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Cellio – All Day and All NIIoT

Posted by: In: Alerts, Connectivity, Control System, Controller, Featured, Indicator, Notifications, Sensors 06 Oct 2016 Comments: 0 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Overview

If something fails and no one there is to detect it and report the failure, did it really fail? With so much safety, compliance, and critical equipment in place, you would think that wireless distributed remote monitoring equipment would already be in place in almost every aspect of our lives. Surprisingly a very small percentage of the things we take for granted to keep our lives moving and keep us safe is actually monitored by more than someone driving by every once in a while to check on the status of the equipment to make sure it hasn’t failed. Only at the time that a concerned citizen or a conscripted agent reports the failure did the failure actually occur – if it is seen and reported the failure actually exists!

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What is the Equipment Doing When We Aren’t Looking?

With most of the equipment deployed today; nothing is checking on status – good or bad. The assumption for most equipment is that unless someone complains about it, it must be fine and functioning properly. Of course many of us have experienced that eerie intersection where all the lights are dark or even worse they are all blinking yellow (and at the very worst they are all green). These situations can exist long enough for there to be real damage to people and property. If, as we would propose with Cellio, those lights were monitored wirelessly and remotely, the moment that a light failed, the failure could be immediately detected and transmitted to notify everyone and anyone who needed to know about the failure to address the issues until the failure was resolved. For the traffic light example, the police could be notified immediately to get to the intersection to help direct traffic, the power company or the municipality could dispatch someone with the correct parts to replace the failed item. In Open Data Initiative (ODI) communities, that information could be shared via maps and road condition systems to alert people to the condition before they found themselves in real danger.   Cellio is always watching the equipment (24/365) with the sole purpose of detecting the failure and reporting it to back-end data systems where the information can be used to quickly address the issue. Cellio can also take measurements across continuous levels and control electronic devices remotely. 

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Conclusion

The Cellio Wireless Network has been designed to be quick, affordable, and high quality. Cellio Wireless Transceivers allow the Cellio system and customers to quickly and easily expand existing systems with as many sensors and controllers as they like (with minimal incremental expense).  The data collected in the back-end data system can be easily and rapidly mapped and provided for view on PC’s, tablets, smartphones, etc. both via browser views as well as automatically generated native mobile app views. Sharing and modifying the dashboard views is quick and easy. All of this is available and in place today. There is a saying that you should “Inspect what you expect”.  If the expectation is that critical equipment used for safety, critical processes, or reliable information on the status of assets, then Cellio should be the first system you evaluate. Cellio will keep an eye on things for you, day and night.

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