AggreGate can be easily used to monitor multiple sensors and operate complex control logic. Let's say you operate a huge organic greenhouse. Your greenhouse always needs to have certain temperature and humidity percentage. These variables keep changing at various times of the day and as equipment and workers enter or leave the warehouse.
Your sensor grid deployed throughout the warehouse could connect to the AggreGate server and constantly relay sensor data. When a certain threshold is crossed (i.e, humidity too low), an alert could be raised, and corrective action will automatically occur - water atomizers would kick in adding humidity.
You could generate reports to easily see how much power and water your greenhouse consumes and use the data to plan the space layout more efficiently minimizing resources waste.
- Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) management
- Connecting sensors and base stations using standard or custom communication protocol drivers
- Transport network independency
- Data aggregation and information fusion
- Fault-tolerance, graceful processing of unreliable sensor connections
- Scalability of thousands of sensors
- Centralized sensor reading history storage
- Alerting, charting, reports, integrated query language, and other data analysis tools
- Customizable network geography and topology visualization
- Excellent support for heterogenous nodes
- Unattended operation
- Secure communications
- Sensor data export and real-time distribution using open-source APIs