Now Speak the Language of Things with the WirelessThings Keyfob.
Nottingham based Internet of Things (IoT) manufacturer WirelessThings, today announced the launch of The Wireless Keyfob, which comes in 1-5 button varieties.
You can program these key fobs to do almost anything – from turning on a relay to a light switch, or opening your garage door. Like all WirelessThings devices these have been built to last over a decade on a single battery.
Whether you are wanting to monitor the environment around you, or control objects with WirelessThings radios attached, you can now do it all at the touch of a button.
Customers suggested examples include:
- Agriculture - Remotely control garden sprinklers
- Security – Monitor and interact with contact sensors on garden gates, doors and windows
- Energy – remotely turn on/off appliances through the use of smart plugs
- Care and support - using the keyfob as a means for someone vulnerable in need of assistance to alert someone
The Language of Things is an open, licence-free and standardised way to interact with IoT devices. One of Its' features is making interacting with devices as simple as sending a text message or Tweet, opening the IoT up to a wider range of people, with varying levels of skills and knowledge.
The keyfob links seamlessly into the 365Agile business platform to provide automated alerts, when buttons are pressed. This can allow organisations to reshape their response process for care and support, and also trigger requests for repairs & maintenance, thus reducing operational costs whilst improving customer service.
365 Agile will be demonstrating their solutions at the forthcoming ‘Future of Digital Housing’ event at the Etihad stadium on 22nd Oct details here: http://blogs.salford.ac.uk/onecpd/2015/09/14/the-future-of-digital-housing-conference-agile-365-insight/
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