Real-time monitoring of thousands of devices wherever their locations are one of the basic features of the MonGuard platform. All shown on maps at various scales. A wide range of standards and protocols are supported by the platform; Both customized and open standard based connectivity.
One of the primary objects of the MonGuard platform is security. Through alerts and indicators, and constant monitoring and security analysis, the platform guards against cyber attacks, and closes such vulnerabilities. Security analysis is a proactive approach to providing a secure system.
MonGuard platform facilitates connection of any type of sensor to the system very quickly. The platform makes secure connections to the security enabled devices or the gateways that are connected to the devices. It provides process transparency right up to the equipment level.
Servicing IoT devices spread over a large geographical area can be a challenge. A quick notification to the crew of a faulty device helps the crew fix the problem quickly before any significant damage or loss in productivity happens. Multimedia enabled work orders are filed from the field as the installation and maintenance is being done, eliminating paper work.
MonGuard provides the ability to create reports, graphs, dashboards that give process transperancy. The ability to manage processes rather than merely devices. The framework allows for easy extensions, some without any knowledge of programming. It uses an easy extensible API for application integration.
The data collected from devices can be processed by any number of algorithms and tools in the way that facilitates insight into the system and to squeeze out the maximum utility of any device. The modular architecture of MonGuard allows easy plug-in of analysis and AI tools as required.
Utility companies propose that from a consumer perspective, smart metering offers potential benefits to householders. These benefits include, a) an end to estimated bills, which are a major source of complaints for many customers b) a tool to help consumers better manage their energy purchases - stating that smart meters with a display outside their homes could provide up-to-date information on water, gas and electricity consumption and in doing so help people to manage their energy use and reduce their energy bills. -- Download full report
There are various causes of leaks to utility water systems. The leaks can be caused by natural or man-made events or by equipment failures. Utilities need to locate these leaks as quickly as possible before they cause a lot of damage. Our currently operational systems are providing real time alerts of any such leaks – and a peace of mind for both utilities and cities. -- Download full report
Gas detectors are used in applications such as gas turbines, building and construction, health care, food and beverages, water treatment, oil and gas refineries, chemical plants, underground gas storage. -- Download full report