DP-IoT offers a complete, flexible, end-to-end IoT ecosystem that takes greentech solutions to the next level of efficiency and viability.
Many greentech companies use IoT devices for basic data collection and monitoring. What they often lack, though, is a complete IoT ecosystem that harnesses the full capabilities of IoT to manage their operations.
IoT sensors and actuators need a way to communicate data through networks, and the data needs to be computed in an edge solution or a server system. Applications need to be developed as well. All of this takes time, money and specialised expertise, which many greentech companies do not have.
DP-IoT offers a complete, flexible, end-to-end IoT ecosystem. The solution consists of sensor technology, a ready-to-use network, servers and applications. With the DP-IoT ecosystem, companies can trace, track, monitor and remotely control assets and processes in their green solutions.
DP-IoT designs the ecosystem based on the customer’s specific needs. The company’s services range from providing optimal IoT sensors and network solutions with edge computing to conducting R&D and licensing products and software.
The DP-IoT network-connected sensors provide real-time data on crucial metrics such as GPS/GNSS geolocation, 3-axis accelerometer and gyroscope, temperature, humidity, moisture, CO₂, particulate matter, ultrasound, airborne chemicals (VOC), pressure, lumen, UV light, infrared, and 3-axis magnetometer.
The DP-IoT battery-driven sensors, beacons, trackers and gateways combine the latest, long-range wireless networking technologies offered by 5G/LTE narrowband and low-energy Bluetooth (BLE).
Read more about DP-IoT’s Intrack multipurpose IoT sensor and edge controller.
Bluetooth BLE 5 local area network with Intrack gateways.
The DP-IoT ecosystem makes green solutions more efficient and viable. Depending on the application area, DP-IoT’s technology can reduce energy consumption, food waste, and environmental pollution. It can also improve asset and resource utilisation, increase food production, and safeguard human health.
For example, farmers can track their livestock and facility managers can monitor room use and air quality. Greenhouse owners can monitor light, temperature, moisture and humidity, while fisheries can trace and retrieve nets and other equipment.
Intrack global asset tracker uses GPS/GNSS outdoors and BLE beacon positioning indoors.
The overall IoT market is expected to reach some USD 1.1 billion by 2026. In addition, the asset tracking market was valued at around USD 17 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach roughly USD 34 billion by 2026.
The DP-IoT ecosystem and its individual components are offered as a B2B, white label concept. DP-IoT has rolled out its technology with partners that have successfully deployed the solutions as part of their own branding.
9. Industry, innovation and infrastructure
The DP-IoT ecosystem promotes sustainability in various industries by making green solutions viable and more efficient.