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IoT-Ticket in brief
  • Remote monitoring and control of assets
  • Modern, easy to use, web-based UI
  • Powerful report creation and analytics
  • Big-data enabled and inbuilt security
Complete solution
IoT-Ticket is a complete remote management system that includes the electronics, software and server.
Easy to start
You can use the platform as a service (SaaS or PaaS) or deploy it on your servers.
Up-to-date
IoT-Ticket is under constant development with new features and options.
Customizable
IoT-Ticket can be customized to meet your unique needs, even the look can be made to match your corporate brand identity.
Usage examples
  • Regulatory reporting
  • Supervisory monitoring and control
  • Operational efficiency and KPI tracking
  • Condition monitoring
Flexible
Use the whole IoT-Ticket platform or part of it. Use IoT-Ticket electronics or other electronics.
Integrated
IoT-Ticket can be integrated to your other information system.
Reliable
IoT-Ticket is developed by Wapice – a reliable partner of industrial companies.
Easy to use
You only need an internet browser to use the IoT-Ticket platform.
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Overview of monitoring & control capabilities of the IoT-Ticket platform

Overview

The IoT-Ticket Dashboard is a modern, web-based and user-friendly interface for end-users. An user can interact securely with remote devices, check their status, view reports or get status updates on the current operational performance. Furthermore, powerful content creation tools are available.

The Dashboard can be utilized in various scenarios – e.g. vehicle tracking, real time plant or machinery monitoring and control. As many Dashboard Pages are available the user can switch between different contexts and drill into information starting from enterprise level to sites, assets and data nodes.

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Interface Designer

The powerful and web-based Interface Designer integrates seamlessly into the Dashboard and offers a user the possibility to create or modify content. The user can draw new elements or add images, gauges, charts, tables, Sankey diagrams, buttons and many other elements onto the Dashboard. Those elements can then be easily connected to data by dragging and dropping Data Tags onto them.

Drag & drop UI creation User interface scaling Data tag & properties view
Drag & drop data tagging Data update control Various charts
Labels Textbox and rich-text area Dialogs
Table Tabs Accordion
Drawing elements (line, circle, rectangle) Angular gauges (full, half) Linear gauges (vertical, horizontal)
Normal & toggle button Camera Checkbox
Dropdownbox Datepicker External content (embedded sites)
Map Slider Images
State indicator Sankey diagram Progress indicator
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Dataflow Editor

The easy to use Dataflow Editor is an IEC 61131-3 inspired, web-based, graphical block programming editor that seamlessly integrates to the Interface Designer. A user can design the dataflow by connecting function blocks to implement complex logic operations which then can be used to execute control actions or routed to user interface elements for monitoring purposes.

Web-based data-flow editing (event and signal propagation) Data tags, toolbox and properties view Drag & drop block positioning
Connection of flow to user interface elements Import & export of desktop content Absolute value block
Average block Count block Counter block
Division block Exponentiation block Logarithm block
Math expression block Maximum block Minimum block
Nth root block Number sequence block Square root block
Subtraction block Sum block Time block
Constant block Simulate block (random, sine, square, triangle, saw-tooth) Timers
Navigation blocks Current view block Server status block
Logic (and, or, bit check, if-then-else, ordered execution, triggered value) Automatic layouting

Overview

Create reports the way same you would do with your favorite word processing application. The only differences are that IoT-Ticket Reports can be created from within your web browser and that content can be both flexible (utilizing your collected data) and fixed (e.g. stating terms and conditions).

  • Installed base reports
  • Condition reports
  • Fault reports
  • Performance reports
  • Maintenance reports, and more..

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Report Editor

Report Editor integrates seamlessly into the Dashboard and offers a user the possibility to create or modify content. The user can draw new elements or add image, gauges, charts, tables, Sankey diagrams, buttons and many other elements onto the report. Those elements can then be easily connected to data by dragging and dropping Data Tags onto them.

Drag & drop UI creation User interface scaling Data tag & properties view
Drag & drop data tagging Data update control Various charts
Labels Textbox and rich-text area Dialogs
Table Tabs Accordion
Drawing elements (line, circle, rectangle) Angular gauges (full, half) Linear gauges (vertical, horizontal)
Normal & toggle button Camera Checkbox
Dropdownbox Datepicker External content (embedded sites)
Map Slider Images
State indicator Sankey diagram Progress indicator

Overview

IoT-Ticket easily integrates to existing ecosystems, either using electronics which act as a data gateway to the IoT-Ticket Big-Data server or through software powered with the IoT API.

Additionally, the following sensor support is available:

Accelometer (Digital, triaxal, 16 bit, ±2g/±4g/±6g/±8g/±16g) GPS Temperature
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WRM 247+

WRM 247+ is a robust device for remote management, measurement and control. The device can be used independently or as a part of Internet of Things platform. Designed by Wapice, it has complete customization opportunities.

WRM 247+ is designed to meet the requirements of industrial conditions. Wapice also provides complete software development services for the target system.

  • GPS, GPRS, Ethernet, Wi-Fi
  • Real-time device and sensor access
  • Real-time diagnostics
  • Events & Alarms
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Modules

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Acceleration
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CAN Data
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CAN Open
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ModBus Server
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One-wire
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ISO11783 Monitor
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Modbus
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Modbus TCP
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Time
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OBD
  WRM 247+ Datasheet

 Tailored IoT-device development

We offer you the possibility to get tailored Internet of Things hardware or embedded software that fully suit your needs. We have long experience in designing machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions including PCB layout, embedded software design and protocol implementation. We offer turnkey solution or additional workforce to support your project. Below are some examples of technologies we have used in the projects:

Programming
  • Languages such as C/C++, Java ME, assembler
  • Software testing
Microprocessor systems
Processor architectures, experience in the most common 8-64-bit processors (e.g. ARM, PowerPC, X86, PIC, AVR)
Electronic design (PCB)
  • PADS, PCB layout and production
  • General and EMC testing
Operating systems
Embedded Linux, RTLinux, RTOS systems
Communication technologies
  • Fieldbuses (CAN, CANopen, TCP/IP, DeviceNET, PROFIBUS, Modbus)
  • Wireless communication technologies (GPRS, GSM, SMS, Bluetooth, WLAN, Zigbee)
  • Wired communication technologies (FTP, HTTP, HTTPS)

Overview

Analytics supports you in understanding your data better. You can provide advisories and expert analysis to your customers which is based on data collected over a long period of time. The web-based and easy to use Analytics package seamlessly integrates to the Dashboard. Simply drag and drop your data tags of interest to the series fields and you can execute your big data queries.


How our users typically get started

Typically our users start with a correlation analysis (Pearson correlation, histograms, scatter plots) of their data to gain an understanding which data tags affect each other and which ones are important to monitor. After that one can dig into further analysis like map, scatter, line, bar plots. Analytics also supports automatic abnormal value detection by using state of the art curve fitting algorithms (e.g. non-parametric regression): Here a curve is automatically fitted to the available data that is within a 95% confidence; in case points are far away from the curve the user gets a visual notification. This is e.g. a great tool in detecting dangerous situation when driving a truck or to detect abnormal behavior in automation systems.


Unleash your data scientist with R

If the easy to use, web-based IoT Analytics Designer is not enough and you want to crunch data in whatever way you want, we have one more thing to keep you going: The IoT-Ticket R interface to the Big-Data cluster. R is a statistical computing language that has a broad variety of analysis capabilities. Furthermore it is possible to extend R with over 6000 user-created packages (CRAN packages), which allow specialized statistical techniques, graphical devices, import/export capabilities, reporting tools, etc. This way you can be the true master of your data.