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So, what can I do with Cloud Axs....?

A quick browse in the CloudAXS portal will give you a quick view of what is immediately available visually......... 

But, here is the description.....

The CloudAXS server and software exists to be able to pull/accept data from wirelessly connected devices that have been easily registered by the user on the CloudAXS portal. This way the CloudAXS software knows to be looking out for polling or accepting data from those registered devices. CloudAXS understands and records most common parametres like temperature, humidity, pressure, voltage etc. There is a long list to choose from on the portal. CloudAXS then organises the data from each device and presents the user with as much detail or summary - from data base style information to graphic style and over what period the user desires - in short - how you, the user, wants to see the data.

But - CloudAXS is not just about collecting data.... 

- it is bi-directional and can actuate devices via wireless modems either automatically given a set of user set rules, or manually using the web portal. Alarm conditions can be set up for any or all connected devices such that if the data sent to CloudAXS goes outside the set parameters alarm signals show on the portal and subsequent data. Also, SMS txts can be sent to a number of mobile phones alerting the receiver of the alarm situation.

The applications to which CloudAXS can be put are endless and will suit the smaller enterprise as well as those with a global reach. The credibility of CloudAXS is the 5+ years of use and continuous development by Siretta.

Serious development was the HIV lab test project in Africa, a country with very rudimentary GPRS cellular service and no server facility on its continent. The service had to demonstrate no loss of data - not one bit - over sending a minimum of 100,000 packets of complex data - and - not one misdirection of data to the wrong modem. Additionally, the service had to cater for modems being off line and therefore buffer and queue the data accordingly. All this data had to be viewable on one portal regardless of the number of modems or the amount of traffic and the extent of buffering and queuing. All this know-how and development is in-built to the current CloudAXS software.

CloudAXS is about as unbreakable as M2M cloud software gets

Other M2M cloud software systems promise much but do not have the breadth of actual usage in the field as the Siretta CloudAXS system - and for so long.

The Cloud AXS  user guide is a great place to read up on what you can simply do with CloudAXS.  For much larger and complex requirements please call our tech team.


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