eNlight IoT 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, your applications can keep track of and communicate with all your devices, all the time, even when they aren’t connected. 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 allows you to easily connect devices to the cloud and to other devices. eNlight IoT supports REST(HTTP/S) and MQTT protocols. It is best suited for IoT and M2M communication because of its small code footprint, lower bandwidth requirements and lower power consumption on device. You can actually make your thing talk to you using eNlight IoT. Connecting your devices and interacting with them was never so easy.Example: Connect devices with MQTT Protocol
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. In addition, you can secure access to your devices and data by applying access tokens and device tokens.Example: Authentication of connection between devices, sensors and eNlight IoT Platform
With eNlight IoT, you can collect, filter, transform, and trigger upon 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.Example: Send SMS, Email when threshold values crosses
With eNlight IoT, you can collect, analyze and visualize device data on our Dashboard. You can visualize data with various graphs and widgets. eNlight IoT makes it easy to use Node RED services for your device data to send data to various analytics tools and do real-time analysis of your device data.Example: Receive all the updates regarding your car Kms, battery status, fuel, etc.
MQTT or Message Queuing Telemetry Transport is publish-subscribe based lightweight messaging protocol for use on top of the TCP/IP protocol. Device id and User id/API Key is used for publish and subscribe data to and from device to eNlight IoT. Geographically distributed brokers are there for publish/subscribe data.
Restful API is based on HTTP/S protocol. GET, POST, DELETE and PUT methods are used for read, write, delete and update respectively. API Keys are used for user and device authentication to exchange data.
eNlight IoT environment monitoring devices detect changes in temperature, humidity, smoke & motion or the presence of water in data centers & remote sites–keeping an eye on your IT infrastructure’s physical environment.
eNlight IoT is the perfect solution for your vehicles it detects fuel status, battery condition, Location and many more. With this solution the owner of the car becomes free minded while driving a car.
The internet of things has numerous applications in healthcare, from remote monitoring to smart sensors and medical device integration. It has the potential to not only keep patients safe and healthy, but to improve how physicians deliver care as well. Healthcare IoT can also boost patient engagement and satisfaction by allowing patients to spend more time interacting with their doctors.
To accommodate new demand on cities, municipalities around the globe are turning to the Internet of Things to enhance their services, reduce costs, and improve communication and interaction. Smart homes enable owners to customize and control their home/cities environments for increased security and efficient energy management.
eNlight IoT enables companies to collect, aggregate, and analyze data from sensors to maximize the efficiency of machines and the throughput of an entire operation. Applications include motion control, machine-to-machine, predictive maintenance, smart energy and smart grid, big data analytics, and smart and connected medical systems.
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, your applications can keep track of and communicate with all your devices, all the time, even when they aren’t connected. 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.What does eNlight IoT offer?
Connectivity between IoT devices and the cloud. With eNlight IoT you can communicate with connected devices securely, with low latency and with low overhead. The communication can scale to as many devices as you want. The eNlight IoT service supports standard communication protocols (HTTP, MQTT are supported currently). Communication is secured using TLS.
Processing data sent from connected devices. With IoT you can continuously ingest, filter, transform, and route the data streamed from connected devices. You can take actions based on the data and route it for further processing and analytics.
Application interaction with connected devices. Finally, the eNlight IoT service accelerates IoT application development. It serves as an easy to use interface for applications running in the cloud and on mobile devices to access data sent from connected devices, and send data and commands back to the devices.
1: Secure device management
2: Secure data transfer and access
3: Real-time data management
4: Data visualization and analytics
5: API Console service for ease of use of API integration.
6: NodeRED service for flow based programming.
For data collection from devices, eNlight IoT uses HTTP API’s and MQTT. MQTT brokers are available in geographically distributed locations to collect data.Does eNlight IoT Cloud Service require other eNlight Public Cloud Services as pre-requisites?
No, eNlight Internet of Things works independently of other eNlight PaaS and SaaS solutions, but can leverage and work with them to enable your solution. However, eNlight IoT is built upon eNlight Cloud.What about security in eNlight IoT?
All device and data related operations are authorized by access keys and all messaging encrypted using HTTPS. MQTT broker also having secure and authorization method for sending data to and from device to cloud. Combining these capabilities with the underlying security capabilities of the eNlight Cloud delivers on prioritization of security for IoT.What can I develop with eNlight IoT?
The eNlight IoT RESTful API allow you to quickly develop connected products and solutions and extract realtime data which can be analyzed and utilized to make decisions.What is MQTT?
MQTT is a lightweight pub/sub protocol, designed to minimize network bandwidth and device resource requirements. MQTT also supports secure communication using TLS. MQTT is often used in IoT use cases. MQTT v3.1.1 is an OASIS standard.What is a Datastream?
A set of times series data of a specific measurement type (i.e. humidity, temperature) from a specific Device.How do I get started with eNlight Internet of Things Cloud Service?
You can learn more about eNlight IoT by visiting esds.co.in/iot where you will find videos, solution briefs, whitepapers to introduce you to the service.What communication and authentication protocols does eNlight IoT support?
The eNlight IoT service supports standard communication protocols (HTTP, MQTT are supported currently). Communication is secured using TLS.Can devices that are NOT directly connected to the Internet access eNlight IoT?
Devices that are not directly connected to internet can access eNlight IoT service using gateways.Who owns my data?
You own your data and are in control of who has access to your data at a granular level.