ioBridge Releases Wireless Sensor and Control Network Platform for Professional Internet of Things and M2M Applications
The new ioBridge Gamma PRO Web Gateway and Wireless Endpoints offer convenient setup and configuration with no programming required.
MARLBOROUGH, MA /PRNewswire/ -- ioBridge, Inc. has released its wireless sensor and control network platform for Internet of Things and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) applications. New products include the ioBridge Gamma PRO Web Gateway and Wireless Endpoints. The products are supported by ioBridge cloud, web, and mobile services such as customizable dashboard displays, data logging, alerting, reporting, and secure remote control via desktop browsers and mobile apps for the iPhone and Android smartphones.
"Several of our professional customers have already built amazing, low-cost solutions for everything from tide level monitoring to water management in cities and towns," said Dr. Robert Mawrey, CEO of ioBridge. "We are now making the Gamma PRO and Wireless Endpoints available to everyone on the ioBridge Store."
Many professional applications require battery operation, wireless operation, remote connectivity, and secure operation. The Gamma PRO and Wireless Endpoints solve the operational requirements while allowing for easy setup and configuration with no programming required, no network setup, and no recurring fees. The Gamma PRO and Wireless Endpoints bundled with ioBridge web services are ideal for a wide range of applications including remote tank level monitoring, temperature and humidity monitoring, out-of-parameter alerting, secure control applications, and industrial garage door control.
The Gamma PRO features four general purpose channels for monitoring sensors and sending control signals to actuators, onboard serial, screw terminals, a wide operating temperature range, and an expansion header for wireless and M2M applications.
The Wireless Endpoints support battery operation of up to one year, solar charging circuit for Li-Poly battery packs, built in temperature and humidity sensors, audio range testing, up to 1 mile operation using XBee-PRO(R) radio modules, secure programming and pairing of XBee radios, latching control relay, and general support for external sensors.
"Our customers are looking for low-cost, wireless monitoring and control solutions integrated with our web services," said Mawrey. "We are excited to release our next generation platform to enable professional applications."
FOr more information visit www.iobridge.com.