Store your own measurement data centrally and access it safely worldwide
Sep 21 2018 Read 296 Times
People who want to track pressure measurements such as fill levels or monitor limit values conveniently from a distance now do it with the KOLIBRI Cloud. KELLER AG für Druckmesstechnik offers customers a state of the art cloud solution without recurring costs.
Setting up and maintaining software, databases and servers is time-consuming and requires specialised knowledge. Either, you implement your own connections to your sensors or use given systems, which are limited to computers with only one access. In this age of digitisation, users want to access their data anytime and from anywhere.
With the personal login and SSL encryption, the KOLIBRI Cloud enables secure and convenient access to measured data. Available data is used without installation, maintenance and management of databases, FTP or e-mail servers are no longer a problem. Measurements can be graphically displayed in real time and the export function allows you to download to Excel and CSV formats. The integrated alarm system ensures the
effortless monitoring of all measuring points, e.g. if the water level is high or the battery level is low, a warning message will be sent by e-mail.
Of course, all aspects of security are considered: the state-of-the-art authentication and encryption are based on best practices and standards.
The KOLIBRI Cloud API allows custom software to retrieve metrics via HTTPS in a standardized JSON format. In this way, the measurement data can be forwarded to your own systems, visualized or processed further on your own display software. Open source software and documentation also help you to build your own cloud solutions – based on the mechanisms of the KOLIBRI cloud.
The cloud is compatible with all KELLER IoT devices: GSM and ARC series as well new remote data transmission units based on IoT protocols such as LoRa. Convince yourself of the possibilities of the KOLIBRI Cloud with a free trial account at www.kolibricloud.com.
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