IoT2cell Server

IoT cloud applications and public facing apps communicate with the IoT2cell server to request its services. Using a flexible "connector" architecture it aggregates information from various sources and presents it as "augmented" information to the end users on their mobile platforms. It also sports one of the most powerful location based services engines anywhere.


IoT2cell App

Its object oriented map based user interface is ideally suited for the highly mobile IoT environment. Augmented information from multiple sources is seamlessly integrated into a single environment.

An applet based UI provides unlimited extensibility and ease of use.


How IoT2cell Fits in the IoT Ecosystem


(AWS, Azure,
Watson, etc.)


Incident information


Incident, alerts & augmented info


Role based groups
w/ cell phones

Typically, your cloud IoT application communicates with the IoT2cell server through simple messaging. When IoT2cell receives these messages, such as predictions, it translates them into tasks and distributes to the appropriate fulfillers. The augmented information needed to fulfill those tasks are also provided.

Public Facing Apps

The public can play a crucial role in certain IoT solutions. The public facing apps provide bidirectional collaboration capabilities between the public and your organization. Electric utilities, public works and many smart city applications can benefit. The COP App deployed in the Miami-Dade County is a good example. The county citizens can report crimes and other resources anonymously to their police department.

Manual Reporting

IoT2cell can be a fully self-contained system even without IoTs. No matter how pervasive the IoTs are, they cannot detect everything. For these situations the IoT2cell app contains a manual reporting feature. If there is no IoT to detect a pump failure, the operator can manually schedule the task to fix it. Just tap on the pump icon on the map and select the task to "Fix." IoT2cell will make sure a mechanic will show up.

Mobilizing your workforce even without IoTs has enormous benefits. Take the case of a pipeline. When a worker sees a leak, they would use IoT2cell to report the problem, which initiates the response to it. The organization benefits from the improved response capabilities that mobilization offers.

As segments of the pipeline are "iotized," they can be seamlessly integrated into the system and correspondingly reduce the cost and need for manual monitoring and intervention.


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