The world of the Internet of Things and the Industrial IoT
The world of IoT, also known as the Internet of Things, is revolutionizing the most varied industrial sectors through network interconnection between physical objects, which use sensors and API interfaces to connect and exchange data over the Internet.
From this concept was born the Industrial Internet of Things, also known as Industry 4. 0: a sub-category of the IoT that uses smart devices, intelligent machines, and wireless sensors within companies to transmit data via the Internet and manage activities via cloud software.
Digimax offers its customers a range of specific products for the Industrial IoT world, such as IoT Computers with Gateways and Sensors designed for applications cloud in the various industrial sectors: IoT Medical, IoT Security, IoT Lighting, and many others. All Digimax integrated IoT solutions aimed at improving the performance and productivity of industrial processes.
Digimax in Industrial IoT: IoT Devices, Gateways, and Sensors
The Digimax IoT catalog includes a wide range of devices integrated with Industrial PCs, Box PCs, Board PCs, and other types of devices, such as wireless network connection modules, IoT sensors, and IoT wireless gateway, ideal for connecting to various network technologies:
Technologies of LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network);
WSN networks (wireless sensor networks).
Integrated Solutions, Personalized Consultancy and Digimax Partners
The integrated industrial IoT solutions Digimax and the specialized technical consultancy on the world of the Internet of Things allow the customer to obtain complete wireless connectivity in the company and enter the world of IoT and Communication Technology.
Digimax collaborates with the best partners in the IoT sector such as AAEON, ORing, and Advantech: an example is given by the new WISE technologies, smart wireless sensors to allow the transmission of low consumption, over long distances and with integrated GPS functionality.
The concept of "Internet of Things" or "Internet of Things" indicates a technological revolution of the network, in which all interconnected objects are equipped with intelligence that allows monitoring and real-time control of various aspects of our life. This is why "Intelligent Cities" or "Smart Cities" are expected to be able to create, manage and analyze a substantial amount of data, as all the objects that are part of it are interconnected through cloud systems, acting as sensors capable of producing information about themselves or the surrounding environment.