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NOVUS Cloud is a platform focused on solutions for the Internet of Things that extends the horizons of data presentation. Applied in conjunction with products from NOVUS, this platform receives, stores, analyses and presents on the Internet measurements of temperature, humidity, pressure, location and any other quantity of interest. Clients can access physical data via the internet which is especially beneficial for clients in in the areas of industry, logistics, health, construction, energy, water treatment and agriculture.
Physical quantity measurements can be obtained by any MODBUS equipment connected to a FieldLogger or AirGate-3G , that will then send this data to NOVUS Cloud. For those interested in temperature recording applications, TagTemp-NFC together with the Android application LogChart-NFC can be utilized to send measurement to NOVUS cloud.
The platform is secure, scalable and has a rapid development environment suitable even for people without programming experience. The cloud applications are completely personalizable. It is possible to create various dashboards with widgets to display data, configure alarms and events, send notifications via email and configure scripts to process data.
Cloud computing technologies are already a consolidated reality in the market. However, many people still keep prejudice in order to embrace this technology in business world, despite using it in a daily basis in their private life. The purpose of this article is to elucidate facts and myths about this technology and to facilitate the decision whether or not to deploy cloud oversight systems in your company.
Data importance has increased drastically recently which is very understandable once most decisions are data-driven. NOVUS’ LogBox Connect provides wireless connectivity to field signals and devices while offering ease of integration with Cloud systems and alarming capability. In this article, we will show you how LogBox can be used to monitoring three remote water pump stations from both the office and from maintenance engineers' mobile phone.