Internet of Things (IoT)
The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to a network of connected objects (or “things”) which collect and share data about the way they are used and about the environment. The internet connects all these objects. For 2020, the number of devices connected to the Internet (computers, servers, smartphones, tablets, but also fridges, televisions, lamps) worldwide will be 50 billion.
In order to connect these objects, they need to be made smart by means of technology. Aucxis has years of experience with various technologies (GPS, Lora, Sigfox, NBiot, BLE, RFID,…) in this field and is always looking for the most appropriate solution for its customers. Thanks to one of these technologies, the objects can identify themselves, communicate their status or functioning and can even be remotely controlled.
Some examples of objects which are made smart:
- Reusable assets and packagings such as pallets, frames, skids, crates etc. which can be localised and whose status can be seen from a distance;
- Materials for rent;
- Detection of occupation of workplaces to use buildings more efficiently;
- High value equipment whose location and consumption can be seen;
- Garbage containers which indicate whether they are full or not.
Project example: Huktra
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