According to the company, TagoIO’s end-to-end cloud platform requires minimal effort for IoT network setup and operation. Under the company’s PaaS model, TagoIO provides the critical IoT network functionalities, such as device management, data storage, real-time data visualization, user management, custom analytics, and notifications.
The platform is designed beyond typical IoT technologies to transform the way businesses create value from connected products and user interactions. In a single tool, it connects businesses, developers, and users, and unlike dashboards, the platform uses a database of devices with a preformatted payload set-up that allows an ideal integration in a dashboard.
The platform includes hundreds of different LoRaWAN sensor models, such as temperature, pressure, location, gas, light, humidity, energy, and level sensors, that are certified to run on TagoIO and to communicate with the open interface on the Kerlink LoRa Network Server.
An application program interface (API) is included to link IoT network data securely between Wanesy Management Center and TagoIO’s platform.
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