Professional expertise

Ensure the remote and automated collection and analysis of data from your source equipment:

  • Remote supervision: data collection; initialization of internal parameters.
  • Remote preventive and curative maintenance: remote diagnosis; troubleshooting aid; alert feedback; and more.
  • Remote surveillance: notification of alarms via email or SMS; life signal and more.

Webdyn’s M2M solutions integrate:

  • A modular hardware and software architecture that can be readily interfaced with all equipment
  • Bidirectional communication between machines and the information system
  • Endpoint openness and concentrators of the most advanced technologies
  • Telecommunications networks that can use mobile links (2G, 3G, 4G), wireless (radio, RFID, WiFi) or hard-wired infrastructures (PLC, ADSL, STN)

THE CONCENTRATORS

Solutions Webdyn of M2M data collection

Webdyn’s gateways enable :

1. DATA ACQUISITION
Data collection from networks of sensors, industrial or residential equipment via wireless or hard-wired technologies. The concentrator carries the physical interface and the standard or proprietary protocol.

2. INFORMATION PROCESSING
Data management, formatting, conversion and handling of fail-safe modes to guarantee local operating autonomy and optimum performance.

3. DATA TRANSMISSION
The data are transferred to the company information system via fixed telecommunication networks (STN, Ethernet, PLC), or mobile (2G, 3G, 4G).

RADIO FREQUENCY SENSORS

Radio sensors of temperature, hygrometry, index meter collection

The radio emitters in the Sens’RF range allow the transmission of data to an RF data concentrator over the 169 MHz or 868 MHz bands. Supporting radio frequency protocols such as Wireless M-Bus, LoRa or Sigfox, these endpoints can communicate with most equipment items and are natively designed for large-scale deployment.

They integrate an innovative, high-performance and customizable data retrieval mechanism.

The very low consumption of the modules means that a service life of 10 years can be envisaged.