IoT GDM capabilities shown by India’s Winjit in Barcelona

Winjit, a technology solutions provider with more than 10 years of experience, is demonstrating its Internet of Things (IoT) Gateway at Mobile World Congress which opens on February 22 in Barcelona, Spain.

The IoT Gateway facilitates deployment and management of smart and secure IoT Solutions connected through the cloud and reportedly offers the flexibility to innovate and transform business at an economical cost across multiple operating systems and protocols.

Abhijit Junagade, co-founder, Winjit Technologies
Abhijit Junagade, co-founder, Winjit Technologies

Mr. Abhijit Junagade, co-founder, Winjit Technologies said, ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­“We are extremely excited, as the Winjit team travels to Barcelona this week to participate in the Mobile World Congress. Winjit gears up to showcase the disruptive capabilities of the IoT Gateway. Possibilities to expand horizons with the new data sources available can redefine the boundaries of the existing systems. With advance mobility possibilities various industry verticals could get transformed.”

Equipped with Intelligent analytics, the gateway seamlessly manages the lifecycle of an IoT deployment. Provisions to connect to a legacy system enables IoT infrastructure, networks, embedded systems and third party apps, thus helping businesses transform.

Winjit IoT GDM (Gateway Device Management) provides visualisation, monitoring and control through tools that are easy to handle and can be easily integrated into the exiting systems. It smoothens the interaction between smart application and services. It incorporates security and privacy on every level with an unexposed OS. Some of the key feautures of the IOT Gateway are:-

  • A lightweight OS based on Arch Linux
  • Open source API’s Access
  • Interactive Dashboard & Local Analytics
  • Live Data Stream to Cloud
  • Scheduled Data Stream to Cloud
  • Actionable Triggers & Notifications
  • Offline Data Storage
  • Optimised Data Sync

The robust connectivity features include:-

  • Sensors to Gateway facilitated through

    • WiFi
    • ZigBee
    • BLE
    • LoRa*
  • Gateway to Cloud

    • HTTP/S
  • Protocol Support

    • REST
    • MQTT
    • SOAP

Catering to a plethora of Industrial Verticals like Industrial Enterprises, Manufacturing, Energy & Mining, Winjit has been facilitating Parking & Traffic solutions for smart cities through Embedded wireless Sensors which gather data and send to the cloud via Winjit IoT Gateway, the information then can be made available to the application through APIs. The information can range from traffic jam zone alert, probable delay before the trip, parking fees information etc. This helps the driver reroute the car to an open parking spot there buy eliminating his hunting time. This context-aware intelligence can hence enhance effortless functioning of a smart city.

Meet the Winjit team at Hall 8.0 Stand D40

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