Sonicu wireless monitoring solutions are easy to install, understand and use because of three elements: cloud-based computing using a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform to track, log and report data from wireless monitors.
Despite its mystic quality, The Cloud is simply a metaphor for the internet, and you employ cloud computing every time you check an internet-based email provider like Gmail or Yahoo.
Sonicu’s SoniCloud software platform is accessed via the internet on Amazon Web Services, a cloud-computing provider that serves more than a million customers monthly in 190 countries. AWS is currently used by some 5,000 educational institutions and nearly 2,000 government agencies, including NASA, Netflix, the CIA and Department of Defense.
Why Cloud computing?
Sonicu’s on-demand software, SoniCloud, is easily accessed via any modern web browser. SoniCloud provides clients with automated monitoring, alarming, logging and reporting functions, which are developed, maintained and updated by Sonicu. Other than sensors and a SoniCloud subscription, there is nothing to purchase or install.
Sonicu’s wireless sensors do not require hardwiring and easily mount virtually anywhere – on equipment, walls, and ceilings – without complicated hardware or added burden on existing IT infrastructure and resources.Sensor data is automatically transmitted either independently of clients’ networks via 4G cellular radios or using clients’ existing WiFi or Ethernet connections.