From CORE to STUDIO to GLASS to your insight, the iVEDiX platform transforms the living data from across your business and assets into highly actionable intelligence.

Sensors to Dashboards

iVEDiX uses the latest frameworks and developments in IoT technologies to connect, capture, process and display digitized asset movements while providing immediate visibility into its location, status, condition, environment, and history. It also has the capability to compute and aggregate to provide actionable intelligence including notifications and alerts in real-time.

Connect and Capture

The iVEDiX IOT engine, CORE, reads data from sensors and tags where they are deployed and maps them through iVEDiX STUDIO. Data elements captured from the sensors are all day/time stamped, and factors such as location, proximity, temperature, motion, and acceleration. The data. can be transmitted using any one or a combination of the connecting technologies used today. Specific use cases will dictate which of the following RTLS (Real-Time Locating System) technologies will be in play.

Passive RFID

RFID uses radio waves to wirelessly identify and gather data from tagged assets.

Active RFID

Active tags are battery powered and emit a beacon that transmits farther than passive RFID.

Barcodes

Barcodes can come in traditional 1D and 2D formats, such as QR codes.

Near Field Communications (NFC)

NFC is a short-range wireless technology that enables communications between electronic devices within 4 cm.

Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)

BLE is similar to active RFID because a battery is required. However, transmit distances are much shorter. BLE is often used in low-power sensor applications.

Wireless Mesh

A wireless (802.15.4) network in which nodes connect directly and dynamically to other nodes to route sensor and location data. Wireless mesh is typically deployed for highly scalable outdoor tracking.

IoT Sensors

Sensors collect data from the surrounding environment, such as location, proximity, temperature, humidity, motion, vibration, acceleration, and flow.

Satellite (Global Positioning System – GPS)

Tracking via Global Positioning System (GPS) and ground receivers to pinpoint geographic locations.

Configuration and Capabilities

Configure your assets, location, rules, thresholds, workflows to provide depth and dimension to your asset data. The rich context of your asset data will prove to be invaluable in the high-quality, high-frequency, highly actionable insights you receive, including critical notifications that come from the data disseminated from the sensors and assets.
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From CORE to STUDIO to GLASS to your insight, the iVEDiX platform transforms the living data from across your business and assets into highly actionable intelligence.

Sensors to Dashboards

iVEDiX uses the latest frameworks and developments in IoT technologies to connect, capture, process, and display digitized asset movements while providing immediate visibility into its location, status, condition, environment, and history. It also has the capability to compute and aggregate to provide actionable intelligence including notifications and alerts in real-time.

Connect and Capture

The iVEDiX IOT engine, CORE, reads data from sensors and tags where they are deployed and maps them through iVEDiX STUDIO. Data elements captured from the sensors are all day/time stamped, and factors such as location, proximity, temperature, motion, and acceleration. The data. can be transmitted using any one or a combination of the connecting technologies used today. Specific use cases will dictate which of the following RTLS (Real-Time Locating System) technologies will be in play.

Passive RFID

RFID uses radio waves to wirelessly identify and gather data from tagged assets.

Active RFID

Active tags are battery-powered and emit a beacon that transmits farther than passive RFID.

Barcodes

Barcodes can come in traditional 1D and 2D formats, such as QR codes.

Near Field Communications (NFC)

NFC is a short-range wireless technology that enables communications between electronic devices within 4 cm.

Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)

BLE is similar to active RFID because a battery is required. However, transmit distances are much shorter. BLE is often used in low-power sensor applications.

Wireless Mesh

A wireless (802.15.4) network in which nodes connect directly and dynamically to other nodes to route sensor and location data. Wireless mesh is typically deployed for highly scalable outdoor tracking.

IoT Sensors

Sensors collect data from the surrounding environment, such as location, proximity, temperature, humidity, motion, vibration, acceleration, and flow.

Satellite (Global Positioning System – GPS)

Tracking via Global Positioning System (GPS) and ground receivers to pinpoint geographic locations.

Configuration and Capabilities

Configure your assets, location, rules, thresholds, workflows to provide depth and dimension to your asset data. The rich context of your asset data will prove to be invaluable in the high-quality, high-frequency, highly actionable insights you receive, including critical notifications that come from the data disseminated from the sensors and assets.