IoT sensors and wireless technologies for the Industrial Internet of Things
Digimax IoT sensors and integrated solutions
In the context of IoT and Industry 4.0, Digimax is the ideal partner for those who want to monitor and optimize industrial processes, business, and services through new technologies Internet of Things: data collection, cloud computing, smart manufacturing, artificial intelligence, and much more.
In this sense, sensors for the IoT are integrated devices capable of collecting and sending a large amount of data in real-time over the network industrial applications are the most varied: mobility, medical, robotics, and automation, security and surveillance, GDO, and agriculture.
Discover the range of Digimax IoT sensors for Industry 4.0!
Efento NB-IoT Sensors for Industrial Applications
Efento wireless sensors measure, transmit, and communicate over the cellular network, using NB-IoT technology, and can be integrated with any IoT communication platform. The Bluetooth Low Energy interface allows easy reading of data and quick configuration via smartphone or tablet. The range distributed by Digimax includes:
- Temperature Sensors, Pressure Sensors, and Humidity Sensors, for applications in specific industrial sectors such as Medical, Food, and Vending, where remote monitoring becomes necessary for constant supervision of environmental conditions;
- Motion Sensors for indoor and outdoor environments, and Proximity and Presence Sensors suitable for various industrial applications and vertical markets such as Security and Transportation;
- Brightness Sensors, for integrated solutions in the Industrial Lighting sector.
PlacePod PNI sensors for Smart Parking
Digimax also offers IoT solutions for Smart Parking systems.
PlacePod by PNI is an intelligent parking sensor able to promptly and accurately detect the presence of vehicles and to transfer this data in real-time to an IoT Gateway via cloud via LoRa protocol.
PlacePod , suitable for smart parking projects in the urban and suburban sector, stands out for its long battery life, stability to temperature changes, and resistance to hostile or outdoor environments.
The Internet of Things (IoT) represents a set of technologies capable of collecting, processing, and communicating or sharing data in order to monitor and optimize industrial processes, business, services, and more.
Sensors designed for the IoT are therefore devices intended for the collection, processing, and transmission of data within defined environments, in a simple and instantaneous way.