Month: November 2017

Cloud databases for big data and processing power

The rise of cloud databases for big data is continually growing in the technology industry. Cloud computing and databases are becoming increasingly popular for companies in order to process big data and provide processing power needed for data analysis. A cloud database is a database services that usually is built and delivered on a cloud (remote, network accessed) computing platform. These types of systems allow users to organize, manage and … Read more

Install friendly, a must in today’s monitoring and control deployments

IoT product installation can really set back a company’s interest to monitor processes. Not just the time and costs associated with the installation work, but the potential interruption to the process itself. Monitoring and control systems can provide insight to companies with the functionality and operation of their large facilities, like factories and power plants. These monitoring and control systems can basically automate activities that go on in these facilities, … Read more

Low power consumption enables battery powered sensors

The use of battery powered sensors is growing within the manufacturing and technology industry as they can avoid the regulatory and high costs associated with hardwired devices. Through careful power management these sensors can run for many years run on a single battery or charge. When integrated with wireless communications networks this is a great way for large plant companies to build big data infrastructures. Advantages to using wireless battery … Read more