If your remote site is not connected to you in any way, how will you know what is happening there with your kit?
If you have an installed base of equipment already, chances are that it has rudimentary connections only or none at all.
Imagine being able to look at your mobile phone for information about your remote site or equipment in an instant, or on your PC over the internet……..
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Keeping control of expensive assets, be in servers, equipment, stock, perishables or even antiques is critical to businesses as they invariably need to be kept in conditions that suit them best. These kind of products are rarely manned and are normally kept in a room or a warehouse and are only accessed when needed. They all need to be kept in a specific temperature and/or humidity range that suits them best to allow them to function or to keep in optimum condition.
We know the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is rapidly evolving, low power / high processing power, and reducing price per connected device, all driving the advance. IIoT endpoints create the connection to real world sensors and actuators thereby creating a wealth of information to be available. Add cloud services to the mix and the wealth of information is made available online from anywhere. IIoT endpoints typically use Bluetooth/WiFi/Short range wireless to connect but what if your site is truly remote?