Design monitoring device for acquisition, processing, and transmission of data collected from waste containers such as filling level, tipping, emptying, fire, collision, and positioning. We have made and installed several devices for monitoring urban dumpsters deployed at the roadside.
Optimization of conferred collection through the use of smart picking & smart tracking algorithms present within Sensoworks IIoT Platform. The algorithms make it possible to optimize the collection round based on the individual container's fill status and its availability status. For example, a container that has been overturned or impacted is excluded from the collection round and notified as needing maintenance to the response teams. (image to use: Waste collection)
Event and alarm management for each container. This type of intervention allows maintenance teams to be notified promptly of events recorded by the monitoring device such as overturns, fires, impacts, or displacements. (image to use: Monitoring)
Integrated management of multiple ePOP House buildings within Sensoworks IIoT Platform. Thanks to the platform's auto-provisioning feature, the client is able, for each new building, to automatically register all installed sensors and acquire real-time telemetry data. Each building is monitored in real time and the information can be accessed through dashboards or directly on the georeferenced BIM model.
For each building, it is possible to access master information, data sheets, maintenance work performed, and any events/alarms that have occurred over time or are active at that time.
Optimization of maintenance activities for each building or group of buildings. Allows the customer to manage maintenance interventions by scheduling them according to the maintenance status of the individual building. Based on the telemetry data acquired from each ePOP House and based on the interventions performed previously, the Sensoworks IIoT Platform schedules maintenance interventions highlighting to the customer the best period to perform the intervention.
Building automation for each building it is possible to configure automatic actions upon the occurrence of certain events such as gas leakage, fire, or light level improving the livability of the rooms and in some cases ensuring the safety of people inside the ePOP Houses.
Integrated management of more than 4,000 generators within the Sensoworks IIoT Platform. Thanks to the platform's auto-provisioning feature, the customer is able, for each new asset activated, to automatically register the asset's master data and acquire telemetry data in real time. Each asset is monitored in real time and the information is accessible through intuitive and configurable dashboards.
For each asset, it is possible to access master information, data sheets, maintenance work performed, and any events/alarms that have occurred over time or are active at that time.
Optimization of maintenance activities for each asset or group of assets.
Allows the customer to manage maintenance interventions by scheduling them according to the maintenance status of the individual asset. Based on telemetry data acquired from each generator and previous interventions, the Sensoworks IIoT Platform schedules maintenance interventions by highlighting to the customer the best period to perform the intervention.
Integration with the customer's systems to organize maintenance interventions also according to the inventory.
Thanks to the integration via API between the customer's systems and the Sensoworks IIoT Platform, predictive algorithms can predict the best time for maintenance interventions depending on the state of component supply.