View all of your locations from one central map. Click on each map pin to view all of the sensors in that location. Click on each sensor to view the latest statistics. Click to go to the full sensor charting. Instantly view areas of concern as pins change color based on statuses of Strategies or Alerts.
Building View allows you to attach building schematics, floor plans or other maps to a Location. This tab within the map view allows you to see where your sensors have been placed within your facility. Within the building view you can easily see when to turn on a ventilation or HVAC system, when to activate filtration such as Ozone treatment for cigarette smoke and much more
View sensor intensity maps by sensor type, which allow you to easily identify areas where gas concentrations are higher, temperatures are higher (or lower), noise is louder, or where more dust is accumulating. Types auto-enumerate based on the available sensors in a building map.
Dash tiles give you a comprehensive overview of your real time sensor data and alerts. Filter by sensor type and location.
Instantaneous Real Time sensor data with less than 1s typical delay between origin of the device reading and availability in the UI (although most sensors typically report in 1-2 minute intervals).
Perform automatic regression over existing data and perform forecasting / prediction (works with any sensor)
Control strategies allow you to ingest sensor data and execute control commands based on pre-defined thresholds. Implement thermostat control algorithms for an entire location. Implement demand controlled ventilation strategies, turn on lights or raise window shades. Aretas Control Devices offer 3 channels of on/off control per device. For thermostatic control, you can execute heat call, cooling call and fan control.
Alerts notify you when values exceed a certain threshold. Get notified by text, email and view the alerts in the web app and mobile app. Sensor statuses will turn red in both apps when the alert is triggered. You can set daytime/nighttime thresholds and alert when conditions go over or below thresholds.
For additional advanced sensor support for sound spectrum, light spectrum, thermal and more, see the new Aretas Sensor Edge platform
You can purchase one of our pre-configured Edge devices to bring your sensor data into the cloud.
Or, use our Ubuntu PPA to install the V1 IoT Gateway software on your own device. The V1 Gateway Software doesn’t even require Cloud subscription so you can use it on your own device for datalogging your own sensor data.
Coupled with an XBee Expansion Board From Aretas (or just use our low-cost USB to XBee Adapter, you can build your own IoT Gateway using the Aretas Ubuntu PPA and bring your custom data online into the Aretas IoT Cloud software. Tested with up to 40 individual sensors, this low cost method is a proven budget saver.
Coupled with an XBee Expansion Board From Aretas (or just use our low-cost USB to XBee Adapter, you can build your own IoT Gateway using the Aretas Ubuntu PPA and bring your custom data online into the Aretas IoT Cloud software. Tested with up to 40 individual sensors, this is another low cost method you can customize.
The entry-level low cost solution from Aretas features a 32-bit or 64-bit microprocessor, ARM Cortex core CPU, Linux based operating system, fully installed and configured V1 Gateway software (or Aretas Sensor Edge), Industrial MicroSD or eMMC storage. We also provide an XBee to USB Adapter and high quality power supply.
A small, but powerful Intel Core CPU based device with 4-8 GB of RAM and up to several TB of storage, this device can support 100s of sensors and lower reporting intervals.
A robust, server grade solution with redundant PSUs, multicore Xeon CPU, SSD Raid and more. For mission critical applications with large sensor deployments.
You can also self-install using the Aretas PPA and any device with a USB port and Ubuntu LTS 14 or 16 (support for 18 coming soon). If you have an extra PC (or even if you don’t, you can install VirtualBox and Ubuntu and pass through the USB device)