How the Xemote system works
1 - CAPTURE
Choose from a range of wireless Xemote sensors to monitor ‘things’ such as temperature, humidity, water leaks, assets, motion, door open/close status to name but a few. Wireless sensors periodically capture and send their measurements to the Xemote gateway at intervals from 5 seconds to 24 hours.
2 - TRANSMIT
A single Xemote wireless gateway connects up to 128 wireless sensors to the Xemote cloud portal. With built-in GSM connectivity, no additional communication infrastructure is required. In adverse network conditions, measurements are stored locally and transmitted as soon as network conditions return to normal. Built-in power status monitoring is standard for all Xemote wireless gateways.
3 - MANAGE
The Xemote cloud portal securely routes measurements to any user. Users log into the Xemote cloud portal to setup dashboards, view historical data, manage notifications and send automated reports. With powerful graph visualisation tools, you can drill down into historical data or combine measurements to identify problem areas or trends.
4 - DISTRIBUTE
Using any web browser, the Xemote cloud portal is the primary interface to view and manage abnormal situations. Each measurement can have multiple notifications and relevant personnel may be alerted via SMS or email. Automated reports are easily distributed to users or snapshot emails can be setup for specific times to give an instant overview of all measured ‘things’.