NXTIoT joins Ubidots IoT ecosystem with end-to-end IoT solutions for your business.
NXTIoT se une al ecosistema del IoT de Ubidots con soluciones globales e integrales, end-to-end, para tu negocio.
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Ubidots’ app builder and Hologram.io’s cellular network are combining forces to bring you a complete IoT development toolkit
Dear tinkerers, we’ve got more free tools to add to your toolkit. For your next IoT project, you can send and receive data through Hologram’s global cellular connectivity—and easily set up custom visualizations through Ubidots’ application builder. For free!
Cellular infrastructure has been slow to accommodate IoT—making it a headache to get your IoT devices up and running on cellular networks. Hologram.io, a secure global cellular network, and Ubidots, an IoT enablement platform, are working to change that. Continue reading “You can now build your own LTE-connected IoT project—completely free”
Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes when you make an emergency call? When you dial the local emergency line in Medellín, Colombia, a medical team of 3—a doctor and 2 pre-hospital care technicians—work under immense time pressure to determine the care needed, and dispatch the nearest appropriately equipped ambulance in a matter of minutes.
Until recently, this already high-stress process was fairly manually—prone to inefficiency and human error (i.e. misidentifying the closest ambulance). Pre-GPS, and still wading through handwritten medical records in 2013, Medellín’s emergency response teams relied on radio communication to identify and dispatch the closest ambulance with the necessary equipment. Continue reading “IoT for Healthcare: Medellín health tech company boosts emergency response time with IoT-powered ambulances”
Beginning in the early 1990s connecting to the internet began as a simple direct path. Now days things have advanced and have become more complex but also more capable. Instead of a single Ethernet connection to the internet, microcontrollers and other devices can no connect through a long list of protocols: Bluetooth, WiFi, BLE, ZigBee, 3G, 4G, 5G, NFC, RFID, SigFox, DigiMesh, Thread, and 6LoWPAN to name a few. Each of these connections play a valuable role for device connection and data transmission, but one budding protocol we would like to highlight is LoRaWan.
The challenges of building out your first IoT solution from prototype to production (and how Ubidots helps you solve them).
The Internet of Things (IoT) was built to solve messy, real-world problems—and the journey to integrating IoT technology into broader informational ecosystems is almost always equally messy. That’s why IoT isn’t something you can buy in a store (or anywhere else), neatly packaged up and ready to go. You’ll need to either build your IoT solution with lots of time, patience and TLC, or connect your devices to an application enablement platform platform that has solved similar problems before—potentially cutting down your development of an IoT application from 18 months to under a day. This article will walk you through both paths to IoT implementation.
Today, companies in many heavy industries such as manufacturing, power generation, oil & gas, renewables, metals, chemicals, and mining are applying predictive maintenance (PdM) techniques to their multi-million dollar global operations to reduce the costs and downtime associated with unexpected critical machine failure and damage.
In many ways, a doctor-patient relationship is a good analogy to the technician-machine relationship in terms of trying to understand the significance of an observed condition. Imagine a patient’s body temperature is higher than normal. This could be caused by several things – some normal (e.g. strenuous exercise) and some that indicate sickness (e.g. fever) that should be treated.
Industrial process control has long been associated with legacy systems in the shop floor. As Internet technologies continue to advance, bringing increased security and connectivity, manufacturers have begin to turn to connected devices to bring their industrial processes online.
This video, made by our friends at VERSE Technology, shows a practical example of how a Liquid Injection process can be controlled remotely from the Internet.
Ubidots and VERSE Technology are excited to announce a new device-information relationship designed to provide IoT enablement for industrial and individual uses. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a complex ecosystem to navigate and Ubidots and VERSE Technology look to make this easier for all IoT innovators with this start to finish sensor and information partnership. All IoT solutions require 1) Hardware, 2) Connectivity, 3) Time-series backend or Cloud, and 4) Application Enablement platform. This partnership combines VERSE’s GOBLIN 2 device with Ubidots’ cloud and application enablement platform for complete plug and play Industrial IoT rollouts.