8.6.20

IIoT Solutions



IIoT Solutions for Connected Operations, Connected Products, Industry 4.0

  • Connected Operations
    • Plant Monitoring
    • Utility Monitoring
    • Asset Track and Trace System 
    • Asset Monitoring and Control System  
    • Smart Lighting Management  
 Plant Monitoring

Plant Monitoring System helps manufacturing Organizations to increase margins, improve operational transparency and reduce compliance risks.Further, by monitoring Power Meters improve Power consumption (Kwh) by displaying and controlling Power Factor in real time.

Utility Monitoring

Utility Monitoring System uses real time generation and consumption data to optimize the usage of compressed air, gas and fuel distribution

Asset Track and Trace Monitoring

Vehicle Tracking System
Vehicle Tracking System helps organizations to reduce inter/intra plant transport costs by GPS enable tracking of vehicles

Workforce Tracking System
Workforce Tracking System improves operational safety and security of organization by enforcing access policies through real time location tracking of individuals within organizational facilities.

Asset Monitoring and Control System

This ALM system helps OEM's improve customer satisfaction through proactive customer service, reduce maintenance costs through effective preventive maintenance and increase service margins using real time data acquired from operational assets.

Smart Lighting Management

Smart Lighting Platform helps implement connected operations for Smart Lighting operations. Vendors utilizing this solution can provide optimal lighting solutions to improve customer satisfaction through proactive customer service, control switch on/off operations remotely, manage luminosity controls of the lighting assets based on set parameters and increase service margins using real time data acquired from lightning controllers. 

17.4.20

COVID-19: How IoT tech is no longer a luxury, but a necessity


Smart homes, offices and hotels can help eliminate the need for touching surfaces like switches, dispensers and limit human contact, in turn helping to prevent the spread of diseases like COVID-19.

Simple, yet most effective, protective measures against the novel coronavirus such as social distancing and regular hand-washing, along with protecting us from the spread are also shifting our behaviours slowly. Everyone is trying to cut down contact with strangers or with items/exposed surfaces that are touched by several people to avoid the possibility of catching the infection.


There are few items such as switches and remote controls that everyone ends up touching multiple times in a day, even amid the health scare we are currently witnessing.

A technology that can help eliminate the need of touching such items is the Internet of Things (IoT). IoT can help prevent diseases like COVID-19 by eliminating the need to touch items to operate them in various scenarios, be it at home, a hotel, and offices.
Smart Home 

There is a plethora of IoT devices such as smart video door phones, smart locks, smart lights, smart TVs, and smart air conditioners (AC), among others, that can add a lot of convenience for smart home-use cases. These devices can be controlled thoughtlessly by use of voice assistants such as Google Assistant, Alex, and Siri or through your mobile phone. 

For example, video door phones can help users to check visitors at their home. With two-way audio of the video door phone, users can interact with visitors through mobile apps and can totally eliminate undesired and less-important visitors. Particularly, it can be very useful when you are dealing with food and e-commerce deliveries. 

Additionally, controlling lights, fans, ACs, and other home appliances is easily possible without touching the switches or using remotes.

Users can also schedule on and off times of these appliances, further reducing the physical contact one has to make to switch on/off the appliance.


Smart Office

Major use cases of IoT in an office environment are Smart water and beverage dispensers, smart access controls, smart facility management that includes control of lighting and AC using IoT.

Smart dispensers can be controlled via gestures, mobile app and voice commands, leaving no room for any physical contact with common resources such as water dispensers and coffee machines.


Smart access controls that are non-biometric and are based on combination of RFID tokens or randomly tokens on mobile apps also enable employees at the workplace to get access to specific areas without having any need to touch any access control system, which are otherwise used by multiple employees each day.