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Sense Cloud

Data collection service on cloud for 1 Wiicom WiFi module for 1 year

Ordering Code: SOL-SVC-B1-S01


“Cloud computing is the use of computing resources (hardware and software) which are available in a remote location and accessible over a network (typically the Internet). ”

From this sentence Sense Cloud is founded and takes its main characteristics.

Customers can combine already owned products like machines and sensors, with Wiicom Wi-Fi modules, into a modern cloud service. In this way, customer products can be reachable on the Internet from any location, without install any software, simply through a web browser or a light-weight mobile app.

Sense Cloud is a dedicated service provided by Wiicom that enhances customer products potential to a World Wide access.

Interaction with Wiicom Wi-Fi Modules

Sense Cloud is immediately ready to control every type of machine or sensor equipped with a Wiicom W-Fi module.

Through the web interface customer can configure host machine and sensors parameters and characteristics (like measurement unit, sensor type and measuring frequency).

slide1Customers that buy a Wiicom Wi-Fi module, can associate the Sense Cloud service, with which are able to access to data from everywhere. The main goal of Sense Cloud is to offer a simple interface to collect and control data acquired from remote machines or sensors through Wiicom COMPACT modules. User can see acquired data in realtime in graphical way with sliders, displays and leds. The interface can create charts, weekly or daily reports and custom notifications. Moreover, every ERP, Business Intelligence, Data Warehouse will be able to manage collected data on Sense Cloud. A Service Oriented Architecture simplifies the Sense Cloud integration into customers applications. A powerful alarm service could notice to the customer, problems or simple alerts by email or SMS.

  • Scalability, availability, resiliency, and security
  • Smart notifications
  • Customizable role-based access control
  • Self-service based usage model
  • Service Oriented Architecture
  • Connect remote devices on a main server

  • Real-time monitoring and control
  • Developing cost reduction