Cloud monitoring and control hardware, software, services

Divelbiss' VersaCloud M2M allows end-to-end cloud monitoring and control, by merging services with controllers, gateways and options that include NEMA 4 sealed enclosures and open-board packaging options.
By Divelbiss Corporation July 12, 2015

Divelbiss' VersaCloud M2M is an end-to-end cloud monitoring and control solution that has enabled controllers and gateways with options that include NEMA 4 sealed enclosures to open-board packaging options. Courtesy: DivelbissDivelbiss’ VersaCloud M2M is an end-to-end cloud monitoring and control package that merges hardware, software, communications, and cloud services for the mobile, industrial, environmental, agricultural, and construction markets. It has native support for protocols such as SAE J1939, NMEA2000 and Modbus. The VersaCloud M2M also has enabled controllers and gateways with options that include NEMA 4 sealed enclosures to open-board packaging options. It also has supporting analog & digital I/O, encoders, PWM outputs, SD Card data logging, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, CAN, GPS, and cellular communications. 

The VersaCloud M2M Cloud platform provides a secure web-based user portal for access to device data and dashboards. The platform provides an easy to configure dashboard interface to display current and historical data through drag-and-drop graphical Java widgets. A wide range of widgets are available, such as: dial gauges, tank level graphs, bar graphs, line graphs, maps, tables, etc. Custom Java widgets can also be easily implemented. Multiple dashboards are also supported to provide for the hierarchical display of equipment data, allowing the user to "drill-down" to get more granular data for a specific piece of equipment. Email and SMS messages can be automatically generated based on simple to configure event triggers. The VersaCloud M2M platform API also allows the user to export data for off-line analysis or utilization by external software or mobile device app.

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