Our company develops m2m communication systems based on modern UNB radio standards (LoRaWAN, NB-IoT, SigFox, LTE-M).
We design autonomous IoT devices to solve customers' specific business cases. Our projects focus on industrial, aerospace, agricultural and life safety applications, including medical applications.
Our systems include:
This is how we offer our customers full stack development of IoT solutions IoT approach allows to change approach to work with products of this industry and to pass from a situation "has broken – buy new", to predicted and the operated work with depreciation in microelectronics. The technology allows not only to make devices at lower prime cost, but also provides the bush of processes and services that can strongly cut expenses on operation of the equipment.
This technology has received an interest from companies in very different industries, including the most difficult and extreme from the point of loadings at operation and the mistake prices – avionics. Work with various industries has allowed to create universal team of experts that we’re really proud of: programmers, engineers, business analysts. Tasks became more complex and that fact has led us to a new stage of development of the company – creation of IoT practice
One of the main objectives of implementation of IoT solutions is development of the system of "connected" sensors which control the disturbances happening around them and react to non-standard disturbances of controlled parameters. This methodology was applied for the solving of the following tasks:
One of key use of the above-described technology is control of pipelines integrity and control of external inserts. Parameters which are controlled by such system:
For detection of insert attempt we use uniform network of vibration\linear acceleration sensors. The network purpose - expeditious positioning of the insert attempt. At the same time creation of the network is based on the principle of the "rarefied" network of the slow sensors fixing data on mechanical fluctuations at any moment of their action. This approach has the following advantages:
Below is shown the visualization of the shock wave distribution in a pipe . It is clearly visible that distribution of disturbances allows not only to record the fact of insert, but also to define an exact tie-in location with high precision. Further the system of sensors transfers data on a radio channel to the specialized base station which in real time transfers data to the system of monitoring.
|1||Sensetivity||Electronically operated, 50 – 700 mV\g|
|2||Bandwidth||Electronically operated, 0,5 – 1 500 Hz|
|3||Interface||CAN \ LoRaWAN|
|4||Data transfer protocol||MODBUS|
|5||Operating temperature||-60…+85 С0|
|6||Ingress Protection Rating||IP65|
|7||Average power consumption||<100 mW|
|8||Peak power consumption||150 mW|
|9||Minimal power consumption||2 mW|
|10||Supply voltage||7 – 45V, unipolar|