Overview, IoT Product

Lora end Node

Power companies can reduce their operation cost and increase efficiency by getting accurate billing and audit data. This also helps distribution companies to minimizing distribution losses & accurate analysis of demand & supply. It also help consumer.

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Lora Gateway

Utility companies can dramatically reduce their operation cost thru leakage detection, accurate billing, and automatic water valve shut off systems. Low power sensors with LoRaWAN network ensures long battery life up to 20 years and excellent underground coverage.

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Lora Network Server

Gas companies can drastically reduces operation cost by distributing piped natural gas to consumers using LoRa technology to provide PNG pay per use/prepaid. LoRaWAN ensures on demand gas consumption accurately with long battery life up to 20 years.

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Description About SSTPL's Product

IoT: The ‘thing’ in Internet of Things (IoT) could be any object that contains the required computing power & connectivity to the Internet and have the ability to collect and transfer data over a network without manual assistance or intervention. The embedded technology in the objects helps them to interact with internal states or the external environment, which in turn affects the decisions taken.

Features of IoT : IoT combines a variety of technologies into a semi-autonomous network that consists of all the web-enabled embedded objects that collect, send and perform actions on data they acquire from their environments using sensors, actuators and communication hardware. These devices, often called “smart” devices, can sometimes talk to other related or linked devices, a process called machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, and act on the information they get from one another, so they act as intelligent devices. Humans can interact with the gadgets to set them up, give them instructions or access the data, but the devices do most of the work on their own without human intervention.

Basic requirements of an IoT system: a. A device that contain embedded sensors that Capture or generate data. b. Wireless transmitters and receivers that connect to a larger network. c. A network backbone to which all devices ultimately connect through various wireless technologies. d. Software applications that analyze and process all the collected data and initiate appropriate actions.

Things in IoT : 1. Things in IoT can be anything large enough to contain a wireless transmitter and unique enough is assigned its own IP address. 2. Things connected to IoT are often referred to as smart devices. 3. These smart devices create a coherent system that can act with its own type of intelligence, without need for human interpretation and interaction. 4. The interaction between smart devices creates a smart environment.


Internet of things applications:
The ability to network embedded devices with limited CPU, memory and power resources means that Internet of Things (IoT) finds applications in nearly every field. Few examples,

Home automation (also known as smart home devices) such as the control and automation of lighting, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC), robotic vacuums, air purifiers, ovens or refrigerators that use Wi-Fi for remote monitoring. Wearable technology which includes smart watches, fitness trackers, VR headsets and more… Environment: IoT application technologies that have sensors can be used to monitor air and water quality, soil or atmospheric conditions, and even the movements of wildlife. The IoT devices can also be used in applications such as tsunami early-warning systems to enable authorities to offer more effective responses and aid. Utilities doing real time grid assessment from devices sitting on the grid Logistics firms designing real-time visibility into location and condition of assets

Infrastructure: The IoT can also be applied to monitor and control operations of urban and rural infrastructure such as bridges and railway tracks. IoT can help to schedule repair and maintenance activities in a well-organized manner. Manufacturers predicting when equipment will need maintenance Insurers increasing revenue through asset monitoring Medical and Healthcare: IoT devices can facilitate remote health monitoring and emergency notification systems such as blood pressure and heart rate monitors. Retail: Retailers creating more personalized in-store shopping experiences Banks providing better offers and more engagement via tellers and ATMs However, the application of the Internet of Things (IoT) is not only restricted to these areas. Other specialized use cases of the IoT may also exist. Based on the application domain, IoT products can be classified broadly into five different categories: smart wearable, smart home, smart city, smart environment, and smart enterprise.

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