How To Monitor Your Sensors with

1. Sensor hubs from send your remote monitoring information to via any internet connectivity, like GSM mobile cell networks, Ethernet,  or WiFi.

2. Link your Industrial IoT sensor hardware to like you see in the video above or the text description below.

On you and your team can map (2D & 3D), graph, analyze, export, alert, download, geofence, and forward your geotagged sensor data in real-time to your business intelligence / analytics systems using our APIs.

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Whether you need to monitor water, air quality, bridges, hydraulics, fleet vehicles with industrial equipment, machinery, trucks, trailers, flood monitoring systems, or anything else, we’re happy to help your organization monitor anything, anywhere.

Have a look at our Customer Stories page for more examples of how is used by various industries to monitor things like:

Since is an open platform, your organization can remotely monitor sensors made by any hardware manufacturer around the world, like:

How can you, your teams, and your organization improve operations and benefit from effective Industrial IoT applications? Use custom Web Dashboards to remotely monitor your sensor systems from any of your devices, like phones or tablets.

We’re happy to help your organization deploy your most effective remote monitoring systems for your specific needs.

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Step by step text-based tutorial guide on connecting your Yoctopuce sensor hubs to

Connect your sensor hubs and sensors to your computer for 1-time, initial configuration and linking with

Log in to your account.

Go to your Device Manager page.

Click Create New Device. Choose Yoctopuce as your type. Enter a name for your Industrial IoT Sensor Device / Sensor Hub. Click Save.

Click Inbound API under Configure on your Device Details Page.

Right click and Copy your Routing Code to your computer’s clip board.

Connect to your Yoctopuce virtualhub software (downloadable here) by going to localhost:4444 in your favorite web browser like Chrome. IMPORTANT: Configure your internet connectivity if needed. Your Ethernet sensor hubs will likely configure and work automatically with DHCP. Your WiFi sensor hubs will need to be configured and connected to your WiFi network. Your GSM sensor hubs may work automatically or you’ll have to configure your APN according to your mobile cell network provider, like AT&T, Ting, or T-Mobile in the states.

In virtualhub, under callback configuration, select callback. Paste in your device’s Routing Code from the earlier step on Click Ok. Now your remote monitoring hardware is linked up to and will automatically work when plugged into any power supply

Map your sensors to the columns / fields you want on Go to Configure Yocto Hub under Configure Hardware for your Industrial IoT device.

If your sensors are plugged into your sensor hubs, you’ll see them under Last Reported Sensors. Click the add button and choose which field / column you want to map each sensor to.

Click the blue + button to save and add each sensor you’ve mapped.

Now refresh your Device Details page and you’ll see your sensor data mapped to your columns and fields. You can change the sensor hub report intervals under Configure Yocto Hub settings.

Now all of your Industrial IoT Sensor information is available all throughout, like on graphs and 3D earth globe mapping visualizations.

Your remotely monitored IoT sensors are geo-aware! You can use 2D and 3D maps on to see your sensor information. Your sensor data is automatically GPS-tagged when you’ve got Yoctopuce GPS sensors connected to each of your sensor hubs.

That’s it!

If you’re quick with your mouse and keyboard you’ll be using to remotely monitor Industrial IoT sensors in less than 4 minutes! Whether you need to monitor water, air quality / pollution, flood warnings, or anything else, we’re here and ready to help you with your remote monitoring needs.


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