New Boundary Offers IIoT Monitoring Solution

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New Boundary Offers IIoT Monitoring Solution

New Boundary Technologies, a provider of Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine applications, has announced the launch of RemoteVista, its IIoT remote-monitoring solution powered by the company’s RemoteAware software. The application can monitor and control a range of indoor and outdoor sensors and equipment from anywhere via a single-pane-of-glass dashboard. With RemoteVista, New Boundary reports, the RemoteAware technology powers OEM solutions for distributors, resellers and systems integrators.

According to the company, RemoteVista offers Web applications for smartphones, tablets, laptops and PCs, with no coding or in-house software engineers required. The solution is designed for customers with hundreds or thousands of assets in agriculture, smart cities, smart energy, oil and gas, manufacturing, environmental monitoring and other applications.

Value-added resellers, distributors, solution providers and systems integrators can utilize RemoteVista’s recurring software-as-a-service subscription model, and scalable solutions can be provided to customers within days. An API offers opportunities to provide value-added services for customer-specific requirements.

Delivering enterprise-class Industrial IoT applications can be a costly and time-consuming process requiring highly skilled software engineers,

said Kim Pearson, New Boundary Technologies’ CEO, in a prepared statement.

Distributors, resellers and systems integrators can now deliver secure solutions at scale in days rather than months. Our channel partners sell their hardware faster and gain new recurring revenue, while delivering quality solutions to their customers quickly at lower cost.

RemoteVista is hardware-, communication- and cloud-independent. The system can be integrated with wireless hardware using NB-IoT, LTE Cat-M and LoRaWAN technologies. Available now, the system has built-in integration with Amazon AWS IoT Core and Microsoft Azure IoT Hub.

Author: Tim Cole
Image Credit: New Boundary

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