Nube iO is powered by Node-Red

Open source software is software with a source code that is accessible to the public. This means that people can modify parts of the software for their own use, and contribute back to the origins of the software. Node Red is a visual programming tool utilising open source software which allows developers and installers to connect and interface with their software and hardware for new projects. Nube iO uses Node-Red to provide an easy to…

Why Nube iO Uses LoRa

Through the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT), devices can now easily communicate between each other and the cloud using a number of protocols. Increasingly, these devices are evolving to be wireless, low-power and battery operated. The number of these devices is growing exponentially. In fact, the number of IoT devices is expected to grow from 26.66 billion in 2019 to over 75 billion by 2025. Weak range and penetration of existing protocols means…

Nube iO Heat Map

Nube iO’s heat map allows facility managers to visualise the temperatures within their buildings across a portfolio. Key features include:  Real-time visualisation of temperatures Display numerous devices Pan and Zoom Highly configurable symbols Intuitive editor Layer-based editor system

Fujitsu Data Centres Uses Nube iO Technology

Droplet sensors and Edge iO devices were installed at Fujitsu facilities to monitor the data about the environment, such as temperature, humidity, movement detection and light levels. Recently, a heat hap has been added to their dashboard.