Industry 4.0

It's time to move on to Industry 4.0. Leverage the power of data with the next generation of IoT solutions for manufacturing driven by the LoRA network or the Internet exclusively dedicated to the Internet of Things. IoT solutions help the manufacturing industry streamline operations, cut costs and gain insights. Track the metrics throughout the facility in real-time, and remotely monitor everything from tank levels to consumption data to backup power sources. These plug-and-play devices seamlessly combine with existing machinery for an affordable, flexible and easy-to-use solution than ever before..


Otimize seus processos com digitalização

Leverage the power of data in your manufacturing industry with a variety of connected sensors to monitor metrics such as pressure, vibration, temperature, humidity, level, volume, switches, counts, consumption, voltage, and so on. These sensors can also detect openings, leaks, battery charge, current, slope, flood and more, in pipes and equipment. This flow of data will help you make predictive maintenance a reality, helping you better visualize the production flow.







Insights sobre a integridade da infraestrutura da instalação

Detect damage to the building structure by measuring cracks, extensions or extensometers in the main structural elements. Constant monitoring can avoid extensive structural damage, helping engineers predict and plan for building improvements.







Notification when tanks are under load

Get accurate fill level measurements for tanks and silos to anticipate recharges, remotely and in real time. This saves time spent on manual scans and provides constant monitoring of important materials such as gas and grains.






Collect consumption data effortlessly

Put an end to the time and money spent on meter readings and manual data processing. Once activated, the connected meters immediately begin transmitting data over the LoRa network or Internet without any pairing or configuration, and are run for years with the same battery, optionally for the LoRa network.








Monitorar fontes de energia de backup

With a sensor connected, you can check the charge level of any battery, including electric vehicle batteries. This means simple, inexpensive and easy to use energy saving and monitoring.








Monitor employee presence remotely

Time clocks connected to the Internet through IoT's global network allow employers to monitor the presence of workers in remote workplaces. Forget the hassle of SIM cards to keep up with the comings and goings of employees with constant, real-time monitoring. 






Deixe o lixo falar

Do not waste time checking the garbage and calling the garbage collection provider: the container fill level is automatically sent to the cloud through the LoRa network to trigger a garbage collection request. A simple temperature sensor and fire alarm can also be added and triggered as appropriate. This offers practicality and security and reduces collection requests.








Monitor vital parameters, leaks and ruptures in pipes

Leaking or broken channels can be extremely dangerous to the public and harmful to the environment, not to mention the integral materials. Vibration deformation meters, temperature and pressure sensors placed in your pipes will alert you to a potential for rupture or leakage. Get alerts before the worst happens and avoid disasters.





Enhanced Warehouse Security

The IoT LoRa network allows business owners to protect any building at a low cost and address the key deficiencies of alarm systems at the same time. Most security alarms are connected through the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), but with the GSM blockers now widely available in the market, almost everyone can enter. The LoRa network uses radio technology that is resistant to interference and can help ensure that your alarm system continues. to operate normally, even if an intruder tries to block the signal. Power supply is another Achilles heel for alarm systems. IoT LoRa technology is designed for low power consumption, which means that the connected presence detectors can operate for months or even years without replacing the batteries.



Quickly recover stolen vehicles

Car thieves using GSM blockers have found their correspondence with LoRa IoT trackers. Because LoRa uses radio signals that can not be locked, trackers will continue to transmit GPS coordinates without interruption, even if the vehicle is stolen. LoRa-enabled trackers allow insurers to work with security providers and the police to retrieve stolen cars, motorcycles, trucks, utility vehicles and just about anything that moves.






Improving food security

Monitoring food temperature is crucial for any company operating in the food industry. IoT solutions can help ensure that food safety procedures are followed by accurately monitoring the temperature of food processing and storage facilities. Alerts can be sent in case of abnormal temperature levels to trigger immediate corrective action.