s AccuLevel RMC-1000, users will be able to remotely monitor levels of water, sewers, chemicals, and other materials. Features: Prevent or reduce wastewater overflows Chemical inventory management Real-time updates No fee remote cellular internet access Why Work with AccuDose?… Read More
Denmark based company Dryp develops solutions to manage and monitor entire water infrastructures in real time. They achieve this by leveraging a network of distributed wireless sensors. The system is designed as a plug-and-play solution, which means that it can be installed easily without the need for any professional installation services. The system consists of… Read More
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