eNlight IoT

Consider Internet of Things (IoT) as an environment where each and every objects that surrounds you like vehicles, flora, fauna, people and others are ‘Things’. IoT is the mechanism that adds Digital Interactivity among these ‘Things’. Sounds crazy, right?

This is exactly what could happen in the near future. IoT can take the Internet to another level where web applications interact with each other, with people and other countless objects in the physical world like instruments, electronic devices, smart devices, telecommunication-enabled devices, homes, transportation, medical devices and so on. And guess what, all will be completely connected via the Internet!

Cloud computing and Internet of Things (IoT) are two different technologies that are already playing an important role in our lives. It is predicted that IoT will accelerate operation of the cloud computing technology, intensively generate predictions about consumer preferences and modify the breadth of facilities that managed service providers provide. The tonnes of GBs of data generated by cities, needs to be stored, processed and accessed, which leads to rapid growth of IoT and this rapid data generation calls for association of technologies and also creates a connection between ‘Things’. Here cloud technology acts as a paradigm for data storage in large amounts and analytics. At the same time IoT is exciting in its own way considering the innovation that can be derived by combining IoT with cloud computing.

Meanwhile IoT enabled by eNlight Cloud has the potential to change the way we interact with our belongings. eNlight IoT is a managed cloud platform that lets connected devices easily and securely interact with cloud applications and other devices. eNlight IoT can support various devices, and can process and route sensor messages to other devices reliably and securely. With eNlight IoT, one’s applications can monitor and communicate with all the devices, all the time. eNlight IoT makes it easy to use Node RED to build IoT applications that collect, process, analyze, visualize and act on data generated by connected devices, without having to manage any infrastructure.eNlight IoT blog image

Feature of eNlight IoT:

Device Connection Management:

eNlight IoT allows you to easily connect devices to the cloud and to other devices. You can actually make your ‘things’ talk to you using eNlight IoT. Connecting your devices and interacting with them was never so easy before!

Secure device connection, data transfer & access control

eNlight IoT provides authentication, access control and end-to-end encryption throughout all points of connection, so that data is never exchanged between devices and eNlight IoT without proven identity

Real-Time Data Management

With eNlight IoT, you can collect, filter, transform and trigger device data on the fly, based on business rules you define. You can update your rules to implement new device and application features at any time. eNlight IoT makes it easy to use Node RED services for your device data. You can easily set real-time triggers and notifications on your device data on the fly.

Rich Analytics & Insights

With eNlight IoT, you can collect, analyze and visualize device data on our Dashboard. It makes it easy to use Node RED services for your device data to send data to various analytical tools and do real-time analysis of your device data.

The ideal eNlight IoT Use Case:

Cloud computing and IoT combination will now enable monitoring utility and speed powerful processing of sensory data streams. For instance, data generated by smart devices can now be uploaded and stored on the eNlight enabled cloud, later on it can be used brilliantly for monitoring, analysis, generating insights and also for communication with other smart equipment. So the goal is to transform data to knowledgeable insights and be highly productive, and generate cost-effective action from those insights.

Ultimately eNlight IoT serves effectively as the most intelligent suite that improves decision-making and optimizes internet-based communication.

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