Discover all the core features of Senti
How do private or public decision makers make better decisions with IoT data collected nationwide?
How do you deploy and manage thousands of IoT devices from many different vendors, in multiple geographic locations, and with data collection of varying type from multiple networks without losing control and quality of service?
How do you manage 50 different IoT dashboards and platforms? How do you get the benefits out of IoT technology on a limited budget?
Read on to get answers.
When IoT data messages are sent from your devices to Senti, the Message Broker is responsible for collecting your data.
The Message Broker accepts messages send through either MQTT or HTTPS.
When the messages are received it is delivered to the Data Broker which persists (stores) your raw data in a secure way. Senti can collect data from all types of IoT devices and infrastructures.
After data has been securely persisted, the Rules Engine takes control of your data. This proces can consist of several jobs, such as normalisation, contextualisation, decryption, serialisation and aggregation.
Basically Senti is "fixing" your data so it is accessible in a contextual understandable and displayable way.
When these jobs are done, actions can be triggered by specific conditions. Sending notifications and alerts to users are controlled in this step.
Data Visualisation in Senti is where the real value is produced. Exploring and visualising your data through Dashboards provide quick insight targeted the individual user. Setup and customise Dashboards with the data needed to take advanced and controlled decisions.
You can also share Dashboards with external users and create smart snapshots of specific periods in time. Users can subscribe to snapshots and get instant insight delivered to their mailbox or in an SMS.
Connectivity is about messages send between the IoT devices and the cloud. Connectivity is the way IoT devices connect to the cloud to deliver the specific metrics (payload) the device is capable of measuring.
You can connect devices with connectivity transport from Cellular, Satellite, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, SigFox LoRaWAN, NB-IoT and Ethernet.
Senti IoT Service Platform supports both lightweight IoT protocols for device connection, such as MQTT. HTTPS (RESTful API) gateways are also available for delivering device messages in Senti. Senti is device and connectivity agnostic and may support any IoT protocol and network.
Senti is device agnostic and can manage all your devices regardless of vendor and type.
Senti provides Device Registries to represent devices that have common characteristics. You can create all the registries you want to fit your IoT device landscape.
Senti allows you to store both the message payload (device data metrics), and device attributes. Device attributes provide more detailed information about any characteristic of the device. Examples of such attributes could be location, device type, serial number, MAC address, software version, etc.