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A universal sensor module-based development platform for the Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT). The sensor module offers a wide range of pre-tested sensors and interfaces, a robust embedded software stack, fully encrypted communication, and advanced deployment tools.

The hardware configuration consists of multiple sensors, for instance, temperature, accelerometer, magnetometer, gyroscope, air quality sensor, and ambient light sensor, and can be easily customized.

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Edge Devices

This comprises the sensors, actuators, and other smart devices that either capture data (sensors), take action (actuators), or sometimes both.

  • Prometheus

    Prometheus is an LTE-M/NB-IoT sensor platform that consists of sensors like air quality, humidity, accelerometer, temperature, and gyroscope.

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Communication Standards

This comprises the network devices, communications types, and protocols that carry and transmit the info collected from the sensors.

  • LTE Cat M1 / NB-IoT

    Defines a low-power wide-area network (LPWAN) radio technology standard with higher bandwidth developed for cellular devices and services.

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Data Flows

This comprises a database, and extensive data processing modules where data transformation occurs, such as parsing, filtering, and cleansing.

  • Edge Computing

    Defines the option to preprocess data on edge to minimize data transfer and improve data privacy and security. It supports low latency use cases.

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Data Collection & Storage

This comprises a hot, warm, and cold storage database to collect and store billions of data points for reuse and processing and to meet scalability.

  • Time Series Database

    Defines the data processed in high volume and stored in time series databases to make analysis and further processing more accessible and faster.

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Data Formation & Access

This comprises the data aggregation to analyze the data provided by sensors to convert it into various forms and deliver it to users and applications.

  • Digital Twin

    Defines a virtual copy of your physical device that can be configured in advance to simulate changes' effects and deliver configuration and settings.

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Smart Services

This comprises all relevant services that cater to the implementation and management of applications to run specific use cases quickly and efficiently.

  • Device Management

    Defines a comprehensive set of features to help the management of the device fleet's whole lifecycle, including software and configuration.

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Dynamic Applications

This comprises apps that deliver functionality from the infrastructure to the business and manage, monitor, and analyze all sensors and devices.

  • Dashboarding

    Defines real-time monitoring and visualization of data from sensors and devices. Using standardized as well as customized reports and dashboards.

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Business Integration

This comprises collaboration to rapid enterprise application integration to exchange master and transactional data with all relevant applications.

  • IPaaS Integration

    Defines the process and data flow automation with external systems and low code integration with more than 700 relevant enterprise IT applications.

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Cross cutting functions to enable trustworthiness
The five key characteristics that most affect the trust decisions of an IIoT deployment are security, safety, reliability, resilience and privacy.
Connectivity is the ability of the system to link with sensors, gateways, routers, applications, platforms, and other systems.
Identifiability is the process of the system validating users' and devices' identities before they can access the network or a system.
Trustworthiness is the confidence that the system performs as expected in the face of system faults, ecological disturbance, human errors, and attacks.
Security is the condition of the system being protected from unintended or unauthorized access, change or destruction.
Safety is the system operating condition without causing an unacceptable risk of physical injury or damage to people's health.
Privacy is the right of an individual or group to control or influence what information related to them may be collected, processed, and stored.
Resilience is the emergent property of a system that behaves in a manner to avoid, absorb and manage dynamic adversarial conditions.
Reliability is the ability of a system or component to perform its required functions under stated conditions for a specified period.
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