SAN FRANCISCO, September 2, 2020, TpromoCom – Verdafero Inc., the provider of a uniquely effective Cloud-based SaaS (Software as a Service), announces the expansion of its analytical service to include IoT sensors and related services. What makes this important to Security Integrators is the fact that the global IoT market is expected to reach $1.5 Trillion by 2027 (https://bit.ly/3b5NUQ1), thus providing another source of RMR (Recurring Monthly Revenue). https://bit.ly/3oiWwsQ
“The Internet of Things is becoming an important component on which businesses and society itself depends. What Verdafero offers is a uniquely powerful means of Big Data analysis, which is necessary when monitoring, controlling, and advancing multiple IoT elements,” says Dr. Alastair Hood, Verdafero’s CEO.
The power of Verdafero’s Cloud-based, Big Data Analytic offering lies in its use of Machine Learning (ML), combined with a myriad of existing and yet-to-be-released IoT devices. Together, they render the rapid analysis of time-dependent data of various kinds. The Verdafero data analytical system will establish what’s “normal” for each day of the week and hour of the day in order to detect anomalies that might occur.
One example might be a $100K machine used in manufacturing. If there are more than 4 current (I) spikes of 40 percent or more above specification in a 15-minute period (only one example), the Verdafero analytical system can send an alert with the actual condition to a CMS (Central Monitoring Station) for dissemination. The same can be done where it involves supply voltage (E).
“When Security Integrators add the power of central station monitoring to this equation, the overall benefit is undeniable,” says Hood. “Using the existing Cellular network in conjunction with the Internet, we can provide near real-time notification of almost any kind, just as you do with alarm events.”
As a bonus, this alert can be simultaneously pushed to the end user’s mobile device(s). The Verdafero processing center can accommodate accelerometers, temperature sensors, magnetometers, proximity, gyroscopes, image sensors, acoustical, and many more. Examples of applications involving the incremental monitoring of temperature and humidity include sealed museum displays, high-end storage facilities, some food processing applications and others.
So, what makes Verdafero’s Cloud-based analytical processing center different from a CMS? The answer: It’s ability to monitor digitized analog data and to process it in relation to time. This is something that almost all CMS’ cannot do.
Find out more about Verdafero’s unique SaaS by downloading ‘Monitoring Utilities and IoT,’ a white paper written by long-time technical journalist Al Colombo. Go to: https://bit.ly/3dqH9b6, call 650-206-2441, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Verdafero offers a Cloud-based, Machine Learning SaaS that will do all the above plus more. Professional Security Integrators can obtain more information by emailing email@example.com, calling 650-206-2441 or visit www.verdafero.com.
About Al Colombo
Al Colombo is a long-time trade journalist and professional in the security and life-safety markets. His work includes more than 40 years in security and life-safety as an installer, salesman, trade journalist, project and operations manager. You can contact Colombo by calling 330-956-9003, email allan@Tpromo.com, or visit www.Tpromo.com
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