Real-time data visualization

We help clients unlock value by digitizing physical world data. Smart sensors collect real-time data and this data is processed, organized and transformed into insights to be leveraged to take well-informed decisions, effectively helping users making sense of the world.

In the section below you will find 4 real use cases of dashboards with data being collected, processed and visualized in real-time. This is a good way to get a feeling of what it looks like to have smart sensors deployed and connected to a browser-based dashboard that can be accessed from any notebook, smartphone or tablet.

Golf Course Management

Soil humidity and temperature measurements, asset tracking, intrusion detection, emergency button.

Asset Location Tracking

Location tracking of vehicles, assets, animals, bikes with functions such as geofencing and speed measurement.

Smart Home Monitoring

Regular monitoring of temperature, humidity, occupancy in homes or offices, indoors and outdoors.

Watermeter Readings

Remote transmission of real-time watermeter readings.

Golf Course Management

Golf clubs are carefully maintained to provide the best experience to users. If you’ve ever been to a golf course, you will know that the condition of the grass highly influences the quality of the game. With that in mind, precise monitoring of the soil humidity, irrigation frequency and water levels are critical factors to manage.
 
Smart sensors play an important role in providing golf business owners and managers with key insights to optimize the water usage, reducing water consumption and improving the quality of the grass. Furthermore, golf cart location tracking, emergency assistance and intrusion detection can also add value to the service provided.
 
The following sensors can be implemented at golf courses:
 
  • Soil moisture sensors: to measure humidity, temperature and salinity of the soil, one at the teeing area and one at the green.
  • Water level sensors: to measure water level on lakes, 1 sensor per water body to monitor level of the lakes in real time and create historical chart.
  • Leakage sensors: to identify leaks in real-time in the piping or critical areas.
  • Pipe pressure sensors: to monitor performance and good functioning of watering and pumping systems.
  • Local weather stations: to get real-time monitoring of weather conditions.
  • Geolocation sensors: to monitor location of caddies, players or any other mobile assets.
  • PIR sensors: to identify any time a ball enters the hole and get real-time and historical usage metrics.
  • Smart buttons: to place on caddies to allow emergency call for immediate assistance (health issues or any urgency matters).

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Soil humidity sensors are placed in the teeing ground and putting green to monitor humidity levels in real-time and develop intelligent irrigation practices.

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Asset Location Tracking

Asset location tracking can be a useful tool for a wide range of applications. Whether you are managing a fleet of trucks transporting goods between countries, managing livestock across wide areas with low mobile coverage, organizing mountain biking competitions or looking for a tracking solution for your vehicle or pet, you will need reliable geolocation trackers to monitor the location of the assets in real-time.

We are able to provide customized solutions for asset tracking allowing clients to monitor their assets with the highest-quality sensors in the market and a specially designed dashboard to visualize location data in real-time. It is also possible to define  geofencing regions with alerts and triggers to keep you informed of asset movements at all times under any circumstance.

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Visualize your asset's location in real-time.

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Smart Home Monitoring

Smart sensors allow you to have better control of space utilization at home or at the office and get a real-time view on temperature, CO2, humidity, leakages, room occupancy and intrusion detection. The data collected by the sensors provides you with insights that can help you become more energy efficient, safe and mindful of the well-being of those around you.
 
The following sensors can be implemented at smart homes and smart offices:
  • Ambient temperature and humidity sensors: to measure indoor air quality and guarantee that comfortable conditions are kept inside the rooms at all times.
  • Intrusion detection sensors: to immediately identify the presence of intruders when a door or window is opened when owners are absent.
  • PIR sensors: to monitor occupancy of rooms and identify the presence of people and alert owners at any time of the day (e.g. children, elderly people, pets, etc.)
  • Soil moisture and humidity sensors: to monitor soil conditions in gardens to keep outside areas healthy and green.
  • Water temperature sensors: to monitor water temperature in pools and lakes.

Smart Home Monitoring

Example of a smart home dashboard with sensors deployed to measure temperature in different rooms, motion detection, intrusion status, and pool water temperature.

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Watermeter Readings

Water, gas and electricity meters are physically dispersed around buildings and cities, which makes the manual collection of meter readings a time and resource intensive process. Asset owners lack predictability about resource consumption and employees spend time and effort inefficiently to collect the readings in-person.
 
Smart sensors with wireless connectivity can be used to collect real-time resource consumption data without human interaction. Purpose-built sensors are placed on top of the metering devices, sending data to a server that visually presents the readings in a browser-based dashboard that can be accessed from any notebook, smartphone or tablet.
 
With this solution, asset owners can improve control of consumption and generate reports, bills or invoices automatically. It also allows users to take quick action in case of malfunction, leakage or abnormal usage and implement preventive actions to improve the security and operational efficiency, without having to wait weeks or months to identify issues.

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