IoT Automation Platform

The IoT Automation platform has the initial and main purpose of providing services related to IoT (Internet of Things).

Our business consists of providing services, interconnecting devices through the internet, which together with their sensors, provide a range of data, which from our control system, are formatted and delivered to the end user, allowing greater monitoring and control of their devices. It can be managed through our Web dashboard and / or a mobile application.

The IoT Automation platform, in its current state, offers several services so that users can interact with our ecosystem, such as:

Our biggest differential is that on our platform, no matter what type of embedded system you use, as long as you have the internet, you can connect to our ecosystem and start sending data easily using our API. The following is a representation of how a data entry flow is:

Fluxo de Entrada

The figure above represents the data flow for input devices.
(With input data stream)

Concept: A device or sensor is classified as input when it receives information from our database through the API. In general, these devices are those that receive stimuli to function, which may come from an event or a human interaction.

Real world: Your embedded system performs a database query using the API and receives an instruction to activate a relay. than as a consequence. this may trigger associated electrical equipment, such as: An engine; One Lamp; One outlet; A sound emitter.

ESP8266-Rele (Representative Scheme of an IoT Lamp)
Fluxo de Saída

(Data output stream representative scheme)

Concept: A device or sensor is classified as output when it sends data to our database through the API. In general, these devices are passive and only collect data from the environment in which they are residing.

Real world: Your embedded system sends the information to the database through the API. This data is stored and can be viewed on our platform through graphs and tables. This information can also serve to trigger events on other devices, such as sending an instruction to another device such as connecting a lamp given a condition. Examples of such devices are: Temperature and humidity sensors, speed and distance sensors, among others.