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IoT SOLUTIONS DESIGNED FOR SENSOR DATA
AVAILABILITY, ACCESSIBILITY & COMPREHENSIBILITY

 

Sense solves fragmentation and integration problems with an architecture that offers total flexibility to develop a wide range of applications for sensor-equipped assets. Because there are no limits on data sources and scalability, enterprise developers are free to build exactly what they need.

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Sixgill Informs Organizations With A Holistic, Data-Centric Viewpoint

  • PEOPLE

    Know where people are, where they’re moving and what they’re doing to connect and inform them in timely, relevant, valuable ways.

  • PLACES

    Integrate location based sensor data services to gain dynamic context of connected asset location and motion for targeting, messaging and analytics.

  • THINGS

    Collect all physical device and object sensor data, understand what assets are available and their operating state to keep all things, behaviors and actions on track.

  • CONTEXT

    Comprehend sensor data by combining internal or third party contextual data, such as demographics, weather, etc., and seamlessly integrate analytics and visualization tools for deeper, richer understanding and more nuanced actions.

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SENSE FOR PEOPLE

People are at the heart of your business. Whether they’re employees, customers or partners. They are constantly moving, in and out of your facilities, nearby or even far away.

Sixgill Sense provides you the ability to harness this mobility, turning it into a business asset. By understanding the exact location and movement of key people and their proximity to the things that matter to your business, you can unlock valuable insights, communicate with in-the-moment messaging, and predict behavior.

USE CASES FOR PEOPLE

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SENSE FOR PLACES

With years of expertise in delivering sensor asset-based proximity IoT solutions and services, Sixgill offers its built-in Geo IoE Plugin for Sense to customers who want to leverage the power of advanced geofencing and tracking of people, assets and crowds. Included are real-time mobile messaging features that allow for triggered communication to employees, customers and partners based on movement and location.

Easily apply situational location-based rules assignment with Sixgill’s Geo IoE Rules Toolkit for Sense. These specialized rules are easy to use in a familiar “If This Then That” format to create triggers based on mobile device proximity determinations, business logic, and people attributes in any app using the Sense SDK. Highly tuned precision rules utilize complex polygons, imported lat/long data, GPS, cellular network, Wi-Fi, and beacon proximity.

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SENSE FOR THINGS

Today, business assets and equipment are increasingly connected and mobile. Understanding their location and proximity to key people and locations is key to unlocking their effectiveness. Tomorrow, the ability to effectively manage a constellation of connected assets will become critical to being competitive.

With the emergence of asset connectivity due to the Internet of Things revolution, Sixgill simplifies the ability to track, determine, and act on the location and proximity of this key driver of business value.

USE CASES FOR THINGS

SENSE FOR CONTEXT

Sense customers are able to integrate their own, or third-party contextual data, such as demographics, weather and others, with sensor data for richer understanding and more nuanced actions.

 

Sensor data is generally time-series data that is often combined with contextual data for deeper insights. Sense supports flexible integration of a wide variety of customer and third party data sources. It is optimized for ingestion and organization of high-velocity time-series sensor data that established enterprise relational databases are ill suited for when supporting real-time action requirements.